At Associated Balance and Hearing Clinic, we sell digital programmable hearing devices in many styles. Many have wireless connectivity options that are compatible with cell phones and accessories which allow the sound of any kind, like TV for example, to stream directly through your hearing aids.
- Industry leading sound quality allows for clear and easy speech understanding
- Remote control compatible for easy adjusting
- Nano-coated for extreme moisture protected
- Device to device communication
- Advanced feedback reduction technology
- Integrated Tinnitus relief
- Effective and automatic telephone usage
- Comfort in noisy and windy environments
What to consider when choosing a hearing instrument
- Lifestyle – every aspect of your favorite activities is important when selecting the most appropriate hearing instrument for you
- Style – Behind-the-ear, Receiver-in-the-ear, In-the-Ear, In-the-Canal, Completely-in-the-Canal.
- Type and Degree of Hearing Loss – individual variations in hearing loss can pose unique challenges to be considered when choosing the best amplification for your individual hearing loss
- Anatomy – The shape and size of the outer ear and ear canal may determine which type of hearing instrument you can wear
- Technology – a combination of different technological features may benefit your individual needs
- Rechargeable – 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.
- Volume Controls and Program Button – some hearing aids adjust automatically while others have manual controls for volume and/or alternating between listening programs. Typically, “Budget” or “Economy” class instruments require more manual operation while “High End” devices are fully automated.
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