How to Turn Your Hearing Aids Into Premium Wireless Headsets at Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center

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Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center, with California locations in Brentwood and Walnut Creek, is pleased to offer its patients access to Bluetooth enabled wireless hearing aids, which allow users to wirelessly connect to sound sources such as phones, MP3 players, TVs, and computers, while eliminating the problems associated with radio interference and background noise.

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Hearing aid users with Bluetooth enabled hearing aids can connect wirelessly to their phones, MP3 players, television sets, and other compatible devices.

Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center in Brentwood and Walnut Creek California is now offering its patients hearing aid models equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology. Individuals suffering from hearing loss will now be able to overcome many of the difficulties experienced with conventional hearing aids by turning their hearing aids into a pair of high-fidelity wireless headsets.

Conventional hearing aids can pose a host of problems related to radio interference and background noise. For example, with conventional hearing aids, talking on the phone can be frustratingly difficult. Phones create radio interference that causes a lot of static sound in the hearing aids. Hearing aid users are forced to either struggle through the static or remove their hearing aids, having to speak on the phone without the proper amplification.

Background noise is another issue 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 distinguish 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 excessive 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 competing 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 phones, MP3 players, television sets, and other compatible devices. Users can receive hands-free phone calls with just the right amplification, listen to the television without distracting background noises or voices, and stream music in high-definition, all without ever having to remove the hearing aids.

Additional information about Bluetooth wireless technology can be found at http://www.contracostahearing.com/index.php.

About Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center

Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center is a full-service audiology practice located in California, with locations in Brentwood and Walnut Creek. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and compassionate staff, Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center 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, Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center is California’s leading destination for better hearing.

Contact:
Toby S. Hill
Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center
http://www.contracostahearing.com/index.php

Locations:
Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center
1240 Central Boulevard, Suite #A2
Brentwood, CA 94513
(925) 203-9144

Contra Costa Hearing Aid Center
1196 Boulevard Way, Ste 1,
Walnut Creek, CA 94595
(925) 203-9134

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