Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
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Body Type Transistor Hearing Aids

Dahlberg D-5 Hearing Aid

The Dahlberg D-5 all-transistor hearing aid, produced by Dahlberg Electronics, Inc., followed the D-5 hybrid later in 1953 and was Dahlberg’s first all transistor model. The D-5 used three CK718 transistors.

It used the same chrome case as the D-5 hybrid model, which measured 2½" x 1¾" by ⅞". It weighed 6 oz. with its battery.

 

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A single 1.4 Volt RM-1 mercury battery powered this hearing aid. This picture shows the back opened revealing the battery compartment (bottom left).


 

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The Dahlberg D-5 in its original case.

 


 

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