3 Best Hearing Aids Consumer Reports

Updated on: May 2022

Best Hearing Aids Consumer Reports in 2022


Hearing aid industry staff report: With appendices A and B : final report to the Federal Trade Commission and proposed trade regulation rule (16 CFR part 440)

Hearing aid industry staff report: With appendices A and B : final report to the Federal Trade Commission and proposed trade regulation rule (16 CFR part 440)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Hearing aid industry staff report : with appendices A and B : final report to the Federal Trade Commission and proposed trade regulation rule (16 CFR part 440)

Hearing aid industry staff report : with appendices A and B : final report to the Federal Trade Commission and proposed trade regulation rule (16 CFR part 440)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022

Sound World Solutions Sound Amplifier - Digital Hearing Aid Alternative - Bluetooth Personal Assisted Listening System for Adults, (Right and Left Ear)

Sound World Solutions Sound Amplifier - Digital Hearing Aid Alternative - Bluetooth Personal Assisted Listening System for Adults, (Right and Left Ear)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022

Time for a Hearing Aid?

Modern hearing aides feature modern technology and stylish design.

The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders estimates that about 15 percent of Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds or noise at work or in leisure activities (listening to an MP3 player a bit too loudly, for example) and yet only 1 in 5 Americans who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wear one.

Industry insiders say that's because most people associate hearing aids with aging so vanity and simply not wanting to feel old might prevent them from seeking help. But experts say, getting a hearing device is no different then getting glasses - it's another way to adjust to a diminished sense.

Hearing aide technology has advanced dramatically in the past several years. Just a few years ago, most hearing aids simply made everything loud - they were basically amplifiers - and did not filter out background noise. Advances in digital and nanoscience technology have resulted in big improvements to the hearing aid industry and some hearing aides are even finding some appeal among tech-savvy customers. Some hearing devices include Bluetooth adapters that connect with cell phones, MP3 players, computers and other equipment. Today's hearing aides are also equipped with filter systems and digital noise processors so that what a person hears is as close to normal as possible. Modern hearing aides are smaller then ever with far better sound quality. Size, comfort and quality have also improved and many modern hearing aides are available in designer colors. Digital Hearing aides among the most advanced hearing devices on the market. They contain a computer chip that is programmed by a computer to offer the best match between hearing loss and prescriptive amplification needed, according to American Hearing Aid Associates. The devices are flexible and may be fine-tuned.

Those who think they might need a hearing aide should begin the process by visiting visiting a hearing professional for an analysis. A self-evaluation is available online by visiting the American Hearing Aid Associates Web site at www.ahaanet.com.

Sources:
American Hearing Aid Associates Web site, visited Nov. 11, 2020, www.ahaanet.com/
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, visited Nov. 11, 2020, www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/statistics/quick.htm

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