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5G Hearing Device
Noise Cancelled by 90%
Speech Clarity Even in Noisy Environments
Listen to the difference!
High clarity & distinctive sound after noise reduction by EasyHear’s 5G award winning technology
The University of Hong Kong clinical study on 5G hearing device:
95% users with improved audibility
Overall audibility improved
Easier phone conversation
Clearer than previously used models
According to the clinical study with “beamforming” technology for elderly adults by Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences of the University of Hong Kong released on January 2019 by Professor Bradley McPherson, 95% users experienced improved audibility and communication. This study was published on leading science journal (International Journal of Otolaryngology, Volume 2018) 。
SpeechPlus - Styles & Models
SpeechPlus - Speech Enjoyment in Complicated Environments
In noisy restaurant
In group meeting
Riding a car
Long distance listening in lecture or place of worship
Speeches from side or back
EasyHear Founder & Chief Engineer Mr. Danny Cheung has over 20 years electronics, computer science, engineering R&D experience. EasyHear Canada – Hong Kong R&D team comprises of experienced electronic engineers, audiologists and other professionals. Over 14 years, the team has persistently reinvented new hearing device technologies. The first masterpiece and new generation of hearing device was released in 2012 – the world’s first hearing device powered by revolutionary 5G beamforming technology. This proprietary has won “ICT Olympics” – WITSA prestigious top award – The Chairman Award. EasyHear hearing devices are all powered by 5G beamforming, offering superb quality and value-for-money hi-tech hearing effects, improving quality of life for elderly and hard of hearing.
Elderly Care & Hearing
Dr. Joanie Yu - Audiologist
Hearing loss is a common health problem related to aging which is often being neglected by the public. Elderly’s hearing loss is not only about losing grasp of sound but will affect psychological health. Slow down your speech when talking to elderly and hard of hearing. Draw the person’s attention before start talking. Nowadays, there are many ways to help audibility. About 90% of hard of hearing would need hearing devices to improve audibility. Dr. Yu calls for public’s attention on elderly hearing problem and to take positive steps.
Dannie's personal sharing
University Music Faculty Student
Started with special education, Dannie then studied in mainstream secondary school. Now he is studying music in university. He finds himself very lucky because he started wearing hearing device at 4 and he did not resist it like many of his peers or relatives did.
Dannie has tried different types of hearing devices. The new generation of hearing device is powered by 5G noise reduction technology with Bluetooth connection, facilitating daily life. Even from a distance, Dannie could now listen to speech easily. Hearing device is now part of Dannie. He can enjoy lovely sounds and listen to every word. Thanks to the technology. Dannie is now leading a vigorous life.