TECHNOLOGY & HEARING DEVICES
STYLES OF HEARING DEVICES
With today’s advances in digital technology and miniaturization, hearing
devices now come in many shapes and sizes to suit your style and comfort
- Receiver-in the-ear
- Made-for-iPhone devices
CONNECT TO YOUR WORLD THROUGH BLUETOOTH AND INTERNET
Connectivity is the key world to better hearing today. We provide hearing devices to make everyday life easier by connecting to the other devices in your life and to enhance their functionality.
Enjoy everyday connectivity – watching TV, listening to music, video chatting and more. Today’s hearing devices allow easy, direct and wireless access to TVs, iPhones and iPads.
Use Smartphone apps to add additional functionality and ease-of-use to your hearing devices.
Connect to the internet via the If This Then That network (IFTTT.com) and explore the limitless possibilities available with other IFTTT- enabled hearing devices used in everyday life.
These hearing devices are designed for people who spend the majority of their time in quiet situations.
Features to help in noisy environments are very limited with this level of device. These devices have few special features and often do not offer enough programming flexibility to “match” a person’s audiogram, which is critical for optimal performance.
These devices are best for patients with more solitary lifestyles.
These hearing devices are an excellent combination of features and cost.
Features for noise reduction, feedback controls, and a greater range of programming flexibility allow for greater hearing and understanding in most listening situations.
These devices are an excellent choice for active patients.
These hearing devices are top of the line. Most are fully automatic, adjusting for each situation as it arises. Noise reduction features, feedback controls and wind-noise controls are at a premier level. These devices communicate with each other which improves difficult listening environments even more than other devices.
These devices are an excellent choice for active patients with demanding listening environments.