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This entry was posted on 16th October 2018 by Gary.
Wearable technology for the hard of hearing predates some of today's most popular devices. Hearing aids are one of the oldest forms of wearables, but now, they are more powerful and smarter. In this blog post, we guide you through the top devices, as well as showcase the essential hard of hearing items you need to improve both your hearing and quality of life.
When you think of wearable technology, your mind may jump straight to 21st-century inventions such as smartwatches or fitness and health trackers. But, in fact, hearing aids are the true innovator. Yes, watches were one of the very first and most common wearables, but as tech advances, so do creations. And, this very much includes the world of audiology. Today, hearing loss is experienced by millions of people across the globe. With varying levels of impairments, some wearable devices may be more appropriate or effective for managing hearing loss. Other than a hearing aid, depending on your need, assistive listening devices exist to deliver the sounds you love directly to you.
Digital hearing aids were introduced prior to the calculator watch, which is one of the earliest wearable devices to be globally adopted. Since then, the calculator watch has faded away as smartphones continue to boom. Likewise, digital hearing aids continue to advance, improve, and contain a greater deal of fundamental features.
At Hearing Direct, affordable hearing aids are our speciality. The HD 250 is one of our most popular pieces of wearable technology for the hard of hearing. Fully-loaded with the most essential hearing aid functions, the HD 250 is an all-around device. Ideal for managing mild to moderate losses, the device is also so small and lightweight, you'll even forget you're wearing it. Better yet, you do not need a medical approval or subscription - simply order online and the device is ready to wear on arrival. For a complete and more pleasurable hearing experience, you may need to combine multiple devices to enjoy the sounds you love.
Alongside a hearing aid, wearable technology for the hard of hearing opens up more avenues for an immersive listening experience. We dispense a key selection of devices with the sole purpose of enhancing sounds for those with hearing impairments.
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Some of the most beneficial wearable technology comes in the form of assistive listening devices (ALDs). ALDs is the umbrella term for a range of items that direct and deliver amplified sounds to your person. This includes the likes of:
The Geemarc CL7350 wireless TV listener connects to the latest televisions, media players, and smartphones (which offer digital optical output), providing high-quality stereo sound. You can be sure to enjoy the very best sound quality with no distracting interference for you or others. The wearable device is worn around the neck, and its lightweight design ensures it hangs comfortably without causing strain. Furthermore, you may wish to consider a Phonak Compilot. The device is worn around the neck and boasts up to 24 hours of streaming time per battery cycle. It is compatible with most Phonak hearing aids and can be used alongside the Phonak TV link to turn your hearing aids into a set of wireless headphones.
At Hearing Direct, we dispense a wide range of hearing aid accessories for a broad selection of models including branded devices. Other than wearables, you may require other components to ensure that you can continue to enjoy the sounds you love. You can browse our web store and shop for the following:
You can check for hearing loss right now with our online hearing test. It is free, takes a matter of minutes, and the results are instant. Results will indicate if you should take further action to look after your hearing. We strongly recommend that if you do have any concerns, that you consult a medical professional or licensed audiologist for clinical testing.
We are one of the world's leading specialists on all things hearing. At Hearing Direct, our expert team with countless years of industry experience is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the hard of hearing. If you have any questions on hearing impaired wearables, get in touch and we will be more than happy to assist.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids, TV Headphones and tagged tv headphones, hearing aids, Hearing loss, USA on 16th October 2018 by Gary.
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