How Hearing Aids Work

Hearing aids do many things, but they do two things very well: amplifying and processing sounds. In fact, each hearing aid has three elements: One or more microphones; an amplifier; and a speaker (or receiver).

Hearing aids are created to amplify selectively - helping to cut down on the background noise of the sounds and amplifying what we most want to hear. The hearing aids then process the sounds to remove other distractions and create clearer sounds, which are easier to hear and understand.

At Bay Audiology, we partner with three key manufacturers to offer a range of hearing aids that stand out in quality, reliability, and warranty. Each device comes with software that our audiologists will use to customise the hearing aid to your specific lifestyle and listening needs.

Because the ear-brain connection changes as you begin hearing new tones and sounds, we pay close attention and make any necessary adjustments to ensure your hearing aids are working perfectly.

How A Hearing Aid Works

A hearing aid is a highly technological device that empowers you to hear better and ensure you don’t miss out on the moments that matter. You’ll find five basic components: a microphone; a digital chip; an amplifier; a receiver; and a battery. This highly sophisticated communication device is programmed by your hearing care professional to meet your specific needs. Download to learn more!

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