Digital development has impacted almost every industry - and hearing aids are no different. In just the last decade, digital developments have resulted in some of the best hearing aids hitting the market, including some of the smallest hearing aids imaginable.
Not only can the electronic elements carry more information than ever in a digital hearing aid, but the batteries can be charged speedily and cost-effectively, and last for longer overall. Just look at some of the options from Oticon, a company supported by a century of hearing aid manufacturing.
When it comes to hearing aids, Hidden Hearing is proud to offer a number of high quality options designed to suit each and every individual’s needs.
Learn more about our digital hearing aids below, or book a hearing test to find out more about your own requirements - and the types of hearing aids that could work for you.
Instead of compensating for ear damage, Brain Hearing reduces the effort on the part of the wearer by focusing on how the brain addresses sounds - reducing fatigue and providing a more comfortable experience.
Brain Hearing provides four audiological technologies, including:
1. Spatial Sound - which allows both ears to work in real time with the brain.
2. Speech Guard - recognises voices and helps the brain to refocus
3. Free Focus - helps the brain to zone in on what is important to hear by the user.
4. YouMatic - enhances sound recognition.
Digital hearing aids benefit from modern connectivity, which can leave wearers of older, existing devices feeling frustrated about their experiences.
ConnectLine works based on proximity to a secreted wireless transmitter, and removes frustrations around decaying sound quality. It is supplemented by a series of products to meet individual hearing needs.
Implementing a feedback shield ensures that interference, which can present a negative impact on hearing aid effectiveness, will not disturb the wearer - ensuring a clearer and more natural sound.
As individuals, our hearing needs are unique. Free Focus introduces a range of directional features that help users to make the most of their digital hearing aids.
Most hearing aids can make sounds between left and right ears difficult to discern. Spatial Sound creates differentiation between different sounds, but brings them together binaurally to create a realistic soundscape. This reduces user fatigue and enhances the natural sound reproduction.
What are digital hearing aids?
A digital hearing aid works by receiving and digitising sound, before amplifying it for the user. Digital hearing aids work thanks to a microphone and microprocessor, and can be programmed to adjust to the needs of the individual.
How much do digital hearing aids cost?
Digital hearing aids come in at a variety of price points, based on the specifications and requirements of the user in question. To find out more about how much a digital hearing aid may cost, visit one of our hearing centres, or contact a member of our team for more information on pricing.
How long do digital hearing aids last?
Hearing aids have an average lifespan of three to seven years, although this can be longer depending on the technology in question. You can find out more about the predicted lifespan, including any warranties offered, through your chosen hearing aid brand.
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