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What range of hearing loss is the Signia Silk hearing aid appropriate for?

According to documentation provided by Signia, the Silk hearing aid is appropriate people with normal to moderately-severe hearing loss in the...

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What is 'Hidden Hearing Loss' and how is it treated?

Hidden Hearing Loss is the term used to desribe a condition where someone exhibits difficulty hearing where the typical hearing test, the...

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Does the Linx2 61 have FM capabilities?

The Linx 2 61 products do not have FM capability, but they are capable to connecting to a multi-mic accessory, which can be used in a similar...

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What is the difference between the Starkey Muse 312 and the 312t?

The t typically stands for "telecoil" or "t-coil" for short. To learn more about the telecoil, please read Dr. Sterkens's response to this...

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Just got new hearing aids today. How many hours a day should I wear them to begin with?

Ideally, you should follow the advice of your hearing healthcare provider concerning a wearing schedule. Infrequent use of your hearing aids in...

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I have mild to moderate hearing loss and tinnitus, and want a rechargeable hearing aid. What would be a good hearing aid for me?

There are a few different options available by the following manufacturers: Signia (formerly Siemens) Cellion (come at top two levels of...

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How do I pair the Starkey Halo 2 i2400 with the iPhone 7? I am having trouble.

Starkey instructions are as follows: Pairing should be done after the hearing aids have been programmed in the Inspire Software.Pairing Halo to an...

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