History Of Hearing Aids Starting From the Hearing Trumpt To the Tiny Device Behind the Ear
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History Of Hearing Aids Starting From the Hearing Trumpt To the Tiny Device Behind the Ear

History Of Hearing Trumpet In earlier times, from the 13th to 18th centuries, people who are partially deaf used Ear trumpets. Jean Leurechon, the French Jesuit priest and mathematician invented the Ear trumpet and began manufacturing ear trumpets in the 1810s. This instrument is a funnel-shaped device. Hearing and responding happens via sound which travels…

How AI-Powered Hearing Aids Can Help You Hear Better?
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How AI-Powered Hearing Aids Can Help You Hear Better?

AI-Powered Hearing Aids In AI-powered hearing aids, AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. As hearing aids have become available in smart ways, there are many options to get the perfect one. Listening in a noisy and disturbing environment becomes more challenging for people with hearing loss. But the Artificial Intelligence-powered hearing aids give the ultimate never-before…

Features of a Perfect Smartphone for Hearing Aid Users?
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Features of a Perfect Smartphone for Hearing Aid Users?

Technology and Hearing Aids Hearing aids nowadays are more advanced than ever! There is a possibility to pair hearing aids with a variety of Smartphones. Advanced technology such as Bluetooth Rechargeable Hearing Aids, Programmable Hearing Aids, Oticon Rechargeable Hearing Aids, etc offer incredible features in both android operated and iOS operated Smartphone.  Features of a…

Hearing Loss Basics
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Hearing Loss Basics

Signs Of Hearing Loss When you are unable to hear in one or both of your ears, wholly or partially is said to be hearing loss. Symptoms of hearing loss may include: The foremost sign people may notice muffling of speech Facing difficulty in understanding during background noise or a crowd Struggling to hear when…

Rechargeable Hearing Aids
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Rechargeable Hearing Aids

What is a Rechargeable Hearing Aid? Rechargeable hearing aids have built-in batteries that can be recharged using a charging unit. It doesn’t require removal or disposal of batteries as in the case of traditional hearing aids. Expertly designed hearing aids are so advanced that they are nearly invisible in-the-Canal Rechargeable Hearing Aids. Here are some…

Bluetooth Hearing Aid
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Bluetooth Hearing Aid

“Listening is not merely talking. It means taking a vigorous interest in what is being told to us.” as quoted by Andrew Miller. What are Bluetooth hearing aids? Bluetooth style hearing aid is one of the most sophisticated technology hearing aids that bring a seamless listening experience. With its advanced features, Bluetooth device for hearing…