Hearing Aid Technology
Over the last few years, the hearing aid technology has undergone significant improvements. New developments provide advanced solutions, bringing new options and features to those suffering from hearing loss. In the 21st century, you have both: opportunities to hear better and the choice between different hearing aids. Today, you should ask yourself how exactly you want to hear and how you'd like your hearing aids to look.
Digital Hearing Aids
Sound digitizing allows using special technologies to manipulate and enhance sounds before they reach the brain. Modern digital hearing aids perform such functions, as filtering down background noise, separating speech from noise, eliminating buzzing and whistling. What’s more, they automatically adjust for music and TV and soften different impulse sounds, such as breaking the glass or ruffling paper.
Wireless Hearing Aids
Can you remember those old massive hearing aids that our fathers used to wear? If yes, then forget about them immediately and better pay your attention to wireless hearing accessories our company offers. No doubt, wireless technology has changed hearing aids remarkably: it allows connecting hearing devices to TV, cell phone, iPad, and iPod. What’s more, wireless technology allows your hearing aids to function together as one system and make automatic adjustments. As a result, there is no more need for you to adjust each hearing aid device manually.
Invisible Hearing Aids
With “invisible” hearing aids, you won’t feel disconnected from your friends and family. Because hearing aid devices are very inconspicuous today, you no longer have to hide your hearing instruments. Advancements in their micro-technology make them almost invisible. Forget you have a disability with superb hearing accessories Hearing on Call provides.
CROS hearing aids is an ideal option for those who have the unilateral hearing loss. People looking for a smart solution for the single-sided hearing will appreciate wireless CROS technology. Wondering how it works? It takes sounds from the side of your head with the deaf ear and wirelessly sends them over to the better ear. Today, it doesn’t matter where someone sits or stands in relation to your better ear — CROS technology covers it all.