Hearing Aids

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Find the Best Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are a great, non-invasive solution to hearing loss. Many users report that ever since they started wearing hearing aids, their quality of life has dramatically improved.
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Hearing aid prices
At the moment, prices range from $1,250 for a basic device to $3,500 for a premium hearing aid. However, to get a more accurate price, it is necessary to learn more about your hearing loss and your individual needs.
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Hearing Aid Technology
Do you know what modern hearing aids are capable of? They not only help you hear better, but they also let you live a far more satisfying life. New cutting-edge technology has shrunk hearing aids down to the size of a coffee bean!
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Affordable hearing aids
Hearing aids are an important investment that will dramatically affect your quality of life. In fact, hearing care professionals encourage patients to treat their hearing loss sooner than later as the benefits are felt from the moment they begin wearing hearing aids.
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As seen on TV hearing aids
As seen on TV hearing aids are not necessarily the assistive listening devices that you are probably used to seeing. One particular model is the MSA 30x, which is a device that makes sounds and noises louder.
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Used hearing aids
Even used hearing aids are frequently offered for sale, mostly by private individuals. Whether or not the purchase of such used hearing systems is really worthwhile will be explained in the following section.
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Hearing aid batteries
Hearing aid batteries
Hearing aid batteries are mainly offered in four different sizes: 10, 312, 13, and 675. Hereby, the basic rule of thumb applies: The bigger the battery, the more energy it can supply.
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Signia Pure 312 NX
Binaural hearing aids
Modern binaural hearing systems, similar to natural hearing, couple the left and right hearing aids together via a radio signal. The devices are able to intelligently communicate and coordinate with each other.
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Behind-the-ear hearing aids (BTE)
Behind-the-ear hearing aids (BTE) are the best known and most frequently selected models. The hearing aids are very small, light, and can be worn almost invisibly behind the ear.
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In-the-ear hearing aids (ITE)
In-the-Ear hearing aids come in three different styles.
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Phonak Virto Q
CROS and BiCROS hearing aids
If you have a form of unilateral hearing loss (single-sided deafness), new CROS (“Contralateral Routing of Signal”) or BiCROS hearing aids will not only improve your ability to hear, but they can help with directional hearing, allowing you to localize sounds and pinpoint exactly where they’re coming from.
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Water-resistant hearing aids
Water-resistant hearing aids provide excellent clarity and maximum wearing comfort, so that you can live your life to the fullest!
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Bluetooth hearing aids
Bluetooth hearing aids wirelessly connect to your smartphone, TV, computer, and more - allowing you to stream HD quality audio directly to your hearing aids. The future is finally “hear!”
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Rechargeable hearing aids
Rechargeable hearing aids work similarly to the batteries. However, the difference is that rather than charging the batteries at night you would charge your actual devices.
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Hearing aid accessories
Hearing aids alone aren't as powerful as they have the potential to be. It's a good idea to know more about what accessories can do for you.
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