Bluetooth Hearing Aids
Hearing aids have come a long way since they were invented in the early 1900’s. Nowadays the technology allows a user to pair their hearing aids directly to their iPhone & Android, streaming audio directly to their hearing aids, be it a telephone conversation or their music playlist. Hearing aids can, in addition to amplify surrounding sounds, function as your premium Bluetooth headsets. Since this type of technology is relatively new, only a handful of manufacturers have been able to implement this feature into their platforms. Read on to learn more about what each of these manufacturers offers in terms of functionality and style. clinic.
Comprised of all-new hardware, Audéo Paradise excels in hearing performance and hosts several elevated features. The result? A hearing aid that delivers an unrivaled hearing experience: Crisp natural sound Brilliant speech understanding Personalized noise cancelling Voice assistant with a tap Connects to smartphones, TV and more Empowering smart apps
Meet the first hearing aid that doesn’t sound like a hearing aid.By changing the paradigm of sound with a revolutionary platform, WIDEX MOMENT™ delivers the most pure, natural sound ever. Typically, sound processed in a hearing aid hits the eardrum later than direct sound, causing distorting artefacts and a metallic effect. But now your clients can hear like before. From the very first moment.
Thanks to the ultrafast ZeroDelay™ pathway on the WIDEX MOMENT™ platform, Widex PureSound™ makes a real, audible difference to users.
Research shows that a large majority of both new and experienced users prefer Widex PureSound™ across different sound scenarios. (Data on file).
Oticon Opn connects directly to your iPhone, so you can use your phone like everyone else. Use your hearing aids like stereo headphones to talk on the phone or stream music directly to your hearing aids. Control volume and switch programs with just a tap of your finger. Turn your hearing aids into wireless stereo headphones so you can enjoy your favorite programs at the volume you choose. The TV Adapter connects to almost any audio device using the cables provided. Stereo sound from the TV streams directly to your hearing aids from a range of up to 45 feet. The Oticon ON App lets you adjust volume, switch programs and check the battery level. The app also offers a convenient “find my hearing aid” search feature, counseling advice and links to user instructions. Oticon Opn and Oticon ON App are compatible with iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini, and iPod touch (5th and 6th generation). Oticon Opn is the world’s first hearing aid that connects to the internet via the If This Then That network (IFTTT.COM). Want the lights to turn on automatically when you switch on your hearing aids? Want to be notified in your hearing aids when someone’s at the door? Explore the limitless possibilities available and craft your own connections to a range of IFTTT-enabled devices used in everyday life.
ReSound ONE™ with M&RIE (Microphone & Receiver-In-Ear) introduces a new class of hearing aids* with a microphone and receiver positioned inside the ear, so patients can collect the whole sound environment just as nature intended.
M&RIE combines the two traditional microphones with a third that is positioned inside the ear canal as an integrated part of the receiver module. The result? More natural sound quality, improved sound localization and wind noise protection.
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At House of Hearing you will receive a personalized service plan that meets your specific needs
There are three different levels of hearing aids you can choose from: Premium, Advanced and Standard. All hearing aid purchases include a three year unlimited service plan, a three year warranty, loss & damage insurance and three years of remote support.
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