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At this point, there is not an option for a rechargeable CROS/BICROS with the Phonak Belong series. I check every so often when I call Phonak because it would be an amazing option to offer those with an un-aidable ear. This information that I have been given is that the battery voltage is not compatible with the requirements necessary when streaming with the CROS/BICROS system at this time. The Belong series does have a CROS option (CROS-B) but it is not with the rechargeable battery.
Starkey, Phonak, Widex, and Signia (Siemens) have CROS technology.
I have quite a bit of experience with CROS technology and single-sided deafness, having conducted four separate studies and individual assessments of unique products when they've been introduced. So, I'd like to actually present a brief history on CROS technology to serve as a foundation for my recommendations.CROS technology has actually existed for a few decades, but prior to 2005 was fairly rudimentary. Most manufacturers offered a solution utilizing a physical cord extending from one device to the other. Most patients found this cumbersome and... Read more
What you should look for is CROS technology (the transmitter worn on your right will send the signal "wirelessly" to a hearing aid on the left, and the left hearing aid will amplify it according to the hearing loss in your left ear).Here are the manufacturers that have CROS technology: Starkey, Phonak, Widex, and Signia (Siemens).Good luck!