Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

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Audi-Ear Clip-on Auricle

The Audi-Ear was manufactured by the American Earphone Company of New York in the mid 1920s. It was a non-electric device similar to the Super-Ear made by the same company.

Front view, looking into the opening of the auricle and showing the ear tip.




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Side view of the auricle. This model came with a wire ear clip (not shown) to held it in place.


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View of the back of the auricle showing the name. The hole at the top is where the ear tip screws in.


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The Audi-Ear in its original case. Notice the name on the top inside of the case. The Audi-Ear came with three ear tips of different sizes to fit almost any ear.




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