Digital and Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Two becomes one

Wireless technology means that two hearing aids (one in each ear) can communicate with each other and operate in unison as one complete hearing solution, to give you the best listening experience possible. This technology also means hearing aids can effortlessly connect to other wireless and Bluetooth devices around you, to stream sound directly into your ears. So your family can hear the TV at the volume they want, whilst you’re able to adjust the volume to be as loud or as quiet as you want, by connecting your hearing aids to your TV.

Power at your fingertips

The very latest in hearing aid apps developed by the leading manufacturers, mean you have the power at your fingertips to tailor what you hear, even in the most challenging and noisy listening environments. By connecting your hearing aids via Bluetooth to your Apple or Android smartphone, you can control your hearing aid settings through the app on your phone.

Improving your health

With ground-breaking technology, some models are even looking after your physical and cognitive health, as well as your hearing! Like the award winning 2022 release of the Starkey Evolv AI 2400 Edge, winner of Time magazine’s 100 Best Inventions. The Evolv AI Edge keeps you engaged and your brain active, so you can enjoy a healthy social life and plenty of social interaction, which in turn, reduces stress and helps prevent depression.

This remarkable hearing solution tracks your steps and movement to help you maintain and increase your physical activity. And with life-saving fall detection that alerts your chosen close contacts, it will keep you safe and help you stay independent too

Simple to use and maintain

Digital development has resulted in superior hearing aids that are easy to use and maintain. They have added functionality, produce a richer, more natural sound and are generally smaller and more discreet. Most are also rechargeable and do not need batteries.

Compare digital and analog hearing aids

Analog hearing aids Digital hearing aids
Sound signals Continuous and uniform Multiple layers of sound
Ability to adapt to different sound environments X
Background noise reduction X
Natural-sounding speech X
Can be customized to suit your hearing loss X
Can pair and stream sound with other devices No Yes

Why choose digital?

  • Enriched sound
  • Customised listening experience
  • Enhanced comfort and less feedback
  • Variable tone and volume
  • Effortless sound streaming from your phone, music system and TV
  • Incredibly discreet to wear

How to choose a digital bluetooth hearing aid

With so many options to choose from, it can be bewildering knowing what will suit you best. Your local Audiologist will be able to advice you on which digital Bluetooth hearing aids are best suited to your specific hearing loss, your lifestyle and the common challenges you face in different listening environments. They will also explain all the different features of digital and Bluetooth hearing aids, so you can compare.

As independent Audiologists, you’re assured of unbiased advise that best suits your needs, and a comprehensive range of hearing aids from all the leading brands.