Entry Level Digital To Higher End Programmable Digital

Analogue and digital hearing aids look very similar, but they process sound differently.

Analogue aids amplify the acoustic signal to electrical signals and produce amplified sound, while digital aids use a Processor to convert the acoustic signals to digital signals and produce clear, digitally amplified sounds. This means it is possible to customise the aid to suit your hearing loss very precisely. Many digital aids can be programmed with different settings for different sound environments, for example a quiet living room or a crowded restaurant. Some even switch settings automatically to suit the environment.

Digital hearing aids are designed to reduce background noise, which makes listening in noisy places more comfortable. They are also less likely to 'whistle' or give feedback.

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