AMSTERDAM, February 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- ExSilent was first to introduce the smallest hearing aid in the world that is invisible, digital and modular. Now, developers from ExSilent have designed the first-ever hearing aid with AirTAP functionality, the Qleaf Pro. This functionality makes it much easier for hearing aid users to switch discreetly between listening programs. When the device is in the ear, switching to another program is realized by gently tapping on the ear, rendering the need for a button or switch on the device obsolete.
The Qleaf Pro has four different custom-made listening programs. One can, for example, adjust the device for going to the theater, watching television, going to parties and for conversations in noisy areas like restaurants or cars.
The Qleaf range of next-generation hearing aids is powerful, invisible, and provides a natural sound by preserving the directivity of the ear. Because the Qleaf Pro is placed deeply into the ear, it rules out the risk of internal feedback and wind noise, allowing fashionably aware clients to feel comfortable with their hearing solution. The modular concept eliminates the need for ear impressions. The Qleaf Pro will be available at the beginning of February 2011 and can be bought from specialized hearing aid shops and audiology clinics.
ExSilent began developing hearing aid solutions in 2005 and launched the world's smallest digital modular CIC with the most advanced technology ever produced in the hearing aid industry. Today, as more and more young people become hearing impaired, ExSilent considers their needs in the designs and offers a whole range of modern hearing solutions and audio applications. For more information about ExSilent and the products, please visit http://www.exsilent.com.
ExSilent is a young and independent hearing aid manufacturer, focused on next generation hearing aids and audio applications. The aim of ExSilent is to help solve some of the notorious problems of hearing aids.. ExSilent works together with strategic partners in the hearing aid industry, the Academic world en numerous specialists worldwide.