April 23, 2009 / Sponsored Content / Health, Mind & Body

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Connectivity and natural hearing have long been desired by hearing aid users. Oticon, U.S.A., the oldest hearing aid company in the world, now offers the utmost in connectivity through their “connect-line” series.

Phones (cell phones/land lines), personal audio devices, electronic books, and TVs can all be connected wirelessly or through a hard wire connection directly to the Oticon EPOQ and DUAL Hearing aids. No more fighting over the TV remotes, hearing aid whistling over phones, or poor fidelity reception! And as of December 2008 all of these benefits can be enjoyed by severely hearing impaired consumers as well (EPOQ Power).

GN Resound now offers the latest in natural sounding hearing aids in their “BE” series. The BE’s microphone is discretely placed in the helix of the ear (outer ear). This innovation allows the ear to naturally: detect and localize sound emphasize “front” or focus sounds and speech and reduce noise from behind reduce the typical “roaring” sound of wind noise

Call Dr. Kisiel at (718) 875 3131 to learn more or receive a free demonstration and hearing screening. Audiology Affiliates is located at 142 Joralemon Street, Suite 6A at Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights.

Updated 5:12 pm, July 9, 2018
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