earmold

ear·mold

(ēr'mōld)
Any of various types of fittings, usually made of plastic, designed to fit in the auricle of the ear and conduct amplified sound from a hearing aid to the ear canal.
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Both the microphone and receiver of the headset are incorporated into an earmold, allowing it to accommodate the facemask of a self-contained breathing apparatus, he said.
A little soft piece called the earmold would fit inside my ears.
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids are worn behind the ear and are connected to a plastic earmold that fits inside the outer ear.
A cord connecting the receiver snaps into the earmold.
0 extends this efficiency and accuracy even further, with an open platform for use with outside earmold laboratories and other manufacturers.
Microsonic is widely recognized as one of the world's leading full service earmold laboratories.
In addition, it can be used with the designed tubing or worn with a traditional, customized earmold.
With behind-the-ear hearing aids, only the earmold needs to be replaced as a child grows.
Through its CUSTOM*FIT earmold program, Etymotic is making it easy and affordable for average consumers to enjoy the same kind of uniquely customized earmolds that musicians and other sound professionals depend on for unequalled sound quality and long hours of listening comfort.
a global provider of hearing care services and solutions, has added custom earmold manufacturing for all Sonic behind-the-ear (BTE) products, including thin tube and receiver-in-canal (RIC) devices, to the company's product offerings.
Intolerance of the occlusion of the auditory canal because of the earmold