Going Digital with Your Hearing Aids

Going Digital with Your Hearing Aids

What comes to mind when you think about advanced digital technology? Of course, the latest smartphones, lifelike computer graphics, and even initiatives like virtual reality and artificial intelligence come to mind for most people. However, you can find some of the most significant breakthroughs in tiny digital technology in the current generation of digital hearing aids, which may surprise you.

Hearing aid technology has advanced dramatically in tandem with digital improvements, making it more powerful and effective than ever. In addition, hearing aids have become more nuanced and adaptive due to digital sound processing, while hearing aid size has shrunk and become more unobtrusive. Let’s take a look at some of the significant benefits that digital hearing aids provide.

Sound Tailored To Your Needs

It was pretty much ‘one size fits all’ in prior versions of “analog” non-digital hearing aids. These hearing aids merely amplified sound waves to make them easier to hear. Although the volumes could be tweaked a little, the sound management still left a lot to be desired.

Digital sound management has advanced at the same rate as digital cameras, with increased power and resolution. In addition, digital sound can augment specific sound waves, resulting in improved sound balance. Advances in sound balancing have made it much easier to distinguish speech from background noise. In addition, adjusting your hearing aids for different settings has become more user-friendly and often automatic, thanks to digital sound.

Feedback and other annoying sounds have become less common as a result of using digital sound. In addition, hearing aids with digital sound technology that effectively dampens wind noise are also being produced for active lifestyles.

Digital sound is a long-term investment in your hearing health. For the most trustworthy technologies and developments, look to industry leaders. Our team can assist you in identifying customized technology that is appropriate for your hearing needs and lifestyle.

Streaming Your Favorite Content To Your Hearing Aids

Sound is most easily heard and understood when sent directly into the ear canal, especially in complex and noisy surroundings. With the emergence of telecoil loops — closed-loop audio systems where sound could be delivered to hearing aids with telecoil receivers – older hearing aids began to factor this in. Many public locations and organizations still use telecoil systems. 

But the world of digital hearing aids has offered a better solution. Many new hearing aids are designed to work with smartphones and other electronic devices. Through digital connections, hearing aids may now broadcast phone calls, television sound, and even your doorbell directly into your ear canal. If you’re concerned that hearing loss will disrupt your social life, streaming audio is a terrific way to stay in touch.

Streaming sound brings up a whole new world of convenience with smartphone connectivity. You can use streaming audio to get driving instructions or use sound therapy for tinnitus alleviation. Innovative technology can save your hearing preferences for different areas and then immediately load them when you return to that spot. You can handle the many scenarios you find yourself in with ease and finesse with the help of digital technology.

A More Streamlined Hearing Aid

Digital technology has dramatically increased sound quality and capability and made hearing aids more wearable. Gone are the days when hearing aids were conspicuous and buky. The limits of how compact and inconspicuous hearing technology may have been pushed by digital technology.

Hearing devices that are as small as a pea and fit completely and discreetly into the ear canal are now available to people with mild to moderate hearing loss. 

The most common hearing aid design is of a small microphone, processor, and receiver tucked behind the ear and connected with clear tubing to an earmold that sends sound to your ear.

Digital hearing aids take advantage of technological advancements to deliver exceptional performance in a very tiny package. Small sound processing systems and tiny but susceptible microphones and receivers are included in well-built digital hearing aids. As a result, your hearing aid will blend in with your appearance as well as your natural hearing style.

Treating Hearing Loss

Are you interested in learning more about what digital hearing aids can do for you? Then, it’s time to call us to schedule an appointment. We take pride in our dedication to customer service, and we will work with you to locate the best hearing solutions for your needs.