Technology that adapts to your lifestyle.

Hearing aid technology has come a long way. With innovative features and compact sizes, today’s hearing aids can be programmed to adapt perfectly to your lifestyle and unique hearing needs.

You’ll be able to carry on conversations in loud places without straining, enjoy music and the sounds of nature, and even hear better watching TV or talking on the phone.

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Digital Hearing Aids

Hearing aid technology has changed a lot over the past few decades, but at their core, hearing aids have always been made of four basic parts: a microphone, a processor, a receiver and a power source.

Virtually all hearing aids on the market today are digital. A digital hearing aid is a hearing aid device that receives sound and digitizes it (breaks sound waves up into very small, discrete units) prior to amplification. A traditional analog hearing aid simply makes the sound wave larger to make sounds louder.