Utilizing the expertise and know-how of dental technology and hearing aid production
The shapes and sizes of ear canals vary from person to person. Custom in-ear monitors are personalized earphones made to fit the shape of your ear canal. However, their production requires a range of specialized knowledge.
Hearing aids, designed to assist with hearing, are used for long hours, from waking up in the morning until bedtime, with exceptions during activities such as washing and bathing. Additionally, microphones, amplifiers, and speakers are all housed within a compact case, where significant amplification takes place. For this reason, maintaining a high level of sound isolation is crucial to prevent feedback noise, such as a high-pitched squeal.
"Teeth" and "Ears," a Common Theme
The ear canals, situated adjacent to the temporomandibular joints, can experience changes in sound isolation and the onset of discomfort due to jaw movement. Issues seemingly unrelated to sound, such as dental matters like occlusion and jaw movement, become vital elements that cannot be overlooked for stable usage.
Balancing "high sound isolation" and "comfortable wear," providing an ideal quiet environment for music appreciation, is what FitEar excels at. The accumulated expertise and know-how of Susuyama Dental Research, established as a dental technology laboratory in 1958, and Susuyama Hearing Aids, launched in 1985, contribute to FitEar's reputation for the finest comfort fit, not only on stage but also for music enjoyment.