Oticon Dynamo SP4
This Behind-The-Ear model hearing aid is rated very good from a sound quality perspective. It uses a size 13 battery which allows for the hearing aid to be slightly smaller than their more powerful brethren, however it does certainly measure up when you count the available features of connectivity with the Oticon Streamer Pro and the variety of connectivity accessories available for TV, landline phone and remote microphone.Read more
Oticon Dynamo SP6
The Dynamo series is available in a Behind-the-Ear model only and is rated very good for sound quality. It uses a size 13 battery which allows for the hearing aid to be slightly smaller and slightly less powerful than their more powerful brethren, however it does certainly measure up when you count the available features of connectivity with the Oticon Streamer Pro and the variety of connectivity accessories available for TV, landline phone and remote microphone.Read more
Oticon Dynamo SP8
he Dynamo series is available in a Behind-the-Ear model only and is rated excellent for sound quality. It also offers wireless connectivity with the use of the Streamer Pro accessory. Our experts are not fans of the old-style volume wheel with the numbers on it. Some clients complain about having to constantly fiddle with the volume wheel, leaving the sound level unbalanced between both ears. Other clients love the wheel and have bemoaned the loss of it in other models of hearing aid. Of note, although hearing aids do not come with an “on/off” switch, the volume wheel on this model turns off the hearing aids when turned all the way down. A new feature with the Dynamo hearing aids is the introduction of frequency-lowering technology – a great feature for clients with dead high-frequency regions in the cochlea. This enables us to present a copy of high-frequency sound in a lower-frequency range, while still allowing the high-frequency sound to remain true. Frequency-lowering, in these cases, is a critical component of excellent sound quality.Read more
Oticon Opn S
The new and improved Oticon Opn S hearing aids have arrived. The Oticon Opn S builds on the highly successful Opn platform from 2017. Currently available in 4 styles and 3 models all of which are behind the ear types currently. The latest style available from Oticon is the rechargeable one. One of […]Read more
ReSound Enzo 9
The Resound Enzo 3D- 9 is the latest edition of Resound’s top of the line super power hearing aid. This robust device is designed to take all of life’s bumps and incidents and is rated with excellent moisture and dust resistance. All Enzo 3D models are available in a Behind-the-Ear models only and offer excellent for sound quality and high tech features.
All Resound Enzo 3D models come in three technology levels designated with a 9, 7 and 5 nomenclature. All Resound 3D models use a direct-to-iPhone interface using the iPhone Bluetooth-Low-Energy protocol available on Apple’s iPhone 5 or later. However using the Resound Unite accessory called the Phone Clip+ would allow a person who did not have an iPhone to connect to the hearing aid via Bluetooth. Resound has a Unite TV and remote microphone as well as a remote control accessory as well.
The physical size of both styles are large, yet the overall hearing aid is not terribly bulky on the ears.
Clients with dead high-frequency regions in the cochlea can benefit from the Enzo frequency-lowering capability. Frequency-lowering, in cases of severe to profound hearing losses, is a critical component of extending the listeners ability to functionally hear high-pitch sounds.
Starkey Livio Edge AI
The new Starkey Livio Edge is the first of its kind offering the first-ever custom, In-The-Ear (ITE) model of hearing aids as well as Reciever In Canal (RIC) which use rechargeable batteries. The long-lasting charge lasts all day long even with regular streaming of audio from smartphones. The high-quality sound processing does a great job of allowing someone to hear well in noisy situations.Read more