Hearing aids have helped people struggling with hearing loss for a long time. The simple technology of sound amplification has greatly improved over the ears and today hearing aids change lives for thousands of people. In recent years hearing aids have been changing roles, and today they are not just for the hearing impaired, but for outdoors men and hunters as well.
SportEAR Hearing Aids
SportEAR Hearing Aids are designed specifically for hunters. Hunters keenly rely on their hearing for a successful hunting trip, and many times the secret to their success is that they were able to quietly listen to their target coming long before they saw him. A hunter’s trained ear hears a rustling in the brush, heavy breathing, chewing, growling, sniffing, splashing, snapping twigs, startled birds, or heavy footsteps and is able to know exactly where it is coming from, even if the animal cannot be seen yet. It is this trained ear that separates a professional hunter from the amateur. The SportEAR hearing aid is the industry's first and finest micro-miniature, deep-in-the-canal 100% digital sport hearing device on the market today. These hearing aids are designed to enhance the hunter’s already keen hearing while protecting them from the damaging noise of muzzle blast percussion.
Sport Hearing Aid Advantage
The advantage of hearing aids in the sport of hunting is fairly obvious, the better a hunter can hear, the more likely he is to have a successful hunting trip. When a hunter uses hearing aids that enhance their ability to hear, he can enhance his ability to hear by eight times! This makes himeight times more alert of the animals surrounding him, and eight times more likely to have a successful hunt. With SportEAR Hearing Aids a hunter gives himself the hearing advantage over his prey, something that nature did differently.
SportEAR Hearing Aids Protection
It's a cold, hard fact—gunfire is harmful to your hearing. Sounds louder than 90 decibels, over a period of time, can damage your hearing. Normal conversation registers in the range of 45-60 decibels. The average gun blast can range in excess of 140 decibels, close to the noise level of a jet engine. With so much riding on their hearing ability, it is important that hunters do everything in their power to protect their hearing. When properly fitted, earplugs can significantly reduce loud noises and prevent hearing damage, but earplugs also limit a hunter’s ability to rely on their important sense of hearing. That is why SportEAR Hearing Aids have been designed to not only amplify the quiet sounds of wildlife, but also muffle noises louder than 90 decibels. It is SportEAR’s ability to both amplify and compress sounds that makes it the perfect choice for hunters and avid outdoors men alike. With sport hearing aids hunters get the best of both worlds. They can amplify their hearing ability to give them the advantage over the wildlife they hunt, and they can protect their ears from the damaging noise of a muzzle blast at the same time.
From VP of Sales