How to Turn Your Hearing Aids Into Premium Wireless Headsets in California

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Hearing Aid Healthcare, with six California locations, is pleased to offer its patients access to Bluetooth enabled wireless hearing aids, which allow users to wirelessly connect to sound sources such as mobile phones, audio players, TVs, and personal computers, while eliminating the issues associated with radio interference and background noise.

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Hearing aid users with Bluetooth enabled hearing aids can connect wirelessly to their cell phones, audio players, television sets, and other compatible devices.

Hearing Aid Healthcare, an audiology practice with six California locations, is now offering its patients hearing aid models equipped with Bluetooth enabled wireless technology. People suffering from hearing loss will now be able to overcome many of the difficulties encountered with conventional hearing aids by transforming their hearing aids into a set of high-fidelity wireless headsets.

Typical hearing aids can pose a variety of problems related to radio interference and background noise. For example, with standard hearing aids, talking on the phone can be frustratingly difficult. Phones create radio interference that causes a lot of static noise in the hearing aids. Hearing aid users are required to either struggle through the static or take off their hearing aids, having to speak on the phone without the adequate amplification.

Background noise is another problem conventional hearing aids are not well-suited to handle. Listening to television programs, for instance, can be difficult when the hearing aid is not able to differentiate between the sounds of the TV and the sounds of clattering dishes in the kitchen sink, for example. Hearing aids tend to amplify the mixture of these sounds, forcing the user to either struggle to follow the TV program or to turn up the TV volume to excess levels.

The key to addressing both problems is in finding a way to deliver the sound signal directly to the hearing aid, bypassing the radio interference and contending background noise. Thanks to Bluetooth wireless technology, this is exactly what can be accomplished.

Hearing aid users with Bluetooth enabled hearing aids can connect wirelessly to their cell phones, audio players, television sets, and other compatible devices. Users can receive hands-free phone calls with just the right amplification, listen to the television without disruptive background noises or voices, and stream music in high-definition, all without ever having to remove the hearing aids.

For additional information on how wireless technology can be of benefit, or o schedule an appointment to get fitted for a compatible hearing aid, visit http://www.hahc.net or call the contact numbers below.

About Hearing Aid Healthcare

Hearing Aid Healthcare is a full-service audiology practice with six locations in California. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and compassionate staff, Hearing Aid Healthcare offers comprehensive services including hearing tests, hearing aid evaluations, custom hearing aid fittings, hearing aid cleanings, rehabilitative counseling, preventive care advice, and service and repair for all hearing aid models. With services delivered in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere, Hearing Aid Healthcare is California’s leading destination for better hearing.

Contact:
Jeannette Hait
Hearing Aid Healthcare
760-610-0145
http://www.hahc.net

Six California Locations:

44630 Monterey Avenue
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760-610-0145

555 South Sunrise Way #116
Palm Springs, CA 92264
760-904-0171

56669 29 Palms Hwy Suite G
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
760- 820-4850

590 Palm Canyon Drive
Borrego Springs, CA 92004
760-989-4005

80150 California 111
Indio, CA 92201
760-989-4005

39615 Washington St
Palm Desert, CA 92211
760-610-0425

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