Our Top Hearing Aids
Top-Rated Hearing Instruments for 2020
What are Hearing Aids?
Hearing aids can add tremendous enjoyment to a person’s life. Unlike what you may have experienced with your grandparents old hearing aids that whistle and simply put, didn’t work well. Today’s hearing aids feature technology that adds to your quality of life. While all hearing aids use 4 main components such as the microphone, amplifier, receiver (the speaker) and power supply the flexibility of each technology can differ greatly.
What Type of Hearing Aid is Best for Me?
This is the all-time most popular question we get asked. The answer is simple, “what is your lifestyle and what is your budget?” Our advice is, get the best technology you can afford that matches your lifestyle. See below our Lifestyle Video for help with choosing the best technology for you.
Our Favorite Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Unitron Discover Jump
Signia Styletto Connect
Hearing Aid Styles
Deciding on which hearing aid is best for you can be overwhelming, to say the least. The very first step is to decide on the model or size of hearing aid that will be best for you. There are several sizes as listed below. Consider dexterity and ease of changing batteries if not rechargeable.
The smaller the hearing aid, the more discreet it is. You may lose some functionality due to size. As you progress up in size you may gain more in control options. One thing is for sure if you can gain more power needed for greater losses.
Choose Technology Based On Your Lifestyle
Your Lifestyle vs Technology
Understanding your lifestyle absolutely matters when it comes to choosing the right technology for you. This is one of the biggest mistakes most people make when it comes to choosing a hearing aid.
Check out our video on what you should consider and how to choose the right technology that will help you in the different environments you are most commonly in.
Our advice is only to buy the technology you need. It’s as simple as that!
Single-Sided Hearing Loss Options
Do you only have good hearing in one ear? Have you ever been told that you have a “dead ear”?
Good news! At Hearing Group, we have plenty of options for single-sided deafness. The greatest struggle is hearing from your poorer ear side. Say bye-bye to those days because with modern technology we can reroute the signal to your better ear.
We have two great options, CROS and BiCROS hearing solutions.