Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum
Hugh Hetherington Hearing Aid Museum

The Hearing Aid Museum

Hearing Aids of all types—Ear Trumpets, Carbon Hearing Aids, Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids, Transistor Hearing Aids, Body Hearing Aids, Eyeglass Hearing Aids and much more!

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Tips for Using The Hearing Aid Museum

Tips for Using the Hearing Aid Museum

Tip 1: This museum is a work in progress. In the various category lists (galleries) picture placeholders with the words "Still to Come" and non-clickable (black) titles on the right (see illustration on the right) indicates that we have these particular items in the physical collection, but have not yet had time to add them to the on-line museum. We continue to add more as time permits.


Acousticon Model SRA Carbon Hearing Aid (1910)


Tip 2: The pictures on the individual hearing aids and other items on this website are all clickable to get a larger view. Just click on the picture and a new window with a larger picture will pop up. The picture on the right is an example. Click it and see a larger image.

Click picture for larger view


Tip 3: If you have a pop-up blocker on your computer, you may need to turn it off in order to see the large pictures of the various hearing aids. Otherwise they may be blocked.

It's easy to tell. If you click the picture to the right and a larger image in a separate window doesn't pop up, then you'll need to turn your pop-up blocker off.



Click picture for larger view


(If a larger picture doesn't appear, you may have to turn your pop-up blocker off)