Hearing aids are an investment in your personal communication. At their most basic, they amplify sounds, helping you to reconnect with friends and loved ones and allowing you to participate in your favorite social activities and pastimes. Many patients opt for additional accessories to further enhance their listening experience. Some of our most popular offerings include:
The ComPilot allows users to connect their hearing aids to mobile phones and other Bluetooth enabled devices for direct audio streaming. It is worn around the neck and can be used for hands-free phone calls, listening to music, watching television, and working on a laptop or other computer. ComPilot can also be used as a remote control.
TVLink is a television and music interface that streams sounds directly to a user’s hearing aids. It provides stereo-quality sound and has a range of up to 100 feet. A base unit sends signals through a streamer such as the ComPilot, allowing the user to easily adjust the volume and other controls.
- RemoteMic. This wireless, omnidirectional microphone enables one-on-one conversations over a distance of up to 66 feet. Used in conjunction with the ComPilot streamer, the remote microphone is lightweight, has a clip and separate volume control buttons for ease of use and convenience, and is powered by rechargeable batteries that last up to 8 hours.
DECT Cordless Phone. The DECT resembles an ordinary phone but transmits sounds to both ears simultaneously, reducing distracting background noise and improving clarity. Booster mode allows use without hearing aids, and wireless streaming permits users to hold it just like they would a normal phone. In fact, persons with normal hearing can use DECT as a regular phone.
- The PilotOne is a remote control designed for use with hearing aids. Four easy-to-use buttons allow users to adjust the volume and program settings on their hearing aids quickly and easily. PilotOne’s ergonomic design is discreet and emphasizes simplicity.