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Hearing Aids

Hearing aids and their associated accessories are part of a much larger industry. The choices can be difficult for a first-time buyer. Hadassah Kupfer, Au.D, can help with some of the more difficult selections when choosing hearing devices. The user experience is just as important as the features provided by the products..

Styles of Hearing Aids

Picking the right style will let you take full advantage of its specific benefits. The drawbacks of picking the wrong style can reduce your listening experience. Current popular styles are in the ear (ITE), behind the ear (BTE), in the canal (ITC) and invisible in canal (IIC).

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Hearing Aid Batteries

Battery types are easy to identify for hearing aids. Using numbers and colors as a guide, users can easily install them without a problem. Rechargeable batteries are less restrictive and only require a compatible charging base. Four of the most used batteries are 675 (blue), 13 (orange), 312 (brown) and 10 (yellow). Each set has its own power rating but can only be used in compatible devices.

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Hearing Protection

Hearing aids improve hearing while hearing protection is for the preservation of hearing. Custom earmolds and earplugs are an essential product for any user. There are different types and features that have benefits for hobbies, professional and personal usage.

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Hearing Aid Products and Accessories by Manufacturer

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Developers of hearing aids are always looking for new and improved ways of making hearing aids better and more useful in people's lives. Bluetooth technology is being used to make it easier for hearing aid users to connect their hearing aids to various devices for improved sound quality directly from the sound source.

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Caption Call

Caption Call

Captioned telephones open up a brand-new world for clients that suffer from hearing loss. The hardware displays conversations in real-time on a large screen. This is a service that provides several customization options to fit the needs of hearing-impaired individuals.

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Listening And Communication Enhancement (LACE)

LACE

LACE is the brainchild of several Silicon Valley software veterans. It is a proprietary Auditory Training program that retrains the brain to comprehend speech. This is beneficial in multiple real-life situations where environmental noise impacts daily hearing.

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Oticon

Oticon

Oticon is a Denmark based hearing aid manufacturer that makes smart hearing aids. They distribute worldwide, providing cutting edge products with the help of over 3,000 employees. By concentrating on the importance of speech, they create hardware that adjusts when needed.

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Resound

ReSound

ReSound is another popular Denmark based hearing aid manufacturer. They service over 80 countries and are considered one of the leaders in the industry. ReSound modernized the remote microphone and iSolate Nanotech technology found in several of their top devices.

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Starkey

Starkey

Starkey is one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world. The American based company has more than 6,000 active employees and serves over a hundred worldwide markets. With a catalog of hearing devices that keeps growing, Starkey has something for everyone.

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Unitron

Unitron

Unitron is another U.S. based company on the list that distributes advanced hearing aid products. Their range goes beyond the basic hearing instruments and dips into telescopes, microscopes, binoculars and other accessories. This makes Unitron a fantastic choice for users that want compatibility with other personal products.

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Widex

Widex

In 1956, Danish-based company Widex was jointly founded by the Topholm and Westermann families. Despite growing to become the sixth-largest hearing aid manufacturer in the world, it is still family-owned. Their products are top tier, with several features being exclusive to the brand.

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