If I were to tell you about this amazing new gadget that’s available, you would never guess what it was. It has wireless connectivity, it synchronizes to all of my home and work devices, and I can even control it remotely. It is a computer? Is it a smartphone? No. It’s actually a hearing aid.
The world of hearing aids has catapulted itself headfirst into the modern, digital world and devices now come with the latest technology. This means they not only give you the gift of being able to hear more clearly, but they can also change your life in many other important ways.
Environment data logging
This impressive sounding feature can actually assess and record the changes in your local environment, automatically adjusting your hearing aid to make sure you’re getting the best volume and clarity.
If your device has the ability to connect via Bluetooth, you are able to connect your hearing aid to it. Smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, digital radios – you can get a clear, personal stream direct to the device.
Wind noise reduction
Do you enjoy outdoor sports but find you get distracted by the whistling wind? Modern hearing aids now feature the ability to reduce the sound and focus on getting that hole in one.
Constant fiddling and adjustment is a thing of the past. Devices now use intelligent technology to learn which settings you prefer in specific environments and auto-adjust when you enter them.
Instead of blocking your ear canal, newer hearing aid models leave it open and fit comfortably behind the ear. They come in various colors and designs, so you can be as bold and colorful or camouflaged and discreet as you choose.
People with a hearing loss often struggle to hear conversation in a busy environment. These nifty microphones will point directly toward the person you want to listen to and allow you to hear them much more clearly.
Although all the new features of hearing aids mean you won’t need to use them as much, a remote control is always handy when it comes to making quick adjustments without playing with your ears.