If you’ve been using hearing aids for a while, you’ll know that they need some attention from time to time. If you haven’t, then you need to be aware that the initial settings on your hearing aid won’t necessarily be the same settings a year or two down the track. There are several reasons for
Navigate the Maze of expensive hearing aids
Navigating the maze of options and choices that make up the hearing industry in Australia is no easy task. Despite this difficulty, thousands of individuals, just like you embark on their own journey to find their best hearing solution each and every day. At one point or another, you will find yourself undergoing a hearing
Three Must Have Hearing Aid Features for Optimal Performance in 2019       PLUS a few more niche ones for specialist applications. As well as our predictions on what is coming in 2019 Updated: 3/1/19 Modern hearing aids have many built-in features. It is hard for the layman to know which features actually make
Social gatherings are a critical for building and nurturing relationships. Unfortunately, hearing loss and social gatherings don’t always mix well. This is definitely true if you have untreated hearing loss, but is even true to an extent to those who use hearing aids. Don’t fret however, I have put this guide together to help you
Hearing aids are more connected than ever before
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A story I hear more often than I’d like to, is one where you buy the most expensive hearing aid you can afford, only to be sorely disappointed by its performance once the honeymoon period has passed. The most challenging situations, such as when you really need to hear in a restaurant where there is
Oticon Opn Technology
There are typically two launch seasons with new hearing aid technology being released broadly twice a year. The first occurs around April and coincides with the AudiologyNow conference held in the United States of America. The second major launch season typically coincides with the German European Union Hearing Aid (EUHA) conference held around October each year.
Hearing aids can last for many years, with the average time it takes for most people to upgrade to their next device at around 5 years. That’s a pretty good lifespan! The reasons to upgrade will vary from person to person, but the main reasons people come in to see us for an upgrade include:
Hearing aids, like everything else, are advancing in leaps and bounds. This is helped along by the fact that a hearing aid is basically a computer dedicated to processing sound. Some modern hearing aids can process sound at over a billion operations per second! All this power is dedicated to cleaning up sound in a
Hearing Aid Industry updates
Every year, there are two major “launch seasons” for new hearing technology. The first occurs around April and revolves around the American Audiology Association (AudiologyNow) conference. The second is based around the European Hearing Aid (EUHA congress) held in Germany, around October. The AudiologyNow conference has concluded and with it there have been a few