Modern Solutions For All Types of Hearing Loss
Thanks to advances in technology, hearing products are designed to be more compatible with our lives than ever before. In addition to hearing aids, there are a number of products that make living and communicating with hearing loss easier to manage, so you never miss a beat.
Bluetooth technology is built into many devices that require wireless connectivity. By using the Bluetooth standard, hearing aids become instantly compatible with thousands of devices worldwide. There are no complicated setup steps necessary to stream audio wirelessly over Bluetooth enabled devices.More on Bluetooth-enabled Hearing Aids
Although the FCC now requires that hearing aid compatible (HAC) cell phones meet strict guidelines for quality, some hearing aid users wish to further improve their cell phone experience. Add-on devices and cell phone accessories can make cell phones even more compatible with hearing aids.More on Cell Phone Accessories for Hearing Aids
Each hearing aid style has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Within each group is a subcategory that expands specific features. Currently, the most popular styles are invisible in the canal, in the ear and behind the ear, with each having their own variances in size and wear.More on Hearing Aid Styles
Hearing Product Guide
Curious About Hearing Technology, but Not Sure Where to Start?
With so many styles and options, it can be difficult to know which products will suit your needs. Our Consumer Guide to Hearing Aids provides an in-depth breakdown of the different types of hearing devices, as well as the technology available for all types of hearing loss.
Oticon Hearing Products
The high processing power of Oticon Opn hearing aids improves a user’s ability to understand speech. In noisy environments, this is a big help when deciphering sound. Soundscape methods have been improved with several products in their main lineup.View All Products
Phonak Hearing Products
Phonak is still making waves with the Audeo Marvel, Virto B-Titanium and CROS B-R. Combined with accessories and the myPhonak app, it is a complete hearing experience. Phonak continues to provide great hardware and software choices for hearing aid users.View All Products
ReSound Hearing Products
The LiNX Quattro provides fantastic sound quality in multiple settings. ReSound has a large catalog of accessories to pair with the LiNX Quattro to further enhance its features. With the ReSound Smart 3D app, several of ReSound’s hearing aids get additional functionality.View All Products
Signia Hearing Products
Signia produces hearing products for personal and professional use. Bluetooth and rechargeable technology are the highlights of their best choices. The entire Signia Nx lineup is based around modern technology, comfort and a deep sense of style.View All Products
Starkey Hearing Aids
One of the deepest hearing aid catalogs in the world comes from Starkey. Starkey is also the creator of the first Healthable hearing aid, an intelligent feature of the new Livio AI. Advanced sensors monitor body and brain health of hearing aid users in emergency situations.View All Products
Jabra Enhance Plus
For many people with hearing loss, starting off with traditional hearing aids can feel like a big step. The Jabra EnhanceTM Plus is designed to help those with early symptoms start addressing their hearing loss. These advanced, medical-grade earbuds help amplify sound while fitting seamlessly into your lifestyle.View All Products
Make Protection a Priority
Protecting your ears from noise damage is essential to healthy hearing. We carry a wide variety of options equipped with the latest features and customizations, so you can find the best fit for your lifestyle.
Hearing protection is used to prevent harmful noise from damaging the ears. They provide specialty features based on the activity they were made for. Custom earmolds and earplugs enhance the usefulness of hearing protection accessories.More on Hearing Protection
Assistive Listening Technology
Additional Tools to Support Clear Communication
You don’t have to rely on hearing aids alone; assistive listening technology and compatible devices can help bring more clarity to conversations and are another great way to foster healthy communication and connections.