I have a friend who is curious how much a small CIC custom hearing aid would cost that only has the telecoil in it, like the one that the Administrator mentioned using as a pair for his Artone neckloop.
I have to know your exact requirement and content in the CIC. It looks like you only want monitor t-coil in the CIC with a receiver. Is that correct?
Pretty much. Just the bare minimum to get something like the Artone neckloop to work for someone who does not have hearing loss.
A small T-coil only CIC with manual volume control should be around $195 with replaceable and varying size eartips to match his/her ear.
I’m interested in the same thing - where could we buy one of these CIC devices?
How many of our forum users would be interested in purchasing a telecoil only CIC with a manual volume control for under $200?
If there is enough interest, I can have them made. I already have a prototype that I use with my Artone Bluetooth neckloop (I don’t have hearing loss) and works very well, without having a huge bluetooth headset hanging out of my ear.
Im in for one!
Michael K. from Denmark.
I bet my dad would like one, he loves stuff like this and is jealous of me for having it already
If you did make it available, you could market the neckloop and the CIC together as a package thing. I think people who were non hearing challenged would be more apt to buying these two products together if it was not marketed as a hearing aid + accessory, and just the worlds smallest bluetooth head set ^^
this product could make sense for the people who work in TV
so you could have for instance a wired tele loop and the
guy reading the news listening to the direccions…
this could be easily marketable to this target group
I could see actors using this to remember their lines…