183 Center Road Venice, FL 34285

Appointments: (941) 496-9277

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styles of hearing aids

Behind The Ear

Receiver In Canal

Receiver In Canal

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This is the standard style for power and performance.  Cosmetics are not the priority, but durability and reliability are.

Receiver In Canal

Receiver In Canal

Receiver In Canal

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Most of the benefits of Behind The Ear with more cosmetic appeal.

In The Ear

Receiver In Canal

In The Canal

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Power and performance in a custom all in the ear package.  Larger battery and more options than smaller custom products.

In The Canal

Completely In Canal

In The Canal

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Smaller version of the In The Ear instrument.  Fewer options than the larger model with shorter battery life, but less noticeable.

Completely In Canal

Completely In Canal

Completely In Canal

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Very discrete.  Shorter battery life and fewer options than larger instruments.

Mic In Helix

Completely In Canal

Completely In Canal

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A hybrid of the Completely In Canal and In The Ear.  Benefits from natural acoustics of outer ear.

Options and Accessories

Television Streamer

iPhone and Android Apps

iPhone and Android Apps

Attach a wireless transmitter to your television to stream directly into your hearing aids (some aids are direct and some are through a worn device)

iPhone and Android Apps

iPhone and Android Apps

iPhone and Android Apps

Control everything from volume to fine tuning of your hearing aids directly from your smart phone.  Even geotag preferred settings and find lost hearing aids with your app.  Anything you can hear from your phone you can stream directly to your hearing aids.

Remote Controls

iPhone and Android Apps

Remote Microphones

For some people it is difficult to adjust hearing aids while on their ear.  With a remote control you can change programs and volume with the touch of a button.

Remote Microphones

Directional Microphones

Remote Microphones

Transmit from up to 80-feet away directly into your hearing aids.  Great for couples who cannot always be in the same room.

Telecoils

Directional Microphones

Directional Microphones

A telecoil allows you to link into a loop system in churches or theaters that are equipped.  This can be fit into most hearing aids larger than a Completely In Canal aid.

Directional Microphones

Directional Microphones

Directional Microphones

Directional Microphones are used to identify the direction sound is coming from.  The more advanced circuits allow both hearing aids to work together filtering out speech from background noise.  Size is a limitation for placement of microphones.