There is a style of hearing aid for everyone. Featuring sleek and discreet design, today's hearing aids fit some of the world's most advanced technology comfortably inside your ear canal or behind your ear.
Tinnitus, a perception of sound in the ears and/or head, affects more than 50 million Americans. It commonly presents as a ringing, buzzing, or whooshing noise; however, the sound and pitch varies from person to person. Tinnitus typically occurs after exposure to loud noises and damage to the ear's hair cells. Some people experience persistent tinnitus, for which there is no cure.
While there is no known cure for tinnitus, some hearing aids have tinnitus therapy features. This advanced technology provides soothing tones and enhances speech to distract your brain from the noise. It's time to stop the ringing in your ears. See EarQ's selection of tinnitus therapy hearing aids.
Enjoy battery-free hearing with EarQ's rechargeable hearing aids. These devices typically use small and portable charging stations, so you'll save money on hearing aid batteries.
If you have an on-the-go lifestyle or have trouble changing small batteries, these devices could be the perfect fit for you.
Want discreet hearing aids? Our nearly invisible hearing aids fit comfortably inside your ear canal, so you can enjoy the benefits of better hearing without having a device fit on the outside of your ear. This means you can still wear headphones comfortably and do the activities you love without worrying about losing your devices.
Hearing aids are keeping up with the rest of the world's technology. Some hearing aids are even made-for-iPhone or Android and allow you to stream phone calls, videos, music, and more directly from your smartphone to your devices!
Smartphone compatible hearing aids allow you to adjust things such as volume levels conveniently through your phone. This creates more seamless transition in different environments and helps you feel confident when you are on the go.
Smartphones are a major part of today's world, and it's important your hearing aids have the ability to work with them. In addition to providing you with a natural and effortless listening experience, certain EarQ hearing aids can connect directly with your iPhone, tablet, and more. Directly streaming phone calls, music, and videos allows you to hear the way you are supposed to—clearly and comfortably!
There are also smartphone apps compatible with EarQ devices that can help you locate missing hearing aids, reduce wind noise, enhance speech, and adjust the volume of your devices directly from your phone. These controls can adjust the volume of your devices, your surrounding environment, or whatever audio you may be streaming.
Hearing aids are not one-size-fits-all, which is why EarQ has a collection of hearing aids made for children. These devices can keep up with a child's active lifestyle and come in a variety of styles and colors. They are also able to connect to an FM systems, which are commonly used to help children hear their teachers in the classroom. Whether they are playing sports or connecting with friends, EarQ hearing aids will allow your child to hear the sounds they need.
If you have an active lifestyle, your hearing aids go through a lot. It is important to keep the internal components safe from dirt, sweat, and more. While there are currently no waterproof hearing aids on the market, water resistant hearing aids are made to withstand low moisture levels while maintaining optimal performance. This feature is also good for those who live in humid environments.
A telecoil is a small component of a hearing aid that allows audio sources to be connected to the hearing aid and help the wearer focus on the sound apart from distracting background noise. The telecoil is used in conjunction with induction loop systems, FM systems, and telephones.
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