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Digital Hearing Aids

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Digital Hearing Aids

Digital hearing aids offer a truly personalised experience.

Digital hearing aids represent the future of hearing assistance. They are essentially mini-computers that sit in your ear. They are ‘smart’ and can interact and connect with other digital devices, such as your TV, music player and telephone.

Digital hearing aids automatically adjust audio signals so that they sound more individual, natural, and enriched with greater depth and variation. They often have many different settings and they can be configured how you want them, for a truly personalised experience.

We live in a digital age, so why not connect to it with digital hearing aids? They are the closest sound to natural you’ll ever get.

Before digital hearing aids became popular, most people used analogue hearing aid technology.

However, analogue could only register sounds in a continuous and uniform way — meaning much of the richness and the ‘natural’ sounds were lost. To hear better with analogue, and with no background noise cancellation features, wearers often had to turn up the sound — which could be uncomfortable.

Digital hearing aids are much more advanced. They contain ‘amplifiers’. Essentially, amplifiers are computers that detect and process sounds, filtering out unwanted sounds and enriching wanted sounds with more detail. These settings can be adjusted depending on your hearing — so that it sounds just natural and feels completely right.

Digital hearing aids convert sound waves into digital signals and our whole world is digital. Meaning you can connect wirelessly to all of the digital devices around you, like with Bluetooth hearing aids. There’s also more technological choice. For example, you can get rechargeable digital hearing aids that don’t need batteries.

Digital hearing aids offer a truly personalised experience.

Digital hearing aids represent the future of hearing assistance. They are essentially mini-computers that sit in your ear. They are ‘smart’ and can interact and connect with other digital devices, such as your TV, music player and telephone.

Digital hearing aids automatically adjust audio signals so that they sound more individual, natural, and enriched with greater depth and variation. They often have many different settings and they can be configured how you want them, for a truly personalised experience.

We live in a digital age, so why not connect to it with digital hearing aids? They are the closest sound to natural you’ll ever get. 

Before digital hearing aids became popular, most people used analogue hearing aid technology. 

However, analogue could only register sounds in a continuous and uniform way — meaning much of the richness and the ‘natural’ sounds were lost. To hear better with analogue, and with no background noise cancellation features, wearers often had to turn up the sound — which could be uncomfortable. 

Digital hearing aids are much more advanced. They contain ‘amplifiers’. Essentially, amplifiers are computers that detect and process sounds, filtering out unwanted sounds and enriching wanted sounds with more detail. These settings can be adjusted depending on your hearing — so that it sounds just natural and feels completely right.

Digital hearing aids convert sound waves into digital signals and our whole world is digital. Meaning you can connect wirelessly to all of the digital devices around you, like with Bluetooth hearing aids. There’s also more technological choice. For example, you can get rechargeable digital hearing aids that don’t need batteries.

You’ll no longer need headphones to listen to music or to watch TV, and there will be no annoying feedback on the phone.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids come with an app you can download onto your smartphone, which you can use to discreetly and easily adjust the settings.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids are compatible with Android-based phones (using version 10.0 and above) and iPhones. Along with Apple’s iOS systems in general. Meaning you can connect seamlessly with all of your favourite smartphones and audio devices — including televisions and tablet computers.
And if you like, you can stream sounds to just one hearing aid. Keeping the other one free for sounds in the room.
If you have wireless hearing aids that don’t allow for direct streaming then you can get a Bluetooth hearing aid adapter called a ‘streamer’ to do this.
A streamer will provide a communications link between your wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device. Streamers are usually worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hands-free convenience.

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Fitted and fine-tuned digital hearing care by the experts.

Digital hearing aids are more often than not very stylish and small. We have an enormous range of great value digital hearing aids in every style and to meet every level of hearing loss.

And we can help you to choose the best type of digital hearing aids for your own circumstances. We’re offering FREE at-home hearing tests, hearing aid demos and trials. Choose us and one of our expert audiologists will arrive at a time and convenience of your choosing.

We’ll run through all the different models, their benefits and features, and we’ll fine-tune and fit one based on your hearing test results. And we’ll match it to your hair colour or skin tone so that it’s almost invisible.

All this is completely FREE and you are under no obligation to purchase.

Digital hearing aids are the future. They’ll make hearing much less of an effort, and really can be life-changing. Say goodbye to analogue hearing aids, and hello to better, more improved digital hearing aids.

Fitted and fine-tuned digital hearing care by the experts.

Digital hearing aids are more often than not very stylish and very small. We have an enormous range of great value digital hearing aids in every style and to meet every level of hearing loss you can think of.

And we can help you to choose the best type of digital hearing aids for your own circumstances. We’re offering FREE at-home hearing tests, hearing aid demos and trials. Choose us and one of our expert audiologists will arrive at a time and convenience of your choosing.

We’ll run through all the different models, their benefits and features, and we’ll fine-tune and fit one based on your hearing test results. And we’ll match it to your hair colour or skin tone so that it’s almost invisible.

All this is completely FREE and you are under no obligation to purchase.

Digital hearing aids are the future. They’ll make hearing much less of an effort, and really can be life-changing. Say goodbye to analogue hearing aids, and hello to better, more improved digital hearing aids.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      It all depends on your personal situation and preferences. Most people want their digital hearing aids to be: programmable, to have wireless connectivity, 360° directional microphones, and background noise cancellation features.

      Your audiologist will run through all of these features with you. So that you’ll know what you really want.

      Digital. The NHS provides digital hearing aids — though you might not get the model or style you want. The NHS tends to provide the bigger, behind-the-ear hearing aids. You might also have to wait much longer for them.

      Our digital hearing aid prices start at £995. Although because there are so many types, styles, benefits and features it is hard to give a precise number. Contact us and one of our experts will be happy to arrange a home visit to discuss various options.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      It all depends on your personal situation and preferences. Most people want their digital hearing aids to be: programmable, to have wireless connectivity, 360° directional microphones, and background noise cancellation features.

      Your audiologist will run through all of these features with you. So that you’ll know what you really want.

      Digital. The NHS provides digital hearing aids — though you might not get the model or style you want. The NHS tends to provide the bigger, behind-the-ear hearing aids. You might also have to wait much longer for them.

      Our digital hearing aid prices start at £995. Although because there are so many types, styles, benefits and features it is hard to give a precise number. Contact us and one of our experts will be happy to arrange a home visit to discuss various options.