Hearing Technology

With today’s advancing technologies, digital hearing aids can now perform feats that were not thought possible less than a decade ago.

Researchers and hearing instrument manufacturers are now firmly focused on digital and hybrid technologies that enable circuit manipulation by electronically accessed controls.

This means that a hearing aid connects to a computer via a programming cable. This enables the manufacturer to build into the hearing aid more control points and features that would otherwise not be possible with manual adjustments.

Digital hearing aids are now of much greater benefit to the user as the circuit layout is far smaller than previous technologies. Consequently, this means that hearing aids can now be manufactured with size in mind, including cosmetic considerations, and with more features and options. This means enhanced results and greater beneficial outcomes for users. Digital electronic circuits are also renowned for their reliability, stability and high fidelity amplification.