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Invisible Hearing Aids

For hearing aid wearers, their greatest concern is whether or not the devices will be seen by others. Recent studies found out that people with hearing impairment are 40% more likely to buy a hearing aid if it will be invisible. Additionally, more than 48% of people with hearing impairment but are yet to use hearing aids say that they are put off by the stigma associated with hearing aids.

With time, hearing aid manufacturers have come up with cosmetic options that are suitable for pretty much all classes of users. The new devices ensure comfort, and their overall design and feel gives the satisfaction needed for daily use.

About Invisible Hearing Aids

They are usually referred to as IIC (Invisible in the Canal) devices. They are the smallest possible hearing aids so far. They fit deep in the wearer’s canal, making them almost invisible. These are the perfect options for those who are self-conscious or afraid of the stigma that is associated with hearing impairment.

The Benefits of Invisible Hearing Aids

There are so many reasons why these invisible devices are fast becoming people’s favorite. Some of the most common reasons why people go for them include the following.

Natural Sound Quality

Apart from being invisible, IIC devices bring out the natural sound quality as they are buried deep in the ear. In most cases, devices that are outside the canal have their wires and tubes in the way, which impede the quality of sound entering the ear. IICs’ placement allows sound localization which provide for a more natural sound quality.

They Are Very Efficient

Among all hearing aids, the IIC devices are placed closest to the eardrum. This means that they do not require as much power as other devices in order to get to the same level of loudness. This low power also reduces the residual sound energy in the year which curbs negative feedback especially when speaking on phone.

Top Hearing Aid Manufacturers

If you want to get the best hearing aids, you need to know the reliable companies from which you can buy. It is important to note that there is a huge difference between a supplier and a manufacturer.

While it may be obvious to some, it is good to note that a manufacturer is the company that designs, develops, licenses and manufactures the hearing aids. It is good to note that sometimes the parts are manufactured in one country and assembled in another country. However, here are the top hearing aids manufacturers today. 

Starkey

This is one of the major hearing aid manufacturers globally. Based in Minnesota USA, Starkey was founded in 1967, and have since developed NuEar, Audibel and Micro Tech brands. It is the company that first created the IIC device.

ReSound

This company was founded in 1943 in Danavox and has its headquarters in Denmark. ReSound owns the Interton brand of hearing aids. It is the first ever company to create the first open-ear hearing device. It is also the first company to introduce LiNX, hearing aids made for iPods, iPads and iPhones.

Siemens

This is a multifaceted technology company based in Germany. While it is known for other electronic devices, Siemens began commercial production of hearing aids in 1913 and now owns the Rexton brand and manufactures the Miracle Ear brand for retail outlets. It is the company that created the first ever shockproof, waterproof and dustproof digital hearing aids and spearheaded integration of Bluetooth in hearing aids.

Widex

Founded in 1956, Widex has grown exponentially and become one of the most innovative manufacturers of hearing aids. The company has its headquarters in Denmark. It is the company that manufactured the world’s first ever fully digital IIC device. It also developed the first ever hearing device for babies.

Sonova

With its headquarters in Switzerland today, Sonova was founded in 1947. The company owns Unitron, Lyric and Phonak brands and recently acquired Advanced Bionics, cochlear implant developer. The company also owns the Connect retail chain (primarily dealing in hearing aids).

It is important to note that the distinction between manufacturers and retailers is increasingly getting blurred. What is clear, however, is that manufacturers are putting in a lot of effort in securing their own routes in the market.

In Conclusion

When buying an invisible hearing aid, it is important to do some research to ensure that you pick a device that will best suit your circumstances. Heck out the features of a device against your preferences and lifestyle. For example, if you like swimming, you might want to choose a waterproof device. Check the warranty and other aspects such as battery life before making a purchase. It helps to enlist the help of your doctor.

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