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Oticon’s ConnectLine Solution series includes the Streamer, TV Adaptor, Microphone and Phone Adaptor, working together with hearing aids to connect individuals to a variety of electronic and entertainment technology.
Oticon Ino and Ino Pro are affordable hearing aids that offer many advanced options that hearing aid wearers want, including noise reduction, feedback management, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Oticon Acto hearing aids are designed to give users a full package of state-of-the-art sound technologies and features in a mid-priced hearing aid including multiple power levels, wireless connectivity, noise reduction and more.
Today's digital hearing aids offer help for individuals who have trouble hearing conversation in the presence of background noise.
To assist consumers in making an educated decision when purchasing hearing aids, the FDA has published a consumer’s guide. In it, experts offer advice on choosing the right type of hearing aids to meet specific kinds of hearing loss.
Because hearing aids are essentially amplifiers of sound, there's a dog-eared myth that hearing aids boost volume of all sounds that reach the hearing aid and you hear all sounds equally loud. And myth it is.
Thanks to advancements in digital hearing aid technology, hearing aid wearers are now able to listen with improved dimensionality. One example of new technology is found in Agil made by Oticon hearing aids.
The Better Hearing Institute published the results of a major survey that looked at many aspects of hearing aids including the utility of hearing aids including how many places and environments hearing aids are useful and overall improved quality of life.
Digital technology has taken hearing aids to the next level. Sound quality, wearing comfort and automation are just a few improvements consumers report. In addition, . hearing aids are no longer big and beige but instead are sleek, compact and stylish.
Some consumers want convenience and automation, the no fuss option when it comes to their hearing aids. What does the newest hearing aids technology deliver?
If you are new to hearing aids and are ready to take that leap towards better hearing Oticon's Agil hearing aid will help you transition into wearing hearing aids with little effort by providing natural, effortless hearing.
If you have hearing loss, your hearing professional may recommend bilateral hearing aids, one for each ear. Your initial reaction may be to balk but consider this; if you need glasses to see better, are you going to insist on one lens for just one eye?
The Hearing Loss Association of American (HLAA), the nation's leading organization representing people with hearing loss, has published a consumers' guide to help first-time...
Consumer Reports, a well known source for product reviews and evaluations, published a Consumer Reports hearing aids...
Sad but true many Americans know little about hearing aids, not to mention hearing loss in general. Maybe we have a friend who has hearing loss and wears hearing aids, always...
Consumer reports published an article covering hearing health, hearing aids, and hearing protection. While they did not provide actual hearing aid reviews based on brands and models, they did report on the process that people go through when purchasing hearing aids.
Consumer Reports, a well known source for unbiased product reviews and evaluations, published an article in their July, 2009 issue on hearing health: hearing aids, hearing...
The July 2009 issue of Consumer Reports (CR) includes an article entitled Hear Well in a Noisy World that covers hearing aids, hearing protection and the process of shopping for...
So you finally went to the hearing care professional and discovered what you'd expected all along. The family's been telling you for months ? YOU NEED HEARING...
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