One or two hearing aids?
When both ears works together we hear best. Here is why.
Our hearing was conceived by nature for two ears. If we close one ear, we can still hear a sound, but only two ears make us able to detect where the sound is coming from. If you have a hearing loss on both ears, it always makes sense to choose two hearing instruments. Speech will be heard more clearly and with less effort especially in noisy environment.
You will understand speech and other important sounds even better, if you even choose two hearing aids with so-called binaural technology. In this solution, the left and right hearing aids exchange information with each other via a wireless connection, which creates a natural experience replicating the directional hearing.
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