Getting the right fit is essential when it comes to wearing a hearing device. A bad fit is not optimized for all-day wear. Custom earmolds and earplugs help with this by conforming to an individual’s exact ear shape.
With hearing aid accessories, hearing aid users can enhance the functionality of their smartphones. Neckloops using telecoil technology can wirelessly receive and send signals from multiple devices. Accessories are a perfect all in one solution for wearers that want the best from their hearing devices.
Bluetooth gives users wireless freedom when using compatible devices. Once paired, they will sync up automatically when turned on. As an advanced feature, Bluetooth is something that should be discussed during the hearing aid evaluation.
Musicians’ earplugs are used in the studio to protect hearing from the equipment and damaging noise levels. For live performances, in-ear monitors accomplish the same task. Noise suppression for both types of plugs is accomplished without skewing the integrity of the sound.
In-the-ear (ITE), behind-the-ear (BTE) and in-the-canal (ITC) are the three main styles of hearing aids. They each have a specialized set of benefits that can be tailored to your listening experience. Individual preferences of the wearer are usually the determining factor when deciding hearing aid styles