A hearing implant typically has a series of features and it is also possible to have different types of accessories and assistive listening devices (ALDs) connected to the hearing implant.
Hearing implants typically have streaming options to connect to smartphones, TVs, laptops and other electronic equipment, so that users can directly connect with the world around them and benefit from digital quality of sound.
Remote controls allow selection of different programs and adjustment of different settings, e.g. to adapt to different listening environments and reduce background noise.
FM and loop-systems
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) such as FM-systems and loop systems (telecoil), which can be found in many public venues, can of course also be connected to the hearing implant, directly or through digital streamers.
Waterproof covers and other retaining accessories related to sport, leisure activities and travel are also available.
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