Hearing aids can create a customizable and comforting sound stimulus that can be fine-tuned to soothe the unique, irritating sounds a tinnitus sufferer hears. This feature is available in many models and technology levels.
Aids are docked in a charger nightly and are at full charge and ready to go for the next day. Charging can be fully accomplished in 3 hours or less and a charge will typically last 24-30 hours, thus easily providing a full day of function without losing power. Rechargeable aids are availabe in ITC, ITE, RIC, and BTE styles
Each hearing aid is rated for ingress potential (IP). This is the likelihood of dust or moisture breaching the case and accessing the electronics of the device. Battery powered aids have a lower IP rating and thus are more likely to suffer malfunction from moisture or dust. Rechargeable devices are sealed and thus have a higher IP rating, making them more durable again dust or moisture intrusion.
Attaches to your TV and streams the audio signal wirelessly to your hearing aids. Allows the hearing aid user to customize the TV volume without affecting what others in the room can hear.
Portable devices that you can clip to a shirt or set by a TV and be distant from the sound but still hear it as if you were standing right next to it. These work great for hearing in the car or hearing across large spaces.
Portable devices that allow amplification from multiple sound sources at once. The user can tap the device and indicate which microphones are active in order to best hear people at table gatherings. This technology packs a lot of function into a tiny device.