According to Better Hearing Institute at http://www.betterhearing.org, there are
“some trending facts about today’s hearing aids”
- They’re virtually invisible. Many of today’s hearing aids sit discreetly and comfortably inside the ear canal, providing both natural sound quality, and discreet and easy use.
- They automatically adjust to all kinds of soundscapes. Recent technological advances with directional microphones have made hearing aids far more versatile than ever before – and in a broad range of sound environments.
- They work with smartphones, home entertainment systems and other prized electronics. Wireless, digital hearing aids are now the norm. That means seamless connectivity – directly into your hearing aid(s) at volumes that are just right for you – from your smartphone, MP3 player, television and other high-tech gadgets.
Also, almost all hearing aids today are equipped with a t-coil. A t-coil can be used with a heaing loop. Hearing loops are installed in home TV room, church sanctuaries, auditoriums, and other large venues. A copper wire is looped around the permineter of the room and the t-coil acts as a magnet to the pull sound directly from the sound source into the hearing aid. This blocks out all back ground noises and echos and leaves the listen with a clear sound.
If you would like more information about the latest styles in hearing aids or about a hearing loop, call SALINE AUDIOLOGY at 501-778-3868 or 501-922-0053. You can also visit our website at www.salineaudiology.com
Leave a reply