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SMART HEARING AIDS

Smart hearing aids are the most popular and effective treatment option for any degree of hearing loss. The automatic functionality in smart hearing aids allows users to interact with their environment naturally while the device sorts out noise and enhance desired sound in real time. In today’s digital and communication-driven society, you need to have all the audio possible streamed into your ears safely and without distortion. With smart hearing aids, you can synchronize all of your devices and navigate between audio sources with ease, and without sacrificing discretion or audio quality.

Smartphone Hearing Aids

What are Smartphone Hearing Aids?

Smartphone compatible hearing aids connect directly to your smartphone. These hearing aids enable you to connect with your Apple® and Android™ devices so you can stream calls and audio from your smartphone to your hearing aids. They also connect to hearing aid apps, so you adjust your sound settings discreetly.

 

Our world is connected through digital communication and smartphones. Many wearable devices connect to smartphones via Bluetooth. Now Bluetooth comes in hearing aids too. We offers hearing aids that provide you with an exceptional streaming experience from almost any audio source. And with increased power, there is virtually no lag time when streaming directly into the hearing aids or through a wireless accessory.
 

iPhone Compatible Hearing Aids

There are hearing aids for iPhones® and other Apple® devices that are called Made for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch® hearing aids. They link directly to iPhones and other devices on the iOS platform, such as iPad®, iPod touch® and Apple Watch®. 

Android Compatible Hearing Aids

There are also hearing aids for Android™. The hearing aids pair up with Android™devices, either directly or via a wireless streamer. Streamers are smart and discreet accessories that provide the communication link between the wireless technology in the hearing aids and the smartphone.

 

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Rechargeable hearing aids allow you to carry on with your life without worrying about your hearing aids running out of power with its simple and reliable charging. While many hearing aids come with disposable batteries, rechargeable hearing aids are becoming increasingly popular. You are able to enjoy superior sound quality without the need to regularly buy and change hearing aid batteries.

 

Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries can just be inserted into a recharging unit at night, or when you are not using them. With the battery built into the hearing aid, it means you don’t have to worry about a battery going dead, and no more inconvenient hassles of changing the battery. 

What is a Rechargeable Hearing Aid?
Rechargeable Hearing Aid Technology

In a world where almost every piece of technology is accompanied by a charger, it’s only natural that hearing aids have become rechargeable too. You charge the hearing aids overnight, so you’ll never have to miss a special moment because a battery needs to be changed.

 

Rechargeable hearing aids utilize the lithium-ion recharge-ability allowing you the freedom to experience high quality sound without the fear of losing power, or the hassle of carrying spare batteries. 

 

Thanks to advancements in hearing aid technology, today’s best rechargeable hearing aids give you power that lasts longer than a full day.

 

The rechargeable option is available in Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) hearing aids. The hearing aid sits comfortably behind the ear, RIE hearing aids have more space for advanced features and extra power, yet they are very discreet due to their small size.

Battery Life of a Rechargeable Hearing Aid

In a world where almost every piece of technology is accompanied by a charger, it’s only natural that hearing aids have become rechargeable too. You charge the hearing aids overnight, so you’ll never have to miss a special moment because a battery needs to be changed.

 

Rechargeable hearing aids utilize the lithium-ion recharge-ability allowing you the freedom to experience high quality sound without the fear of losing power, or the hassle of carrying spare batteries. 

 

Thanks to advancements in hearing aid technology, today’s best rechargeable hearing aids give you power that lasts longer than a full day.

 

The rechargeable option is available in Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) hearing aids. The hearing aid sits comfortably behind the ear, RIE hearing aids have more space for advanced features and extra power, yet they are very discreet due to their small size.

Why Choose a Rechargeable Hearing Aid?
  • Charging is quick and easy. You simply place the rechargeable hearing aids on the charger, and they’ll automatically begin charging.

  • With a full charge, the best rechargeable hearing aids can last up to 24 hours, including several hours of audio streaming.

  • With rechargeable hearing aids, you don’t have to fiddle with changing batteries.

  • They are better for the environment than hearing aids with disposable batteries.

 

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

What is a Bluetooth Hearing Aid?

​Bluetooth hearing aids do exactly what the name suggests, they connect to Bluetooth wireless technology. Using the Bluetooth frequency, you can stream calls and audio from your smartphone to your Bluetooth hearing aids. They enable you to connect with your Apple® or AndroidTM devices and other wireless accessories.

How Does a Bluetooth Hearing Aid?

Bluetooth hearing aids do exactly what the name suggests, they connect to Bluetooth wireless technology. Using the Bluetooth frequency, you can stream calls and audio from your smartphone to your Bluetooth hearing aids. If you do not have a smartphone, there are wireless accessories that can act as the link between your hearing aids and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as your TV.

 

With Bluetooth hearing aids, you can stream from virtually any audio source for a customized and suitable listening experience.

 

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