Hearing aid accessories like amplified phones, TV streamers, and remote microphones are designed to help you engage with all the sounds around you.
Using assistive listening devices can help you hear the sounds of everyday life. These devices can make it easier to hear conversations on the phone, the TV, and even hear clearly from a distance with the use of microphones. Learn more about the features of some of these accessories below. If you want to find out if you could benefit from any hearing aid accessories, contact your local Bay Audiology clinic.
When a person has hearing loss, having phone conversations can become more difficult. Hearing-impaired phones or amplified phones can help make telephone interactions a lot easier. They amplify sounds making it easier to hear and have large buttons which are suitable for visually impaired people or people with limited dexterity.
The TV Streamer enables you to stream audio from your TV or other electronic sources directly to your hearing aids. It offers high sound quality and is easy to connect. Your family will be free to set their own volume settings, while you can adjust the volume to a level that suits you through the hearing aids that are connected to the streamer.
A remote microphone is a small device that connects directly to your hearing aids, making it easier for you to keep up with the conversation in other environments. It picks up the sound you want to hear and streams it directly to your hearing aids, overcoming background noise and distance to make speech sound clear.
Amplified phones are useful devices for those with hearing loss and hearing aids to hear better over the phone. Learn more about how amplified phones work and how they can help you communicate with loved ones.
Regularly checking your hearing quality is an important step in maintaining your overall health and wellness. This is a good place to start on your hearing health and the test involves checking your hearing in 6 different social scenarios.