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Recall how the fascinating new future technology was going to take civilization into the “world of tomorrow”? A “golden age” of technology is here now and that includes contemporary hearing aids.

Having the capability of connecting to your smartphone, TV, or computer is something that most contemporary hearing aid designs come with. This will put the sound of these devices right in your ears so others around you will feel more relaxed and won’t have to ask you to turn down the volume.

While these technological features are perfect for entertainment applications, some hearing aid wearers find the features too complicated and frequently don’t activate them. This could be a costly mistake.

Add Another Level of Security With Enhanced Connectivity

According to the Fire Protection Research Foundation, a substantial number of people older than 50 can’t hear their smoke detector. Do you have any rooms in the house where it would be difficult to hear your smoke alarm? This can at times be a challenge even if you have a hearing aid. The good news is, new technology is presently minimizing this life-threatening risk.

The public is gaining access to new technology that is being manufactured each year. New hearing aids have the ability to connect to fire alarms that are a component of your smart home setup. This means you’ll hear the alarm wherever you are in your house. The technical technique is very similar to how hearing aids stream audio from your computer, tablet, or TV to your hearing aid. But streaming your hearing aid to your smoke alarm can actually save your life.

Smart Home Doorbells Can Stream to Hearing Aids

In addition to improving safety, there is excellent entertainment value in connecting your hearing aid to numerous devices in your house, but the current trend in smart home technology is outside your front door. Wi-fi connected doorbells have become common among homeowners. The benefit of these doorbells is that they feature video and audio capabilities.

That’s one more device in your smart home for your hearing aid to connect to and that’s good news. Wondering who’s at the door? You would know instantly with a wi-fi synced doorbell, which would transmit audio directly into your ear.

Why It’s Worth Getting Set up

It takes a little time to set these functions up to communicate with your hearing aid, and that stops many people from utilizing them. But if you want a more comfortable, safer, and more enjoyable life, you need to recognize that connecting your hearing aid to your smart home can help you have it.

The best part? We can demonstrate how to use these features when you purchase your hearing aid. Even if you’re still not sure after you get home, the internet is a great resource for set-up help.

In short, if you’ve purchased a new hearing aid that has wi-fi capabilities, you’re losing out if you don’t set them up.

Is it Time to Update Your Hearing Aids?

Older hearing aid designs don’t have as many connectivity options. Furthermore, the audio quality of hearing aids is getting better every day. Improve your hearing and quality of life by setting up an appointment with us to discuss a hearing aid upgrade.

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