Hearing aids are very personal devices, often tailored to the needs of the person who wears them. While some features are fundamental and common to all hearing aids, such as amplifying sound waves and channeling them into the ear canal, advancements in technology have not only enhanced these features but also allowed for the introduction new ones. For example, you may connect some hearing aids to virtual assistants, like Siri or Alexa, through the hearing aid microphone.
Wireless hearing aids allow users to connect to their smartphones, tablets, televisions and virtual assistants directly to the hearing aid. This fundamental feature, made possible by new technologies, enables individuals with hearing impairments to live more independently.
Additionally, the concept of 'streaming sound directly from your devices' has also become widespread, allowing users with hearing impairments to listen to audio content directly through their hearing aids.
The newest generation of hearing aids have essential features for music and outdoor enthusiasts. In fact, they can be personalised to enhance some sounds rather than others, ensuring a rich and uninterrrupted listening experience.
A standard disposable battery typically lasts from 3 to 22 days. However, thanks to technological advances, many hearing aids now come with rechargeable batteries, offering a more convenient and eco-friendly alternative to disposable ones.
Modern hearing aids feature voice recognition technology that can distinguish and process the wearer's voice separately from other sounds and voices. This capability ensures natural sound quality, improving the overall hearing experience by enhancing all other sounds. This advanced technology allows for effortless adaptation and offers long-term satisfaction for the user.
The latest technologies have led to the development of next-generation hearing aids that offer several benefits, such as:
Thanks to these advances, these individuals can enjoy a more natural and effortless hearing experience.
Amplifon's hearing care professionals are happy to help you find the best hearing solution for you. Learn everything you need to know about the features and fit of your future hearing aid.