Super Hearing for Noisy Environments
It’s frustrating. The waitress is talking to you. You try to hear, but her words are drowned out by the din of the crowd. You're tired of asking people to repeat themselves. And it usually doesn't help when they do. In the end, you point to something on the menu you hope won't raise any questions.
Difficulty hearing in noisy environments is the number one complaint from people who suffer with hearing loss. Coming up with a solution hasn't been easy. But breakthroughs in hearing technology have brought us a solution at last. Read on!
Manufacturers spent decades working to develop hearing aid technology with the ability to focus on speech, while filtering out unwanted noise. Mostly, their efforts fell short. The trouble was, past generations of miniaturized computer processors simply weren’t up to the formidable task of singling out a desired sound source from a roomful of noise and emancipating it from the surrounding clamor.
But vast improvements in the speed of miniature processors have transformed hearing aids from simple hearing aids into something more akin to powerful mini-computers small enough to fit in your ear. Today's new smart hearing aids can intelligently focus on, amplify, and accentuate what you want to hear, while simultaneously reducing background noise.
And smart hearing aids offer an array of new features and conveniences which simply weren't possible before now. For example, Bluetooth compatibility means users can have phone conversations through their devices. They can also listen to television programs, audiobooks and podcasts through their hearing aids, allowing them to turn up the volume without inconveniencing other people in the room.
Another significant benefit of smart hearing aids is the new breakthrough of remote programming. With a “Virtual Office Visit,” users can have their hearing aids configured and fine-tuned by a licensed Top Notch Hearing professional, from the comfort of their home.
Go to www.TalkAboutHearing.com to schedule an appointment to discuss your hearing. The call usually lasts about 15-20 minutes.
Don't Worry - THIS IS NOT a high-pressure sales call. We hate high pressure and refuse to be "salesmen".
It is simply a chance to answer any questions you may have and offer suggestions based on your unique situation.
(It is helpful to have a copy of your hearing test results — but not required)