Tiny in size, big on performance
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 – making them virtually invisible. Though small, these digital hearing aids pack a lot of power. They are equipped with automatic functions like feedback cancellation, noise reduction, and better speech recognition. Additionally, some of our modern hearing aids allow you to pair your smartphone, TV, or any Bluetooth-enabled device with your hearing aids. This feature allows you to stream not only phone calls but also music, movies and television shows directly to your hearing aids. The advanced technology of these invisible hearing aids makes hearing loss a thing of the past.
Don’t go another day without being able to hear your loved ones clearly. Contact one of our hearing aid experts today to learn more about taking advantage of this groundbreaking hearing aid technology. Let us help you explore the world of better hearing!
Which hearing aid design suits you best?
Hearing aid devices are available in two different types and designs: Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids or In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids
Whether worn behind or in the ear, contemporary hearing aids come in relatively small sizes yet are very sophisticated.
Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids
Hearing aid functions
A modern hearing device works like a high-performance computer. Its sophisticated technology includes a number of digital functions that greatly facilitate life for people with hearing loss and improve the quality of their hearing health. The following technologies are integrated into many modern hearing aids:
Adjustment to special environments
Your hearing aid recognizes irritating noises and fades them out automatically. You can have a relaxed conversation even in a loud environment without being distracted by ambient noise.
Wind noise reduction
In old behind-the-ear devices, wind sounds were often amplified. Modern hearing aids suppress these annoying noises, making outdoors situations more enjoyable.
Suppression of reverberation
Speech intelligibility issues often occur when talking in large rooms (e.g. churches). Suppressing the reverberation reduces this effect significantly.
Optimization of acoustic perception in general
Irritating acoustic feedback is a common problem with hearing aids of the past. The feedback cancellation function eliminates this high-pitched whistling sound.
Impulse sound reduction
Modern hearing aids quickly detect sudden noises, like doors slamming or plates smashing, and reduces them to a comfortable level.
High-pitched sounds like birds chirping and children laughing can be easily lost. This function shifts these sounds back into an audible frequency range.
Your hearing aid automatically recognizes and distinguishes between a voice and background noise. Modern hearing devices enhance your conversation partner's voice while filtering out background noise.
Modern-day hearing aids have integrated directional microphones that focus on your conversation partner. This allows you to have conversations even in noisy environments, creating a better listening experience.
Enhanced hearing comfort and easier life
Automatic volume control
This hearing aid function analyzes your immediate environment and registers if something is too loud or soft, adjusting the volume automatically.
Use a Bluetooth or radio signal to connect your hearing system to external multimedia devices, such as a TV, mobile phone, or landline. The sound is sent directly to your hearing aids. You can also control or fine-tune your hearing device with your smartphone.
Your hearing device remembers the settings used in a particular location. Our Partner Provider can read this information and make further adjustments based on your needs.