Reducing Background Noise, Improving Your Hearing
If you use a hearing aid, you should hear what you desire to hear – and nothing else.
Loud background noise is bothersome and unwelcome. It impedes your communicating with others. When you can't hear those most important to you, it affects your Washington County quality of life.
Background noise is the premier complaint of hearing aid users. They can't hear conversation at a Washington County social event. They're overwhelmed by traffic and street noise when outdoors.
The problem is that most hearing aids multiply all the noise around a user. Not our hearing aids, though.
Our hearing aids achieve unparalleled up to 90 percent background noise reduction, the best IN Washington County and anywhere. How? Our hearing aid models use smart technology. They constantly sample the nearby audio environment, analyze what is background noise and block it out. You won't be bothered by unanticipated| interfering sounds.
You'll still hear what's necessary. The continuous sampling tests pitch and volume, so sirens, alarms, smoke detectors and car horns are audible. Your safety is never compromised.
The hearing retains background noise information. When our Washington County customers come in for checkups – at no cost, of course – our trained staff will review the stored information, and change your hearing aid's levels to optimize your hearing.
Your Hearing Aids by HHW hearing aid also has four pre-set levels that allow you to change the unit to specific situations. We even provide you a free remote control, so you can adapt without having to remove the hearing aid from your ear.
Besides unparalleled noise reduction, our hearing aids have other popular features: a price often half that of competing equivalent goods, and rechargeable batteries that can save you hundreds of dollars. Our Washington County clients love the savings.
Don't let background noise disrupt life's special pleasures. A hearing aid by HHW allows you to tune in what's really important. We don't want you to miss one word of conversation, whether with old friends or a beloved grandchild. Some moments are just too important to pass by.