Best Hearing Aid
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
Three Must Have Hearing aid Features for Optimal Performance in 2018       PLUS a few more niche ones for specialist applications. As well as our predictions on what is coming in 2018 Updated: 13/11/17 Modern hearing aids have many built-in features. It is hard for the layman to know which features actually make
Single-sided deafness (SSD) refers to a condition where a person has usable hearing in one ear only. The poorer ear does not receive benefit from traditional hearing aids, whilst the better ear may have normal hearing, or a hearing loss. People with SSD may have difficulties in localising sounds, detecting speech on their poorer hearing
If you haven’t bought  new hearing aids in recent years then you may be missing out on the benefits of Bluetooth technology in the latest models. Bluetooth offers the hearing impaired a range of benefits including access to music players and radio, while making mobile phones a lot easier to use. Perhaps you’ve heard of
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Hearing Aid Features Explained

If you’re the type of person who researches a product before making the decision to purchase it, you may have noticed that while hearing aid product information is readily available on the internet, it’s not always easy to understand what it all means. Seeing a hearing specialist for a comprehensive hearing assessment will help you

How Do Hearing Aids Work?

When looking for hearing aids, you’ll first want to know the answer to one simple question: “how do hearing aids work”?  Understanding the function of any product you buy is essential to getting the best quality for your money—finding the best hearing aids relies on that same principle.  There are many different types of hearing
As with anything in life, knowing where we come from can show us where we are going—the same is true with the history of the hearing aid.  Understanding the history of the hearing aid shows us the progressive nature of technology, allowing us to take educated guesses at where hearing aids will be going in