Frequently
Asked
Questions

Q: Do I need a rechargeable hearing amplifier?
A: [When you find hearing aid batteries are too tiny be seen, difficult to handle with relatively larger hand, the battery door of your regular battery operated hearing amplifier is too flimsy to flip open, often get battery stuck in the battery chamber when replacing batteries, your hearing amplifier abruptly stop during the day as you had forgotten to replace battery with new ones, or feel tired of keep changing batteries to let your device running, then it is time you should seriously consider getting a rechargeable hearing amplifier.
The Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier eliminates the requirement of frequently replacing batteries, designed to effectively address those issues for you.]


Q: Is there any thing wrong with regular battery operated hearing amplifiers?
A: [No, there certainly nothing wrong with those regular battery operated hearing amplifiers, in fact they are excellent devices; the drawback though - time to time battery replacement is necessary to keep these devices working.]


Q: Do I need to replace battery again for my
Infini Ear® rechargeable hearing amplifier?

A: [No, you do not need to replace any battery to keep the Infini Ear® rechargeable hearing amplifier running, just place the device into the charging cradle of the charger to recharge when power getting low; nor any needs to recharge the rechargeable battery by removing it from the device.]


Q: How long will the Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier battery last on charged up?
A: [The Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier when fully charged operates for 10 continuous hours. As the Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier is an inexpensive device, the trade-off between efficiency and cost is shorter battery run-time, comparing to those sophisticated devices that usually offer 5 days to 1 week battery capacity.]


Q: What if the Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier not holding a charge?
A: [If you noticed the battery power of your Infini Ear® Rechargeable ITE ear sound amplifier getting low faster than usual even though been fully charged, which means your device is not holding a charge. First of all, you should stop charging up the device; you must keep using the device till the battery is discharged (drained), then charge up the device over-night to put the battery back to normal charge condition.]