There are some great BiCROS hearing aid systems out there such as Widex, Phonak, Signia. Each one has different features that may be best for you so be sure to have a discussion with your Audiologist to explain what your hearing needs are and what is most important for you in selecting a device. Also, some individuals have a personal preference for one unit due to sound quality or performance so a hearing aid evaluation which allows for a demo of each unit is ideal for you to choose the best unit for YOU.
Four out of the six major hearing aid manufacturers Starkey, Widex, Signia and Phonak make BiCros solutions. Each of these products are great if fit properly . Most patients are interested in the very best hearing. We all have different needs; telecoils, connecting to the phone, streaming music, rechargeable batteries, and improved TV listening all are possible but not all manufacturers offer every feature. There is really no "best" product. What's best is a solution that most closely meets your needs in the hands of a skilled professional.
I work with Phonak BiCros for my patients. In my opinion those are the best and they exist in five different model (rechargeable, customed..) which gives you some options to discuss with your hearing healthcare provider.
The results are good but of course we need to remain realistic in noisy environments..
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