Hearing Aid Guide
What makes a hearing aid?
Here’s a basic breakdown of how a hearing aid works:
- The microphone collects sound and transforms it into an electrical signal.
- The receiver collects the electrical signals from the amplifier and transforms them back into sound.
- The amplifier between the microphone and the receiver raises the signal of the sound before sending to the receiver.
- The recipient then sends the sound to your ears.
Digital hearing aids
The emergence of digital signal processing has totally reinvented hearing aids, allowing researchers and producers to considerably improve the experience of wearing hearing aids.
These contemporary hearing aids form the majority of the instruments available today and have several advantages, including:
- Improved voice comprehension in busy environments
- Increased feedback-free gain
- Better speech comprehension
- The ability to adjust instrument settings to suit particular hearing needs
Types of hearing aids
Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) / Receiver-In-Ear (RITE)
In-the-canal (ITC) / completely-in-the-canal (CIC)
Hearing Aid Batteries
Whatever the type, model or manufacturer, a wide range of hearing aid accessories are available to improve the hearing aid experience.
- Most contemporary hearing aids are Bluetooth-enabled which means that the hearing aid can be connected to other electronic devices such as your smartphone or TV.
- Remote controls can enable users to set and alter hearing aid settings without using a tiny dial or button. This is especially useful for smaller types of hearing aids.
- Small, wireless microphones can really help improve speech comprehension during important conversations in noisy environments.
We offer a complete range of hearing aid accessories to help you get the best out of your hearing aid.