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If you have sensorineural hearing loss and regularly use headphones, you might be listening to a louder volume than if you did not have hearing loss. This may mean you could be subjecting your hearing apparatus to potentially damaging thresholds. Hearing aids are not just fancy headphones. They are sophisticated aural rehabilitation devices that are tuned ...


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High quality custom ear plugs (e.g., http://www.etymotic.com/consumer/hearing-protection/erme.html although all custom plug are essentially the same materials) are essentially identical to the molds used in some hearing aids. Hearing aid users are encouraged to use their aids all day every day. Increased build up of ear wax can be a problem, but can easily ...


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Asking for earphones/headphones which have a good sound quality is not on-topic for this group as this generates opinion related answers at best. Some people's idea of good quality can be very different to others. To highlight this I wonder where you get the idea that sound quality is poor when there are no sound specifications provided on the website. If ...


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In a nutshell: mechanical effects - earwax impaction in the auditory canal, external otitis noise exposure (i.e. songs) - some degree of hearing loss. These are the possible consequences. It doesn't mean you are sure to have them.


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