Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

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Carbon Hearing Aids: 1900-1939

Acousticon Carbon Hearing Aids

Acousticon Model A Carbon Hearing Aid (1905)

(H50)

Acousticon Model D Carbon Hearing Aid (1905)

(B713-51)

Acousticon Model RB Carbon Hearing Aid (1908)

(B832)

Acousticon Dining Table Model Carbon Hearing Aid (1908-1910)

(B289)

Acousticon Model SRA Carbon Hearing Aid (1910)

(H52)

Acousticon Model SRB Carbon Hearing Aid (1910)

(H53, B184, B727)

Acousticon Model SRD Carbon Hearing Aid (1910)

(H54, B193)

Acousticon Model RF "Multi-Acousticon" Carbon Hearing Aid (1910)

(H55, B789)

Acousticon Model JR Carbon Hearing Aid (1923)

(B404)

Acousticon Model 28 (Silver Seal Symphonic) Carbon Hearing Aid (1927)

(H56, B1, B2)

Acousticon Model 28 (Resonant Case) Carbon Hearing Aid (1927)

(H57, B313)

Acousticon Model 56 (Silver Anniversary) Carbon Hearing Aid (1928)

(H58, B8)

Acousticon Model 34 Carbon Hearing Aid (1931)

(H59)

Acousticon Model 44 Carbon Hearing Aid (1932)

(B178)

Acousticon Model ? Carbon Hearing Aid (~1935)

(B846)

Acousticon Model 26 Carbon Hearing Aid (1935)

(H60)

Acousticon Model 17 "Silver Seal Symphonic" Carbon Hearing Aid (1935)

(B630)

Acousticon Model C-6 "Coronation" Carbon Hearing Aid (1937)

(H61)

Acousticon Model C-8 "Coronation" Carbon Hearing Aid (1937)

(H62, B346)

Acousticon Model GM-2 Carbon Hearing Aid (1939)

(H63, H64)


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