Tiny, Versatile and Powerful
Hearing aid technology has advanced incredibly in the last decade. Today’s hearing aids are a long way from the bulky devices of the past, with more processing power than the average computer! Modern hearing aids are revolutionary and able to tackle even the most complex listening situations. Sounds become clearer, more natural, and listening effort is reduced. With better hearing comes easier communication and deeper connections with loved ones, greatly improving quality of life.
What do hearing aids offer
Natural Hearing – Traditionally, hearing aids were used to simply make all sounds louder. However, this is not how natural hearing works. Modern hearing aids amplify quiet sounds to make them audible again, but do not over amplify loud sounds. This allows a hearing aid user to preserve their individual perception of loudness and creates a natural sound balance.
Speech Understanding – When it comes to understand speech our brain plays an important role by filtering out unimportant sounds while focusing on important or the most meaningful sounds. Modern hearing aids work to replicate this natural processing strategy, with the goal being clear speech signals even in challenging listening environments.
Spatial Hearing – Our ability to locate and identify sounds from our environment that surrounds us depends on spatial hearing awareness. Modern hearing aids support users to recognize sounds and where they are coming from which is very important for us to feel alert and aware of our surrounding environment.