With ‘Made for iPhone’ hearing aids, you can connect your iPhone directly to your hearing aid to deliver phone calls, music, and streamed video services straight into your hearing device. Dr. Ivory offers hearing aids from all leading manufacturers. Below are a list of the top hearing aids with rechargeable options.
With the new Livio Edge AI, the world’s first hearing aid to feature integrated sensors and artificial intelligence, you can take charge of your body and brain health. Its ‘Made for iPhone’ capabilities enable high quality wireless streaming of cell phones, TV, music or other media.
A brand new technology called Hearing Reality is introduced for the first time with Livio AI hearing aids. Hearing Reality is the ear’s version of virtual reality and utilizes high-speed, high-definition computer processing to handle and separate these many layers of sound, with the aim of better reproducing natural hearing.
The Livio AI’s integrated sensors and artificial intelligence enables the Livio AI to detect if you’ve fallen and act as an assistant through its smartphone app.
The Opn S miniRITE R style also has a cutting-edge lithium-ion rechargeable solution that delivers a complete day of power on only one charge.
The new Opn S improves on the original Opn series of hearing aids on sound quality and convenience. Opn S wearers have the support they need to stay engaged in conversations and life with more control, customization, and power than ever before.
The platform built into Opn S quickly monitors acoustic changes in the sound environment, providing a 360-degree sound experience for wearers.
The new Phonak Paradise has been applauded by consumers and audiologists alike for its remarkable performance and features. While it looks similar to it’s predecessor, the Phonak Marvel, Paradise offers advancements that is making it the most popular Phonak model to date.
The new Paradise hearing aids is available in four models and is built using a new chip called Prism. This offers double the memory of Marvel devices but does not increase the size of the hearing aid.
Phonak understands the importance of bluetooth and connectivity. With Paradise, wearers can pair hearing aids with up to eight bluetooth enabled devices. Even more impressive, wearers can stay connected to two devices at once!
A motivating factor behind Phonak is to include all hearing aid users, irrespective of their smartphone operating system. With that in mind, the Phonak Marvel has the ability to stream audio directly from virtually any of the world’s smartphones including iPhone and Android devices.
The built-in microphones enable hands-free phone conversations from both iPhone and Android smartphones in full stereo.
Users can enjoy a full-day’s hearing on an overnight charge with Marvel hearing aids, and that includes any streaming they care to do on top of that.
This is the first hearing aid to ever feature advanced machine learning technology in real time. For the first time ever, it is now possible for a hearing aid to learn from the user’s input and preferences – and even share this learning with other users around the globe.
The Widex Evoke features controls that guide users to their required listening experience rapidly. Both user input and machine learning allows WIDEX EVOKE to develop and become even more intelligent as time goes by.
Over time, all EVOKE hearing aids will be able to learn from the input of anonymous worldwide users to further enhance the sound experience.
What makes the Resound One so unique is that it includes an extra microphone placed in the ear canal. Most receiver-in-canal hearing aids have their microphones on the outside, located behind the ear. The Resound One devices have their standard microphones on the outside, but now have the additional one in the ear. This extra microphone helps Resound to measure the changes in the ear canal caused by each person's unique ear canal anatomy.
As with the previous Resound model, these new hearing aids can also connect directly to iPhone or Android smartphones, allowing users to stream audio and wireless calls to their ears via the new Bluetooth Low Energy standard. Many hearing aid wearers are also prefer rechargeable hearing aid batteries and these devices have a rechargeable option with travel powerbank, which allows for charging when an outlet is unavailable.
ReSound released the first ‘Made for iPhone’ hearing aid, as well as the use of 2.4 GHz wireless technology. Now they have recently introduced the sixth generation of this technology with the ReSound LiNX Quattro™.
The integrated rechargeable lithium-ion battery removes the need for battery changes and provides the longest available battery life – 24 hours of use when streaming 50% of the time and 30 hours of non-streaming use.
Finally, a user-friendly app allows hearing care professionals to remotely adjust the hearing aids for customers from afar, without the need for a trip to the clinic.