If there is one thing that has dramatically changed in the last decade, it’s hearing aid technology. As with everything in the tech world, there have been developments and changes that are life-changing for most of us. Hearing aids are no longer the trumpets we hold to our ears or the clunky devices that weigh heavily on the ear structure.
We no longer use hearing aids that seem to amplify the wrong sounds and offer too much feedback. Hearing aids are smarter, sleeker and sophisticated today compared to every other decade in time. They can sit in the ear, in the canal, behind the ear, and more, and they have been developed with new features that your hearing health professional will be raving about.
The programs and settings in hearing aids today are there to make life easier for you and everyone else with hearing loss. One of the best things that has come about for hearing aids in the development of Bluetooth technology for hearing aids. Here are some of the benefits that you will be loving!
The ability to connect to your smartphone, tablet or any other Bluetooth-enabled device has been a revelation for those in the hearing world. You can even connect your hearing aids to your car! You can listen to music, take calls and even allow you to hear better in a crowded room. Your ability to connect is going to set your hearing aids apart from others out there, and you won’t have to struggle with reduced quality, either. With Bluetooth technology being completely wireless, it can facilitate data between devices. TVs, computers, car stereos – it will all work to help you to hear better. You can use Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids to experience the world in an entirely new way, and it acts as that link between your technology and your hearing to help you to tap into a connected world.
Personalized listening experiences
With Bluetooth technology in your hearing aids, you can benefit from personalization as one of the key benefits. You control the settings, with your hearing aids functioning differently. You get a hands-free experience, which will greatly help with your ability to connect to others, and you will find that your hearing aids are better designed to match your hearing loss. This will enable you to have the best quality sound experience possible, and if you need the volume louder in one ear but not the other, you can adjust this via an app on your phone. This enables you to adjust your hearing aids to your hearing needs, which can make all the difference.
Improved sound quality
Bluetooth hearing aids allow you to experience a sharper sound quality. You can stream your audio to your ears, so there’s no whistling or feedback to worry about. You can focus solely on what you are trying to hear, and the signal to your Bluetooth hearing aids is very stable compared to signals to your cell phone, which can cut in and out intermittently. The channels used by Bluetooth technology will use several channels to avoid interference.