Dr. Jackson and Doctors of Audiology: Top Ear Care in Orange County For 22 Years
Today's hearing devices pack power and clarity in a broad range of styles from the smallest custom and cosmetically appealing instruments to the most powerful behind-the-ear style and every thing in between. In deciding which aid is right for you, your degree, type and configuration of hearing loss is taken into consideration in guiding you to the most suitable hearing instrument. Following a complete audiological and medical evaluation, the most appropriate hearing aid(s) will be recommended for you. We are pleased to announce that we are now dispensing Widex hearing instruments at our location. Please come in today to learn about the exciting new technology!
We are introducing two technologies to our hearing aid and amplification systems. Please read more about these exciting new technologies below.
Introducing a new hearing product from Starkey, the Halo! The Halo is a discreet reciever-in-the-canal hearing aid that is designed to connect directly to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch through their application called TruLink. Not only do the hearing aids have all the advanced and latest technological features, but now patients can be connected and have increased flexibility where ever they go! Patients will enjoy the following: * Enhanced telephone communication with direct streaming that enables hands-free use * Streaming of music and other types of media * The SoundSpace tool on the TruLink application allows the user to make adjustments to sound quality to fit their particular preferences * Impressive geo-tagged memories that will automatically switch modes when the iPhone's GPS feature detects the patient is in a tagged location (for example: "Work" memory activates when the patient arrives at work) * Allows for increased flexibility with volume adjustments
Call to learn more about Halo and the TruLink application and how it can improve you hearing today!
Discreet RIC size
Halo is virtually invisible on the ear
View of Halo
Introducing Phonak's new Roger technology! This new digital technology helps to bridge the understanding gap in noise and over distance, by wirelessly transmitting the speaker's voice directly to the listener. This is done by one or more wireless microphones (via Roger Pen or Roger Remote Microphone) that is used by the speaker and a Roger receiver that connects to the listener's hearing aids. Roger technology has been shown to improve the speech-in-noise performance up to 54% over other FM and digital systems. Contact our office today to learn more about Roger technology and if it is right for you!
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