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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
Signia Nx
There has been a lot of new and improved hearing aid technology released in 2017. As we move towards the end of the year, Signia have released their latest platform, the Signia Nx. The Signia Nx claims to ‘replicate nature’ with Signia’s development of ‘Own Voice Processing’ (OVP) for a natural ‘own voice’ experience.  
Since 2014 there have been hearing aids available that could connect directly to iPhone without any intermediary neck worn or clip on device. This is fine and well, but only 10% of people who use hearing aids have iPhones. The rest simply had to make due with a neck worn device (not popular with the

2017 Hearing Aid Overviews

2017 Hearing Aids are quite amazing performers Never before has technology like that found in today’s hearing aids from the big brand been available to help reduce the frustrations associated with hearing loss. All the big brands have new chips available delivering sound quality and performance like never before. We have many articles full of
Most people first discovering the need for hearing aids desire invisible hearing aids. Unfortunately, Invisible hearing aids come with a few inherent issues, which can severely affect performance and reliability. Phonak has perfected a new production technique using Titanium, which solves many of the issues.  More on this later. Let’s look at where we were
Signia has recently released the new Silk hearing aids, developed to make life as simple as possible for people who experience hearing loss. Comfortable, discreet and secure, these little wonders are hidden deep in the ear and, thanks to super-soft slip-on silicone sleeves in different sizes, fit in most ears, instantly. There’s no need to
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Signia’s latest range of Cellion products have all been developed to make life easier for those with hearing loss. People with hearing loss expect one thing from their hearing aids above all else: that they can once again clearly understand everyone and everything in their surroundings. It is even better, however, if the handling is
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Hearing aids have come a long way from what they used to be. Compared to the large devices that people with hearing impairments had to wear, they are now so tiny; very few will even notice that someone is wearing them. The modern hearing aids automatically adapt and synchronize to environmental or user changes to
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Rechargeable hearing aid
Rechargeable hearing aids, or more accurately, Hearing aids using rechargeable batteries have been around for some time. Siemens were first to release their rechargeable hearing aids at least a decade ago. Later GnResound dipped a toe into these waters, only to discontinue their rechargeable hearing aid options soon after.   These older rechargeable hearing aids worked
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