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Wireless technology permits 2 hearing aids to control together as one complete system, rather than acting as 2 freelance devices. The sound input to each hearing aids is shared and selections concerning the digital sound process are based on the combined data.

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wireless hearing aids

Wireless hearing aids

ByHearingsol

www.hearingsol.com

introduction
Introduction
  • Wireless technology permits 2 hearing aids to control together as one complete system, rather than acting as 2 freelance devices.
  • The sound input to each hearing aids is shared and selections concerning the digital sound process are based on the combined data.
  • These devices use wireless technology to transmit signals through the air via receiving points, ultimately delivering messages to the recipient without wires.

More info:https://www.hearingsol.com/help/hearing-aids/wireless-connectivity/

benefits of wireless hearing aids
Benefits of wireless hearing aids

Sound quality:If one hearing aid is being triggered for directional mode, both hearing aids would likely switch into that mode at the same time. The data transfer rates for wireless hearing aids are measured in nanoseconds, which is much faster than human brain can detect.

For the wearer, the adjustments are perceived in real time. Sound processing is therefore synchronized between the two hearing aids, thus improving sound quality for the wearer.

convenience
Convenience

Wireless capability can also lead to hearing aid options that improve convenience. Some wireless hearing aids is also discovered in order that once you push a program button or change the volume on one hearing device, the change will automatically implement on other side.

Another feature created attainable by wireless communication is that the choice of a program button in one hearing aid and a volume management within the alternative hearing aid of the matched set.

connectivity
Connectivity

Wireless hearing aids are often capable of wirelessly communicating with external devices as well as with each other.

There are a variety of technologies that make this possible, the most common of which are electromagnetic fields, frequency modulation (FM) and Bluetooth.

advantage of having wireless hearing aids

Advantage of having Wireless hearing aids

As technology improves, so too do hearing aids. While many people still have plenty of misconceptions about these devices, the truth is that they’re rapidly improving, thanks to ever-advancing technology. Some advantages are

  • Connect Quickly and Easily: Bluetooth technology is one technology that can now be incorporated into hearing aids. The same wireless technology that allows your smartphone to communicate with your car
  • Crisper Sound: Streaming has allowed for cleaner, crisper sound for hearing aid users. That means your auditory experience will be enhanced—no matter what you’re doing.
  • Help for Directional Microphones: Wireless technology has also helped the microphones in your hearing aid. Most modern hearing aids are equipped with directional microphones, which help track sound and filter background noise.
resources

Resources

Wireless hearing aids

Use this to keep track of the important information about your hearing loss and hearing aids.

Website: www.hearingsol.com