What year was the hearing aid invented?

Answer The first electronic hearing aid, called the "Telephone-Transmitter", was invented in 1903 by Miller Reese Hutchinson and Willard S. Mears. However it weighed more than sixteen pounds and was bulky... Read More »

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Who invented the 1st hearing aid?

Harvey Fletcher created the first working hearing aid while working for Bell Laboratories. He was also credited with developing high-fidelity recording and sound motion pictures. He holds 40 patent... Read More »

Who invented hearing aids?

Though its lineage is not completely clear, Miller Reese Hutchinson is often credited with inventing the carbon hearing aid in 1901, but the device amplified a low static sound. Sonotone Corporatio... Read More »

Who invented the telephone&early hearing aid?

Scotland-born Alexander Graham Bell is credited with inventing the telephone. In 1876, he was rewarded the first U.S. patent for the invention. American-born Harvey Fletcher is credited with invent... Read More »