Different technology for hearing aids
Technology is an important element for a hearing aid. The level of technological advancement influences the hearing aid’s ability to analyze the sound and reduce the presence of unwanted noise. More advanced is the technology, the better the sound quality. Depending on your needs, we offer four levels of technology.
The core technology enables automatic and digital models to hear sounds in relatively quiet places. This technology requires standard settings of the hearing aid.
Automatic and digital models can consolidate the latest intermediate technology. It allows more flexibility as to the settings of the hearing aid. In addition, it results in better hearing comfort and better sound quality.
This technology is available for both automatic and advanced digital models. You benefit from a wide array of adjustment settings for your hearing aid. In addition, the advanced technology offers superior quality in the detection of sounds and background noise. It also enhances speech to a natural level and a reduction of ambient noise and impact noise as well.
This is the highest performing technology. It is available for the latest generation of fully automatic and digital models. It offers a multitude of possibilities for adjustments of your hearing aid. The speech enhancement is comparable to the human ear. In addition, it provides an automatic noise reduction for a great listening experience.
Each person is as unique as their hearing. Therefore, we will present you with different hearing solutions and advise you on the most suitable technology for your personal needs in order to significantly improve your quality of life.
Two ears are better than one
The importance of a binaural hearing aid
Hearing is a complex system: your ears pick up sounds and your brain interprets them. Your ears work together to allow your brain to understand what is happening around you, for example, by helping you cross the road safely or by knowing what direction to turn when someone is calling you. Mobilizing both ears allows you to locate the source of the sound. Thus focusing on the conversation that interests you, while ignoring any unwanted sounds.
Better sound quality (High Definition.)
Facilitates understanding in noisy environments.
Improves understanding in a group because you can hear sounds from each side.
Keeps both ears active, which helps keep discrimination (understanding words.).
Requires much less effort and listening becomes more natural and balanced.
Helps preserve long-term hearing.
Helps to maintain the speed of sound discrimination, letters, and therefore words.
More balanced listening, you no longer need to turn your head to hear.
Sound localization and speech is not possible with a single hearing aid.
Allows you to hear over a greater distance.