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Hearing aids technology
When innovation meets hearing health
Take a look back over the last decade and you'll be amazed at the incredible strides the technological world has taken. Now, imagine having them built into your hearing aids. We say it's time to stop imaging and start living it. Bulky devices, fumbling with batteries, feeling disconnected from the technological world – those are all things of the past. Our hearing aids offer the latest in world-class, cutting-edge technology. Learn more about the incredible technological advancement of the hearing aids we offer and find the perfect fit for your needs.
Look around at the electronic devices you have surrounding you. The majority of them likely use Bluetooth. So, why shouldn't your hearing aids benefit from this advanced technology? The beauty of bluetooth is its power to connect you – with your phone, your TV or even your loved ones. Bluetooth hearing aids boast an abundance of benefits, including:
The days of worrying about your hearing aids running out of juice at the most inconvenient of times are over. Thanks to ion-lithium technology, you can charge your hearing aids just like you do your cell phone. No more fumbling around with batteries or wondering when they'll run out. Establish a routine with your rechargeable hearing aids, and you've got one less thing to worry about. What other benefits does a rechargeable battery bring with it?
Convenience and predictability
Better performance in cold weather
Charge your hearing aids at night and you can look forward to up to 16 to 20 hours of power before it's time for a new charge.
The days of accepting tinnitus and simply living with it are long gone. Tinnitus technology built directly into hearing aids helps to not only relieve your tinnitus symptoms, but it has even been proven to reduce or eliminate them over time. So, how does it work?
Hearing aids with tinnitus functions can address your tinnitus at the source. By amplifying background noises, you can mask tinnitus symptoms and focus on what's important. Taking it one step further, leading hearing aid brands have built in therapy and management programs to better address tinnitus symptoms.
Widex Zen therapy
Counseling, amplification, sound stimulation, and stress relief. These four factors play a powerful role in relieving your tinnitus symptoms. Fractal zen tones make it easier to shift focus away from your tinnitus to where it matters most.
Signia Notch Therapy
Built-in notch noise therapy addresses tinnitus by introducing sounds outside of your tinnitus frequency. They're inaudible, unobtrusive and proven to make tinnitus less noticeable.
Rexton tinnitus function
A sound generator built into hearing aids helps you to mask or drown out your tinnitus symptoms, making it easier to focus on what's important.
Devices that learn from your actions and make decisions like humans would – artificial intelligence (AI) is nothing short of amazing. AI is the ability of machines to simulate human intelligence. How can that improve your hearing experience? Through AI and machine learning, the ability for machines to learn based on actions and instructions, hearing aids can adapt to your exact needs.
So, what do they adapt to? Imagine a hearing aid that can help you find your perfect volume and sound settings. How about its ability to pick out and enhance the voice of loved ones over other sounds, or to pick out speech in general over a noisy background. All of these are made possible by AI, and there's no end to innovation in sight. A few examples of AI and machine learning in top brand hearing aids include:
The Signia Assistant:
Learns from every user interaction anonymously to provide the best experience for the wearer.
Widex's "Made for You":
Recommends the ideal settings for any environment you find yourself in.
Signia's Augmented Xperience (AX)
With the world's first split-processing hearing aid, you're not just getting enhanced sound, you're getting a completely immersed sound experience. Augmented Xperience (AX) technology uses two separate processors, one focused on voice and the other background noise. This Augmented Focus technology means that closer sounds will be pulled closer to the wearer and background noises—you guessed it—pushed to the background. The result: a clear, realistic sound with full immersion in any environment.
Signia AX combines with three other powerful technologies to bring balance, comfort and a realistic sound to your ears.
EchoShield recognizes and understands the acoustics of any room you walk into, bringing balance to your hearing experience.
Own Voice Processing 2.0 dedicates a processor to your own voice, delivering the most realistic of sounds.
HandsFree allows you to stream to your iPhone via Bluetooth, for a hands-free, comfortable hearing aid experience.
It's amazing to see the strides hearing aid technology has taken in recent years. Experiencing sound like never before, taking advantage of rechargeable batteries, streaming capabilities and even AI—you don't want to miss out! Apart from the usual signs you need a replacement, such as your hearing aids not functioning properly or experiencing buzzing or feedback, there are other indicators that it may be time for an upgrade:
You're not getting the experience you want from your hearing aids.
Your lifestyle has significantly changed and has different demands.
Your hearing aids are older than 4 years old.
You never want to settle for anything than the best.
You want to take advantage of streaming and connectability.
Incredible strides have been made in hearing technology. Today's tiny hearing aids are packed with experience-changing features, including bluetooth and streaming capabilities, AI and machine learning, tinnitus management programs, and augmented experience (AX).
Is hearing aid technology improving?
Hearing aid technology has improved immensely in recent years and continues to improve. Not only do they boast benefits, such as bluetooth and streaming capabilities and other comfort features, processors in today's hearing aids are also able to learn, make decisions and adapt to your specific needs.
What is the newest technology for hearing loss?
Artificial intelligence in hearing aids is the latest in hearing loss technology. The latest hearing aids are able to understand your environment and adapt accordingly, learning every step of the way. Signia's Augmented Xperience (AX) technology takes it one step further with multiple processors. The split-processing technology allows their hearing aids to focus on up-close sounds and background noises separately, creating the most natural, balanced experience possible.
What is the most technologically-advanced hearing aid?
HearUSA offers some of the most technologically-advanced hearing aids on the market. With artificial intelligence, bluetooth technology and other important features, such as tinnitus management programs, brands like Widex, Signia and Rexton have an abundance of hearing aid options for every lifestyle and need.
What are some examples of hearing assistive technology?
Hearing assistive technologies (HATS) help you hear and understand sounds that may be further away or in a busy, noisy environment. Frequency modulation systems, TV amplifiers, and one-on-one communication devices are all examples of hearing assistive technology. A great deal of these features are built directly into today's hearing aids. Bluetooth and streaming capabilities, multiple processors and motion-sensing technology, for example, make it possible to enjoy a crystal clear, comfortable and convenient hearing experience.
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