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http://hearing-aids-everett-wa.com One of the few down sides to wearing most hearing aid styles is that you can’t put anything else in your ears at the same time.

http://hearing-aids-everett-wa.com One of the few down sides to wearing most hearing aid styles is that you can’t put anything else in your ears at the same time.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Accessories
    That Connect To Hearing Aids
  • 3. One of the few down sides to wearing most hearing aid styles is that you can’t put anything else in your ears at the same time.
  • 4. Consumers have been asking for a solution, and finally manufacturers are listening.
  • 5. Bluetooth technology is a short-range wireless radio technology that allows electronic devices to securely connect to one another without wires.
  • 6. Bluetooth allows hearing aids to communicate with hands-free devices, such as a music player and cell phone.
  • 7. Phonak uses a device called the iCom, which operates similarly to the Streamer. It also uses induction to the hearing aid T-coil with a device that is worn around the neck.
  • 8. ReSound’sAlera hearing aids can use the Unite accessories to connect to TV and cell phone without the use of a neck-worn accessory.
  • 9. The newest wireless hearing aid on the market is the Widex Clear. Currently it is only available in the standard Behind-The-Ear and Receiver-In-The-Canal styles.
  • 10. First, talk things over with your audiologist. By working together, you can determine whether or not new hearing aids would be a good fit for you.