Texan Renew Hearing Center provides many hearing aid accessory options for current and potential patients. Devices can have their features expanded with these accessories, and overall provide a better experience for the wearer. There are plenty of ways to enhance the listening experience, and this can be counted as the easiest.
Options for earmolds and earplugs
Professions or hobbies that are associated with loud noises can be harmful to a daily participant. This is especially true for people who already suffer from hearing issues. In order to fight this noise exposure without cutting the wearer off from the rest of the environment, earmolds and earplugs are used. Custom pieces are available that suits the wearer much better than a universal option. They are exactly the type of hearing protection a person needs and provide greater protection than the ones purchased in general stores. Earmolds and earplugs provided by a trained audiologist are made specifically for a wearer’s ears, giving them a much better option to deal with loud noises.
Musician earplugs and monitors
When in a music studio, every sound and beat has a purpose. So even if it is loud, it is important for a musician to be able to tell what note is being played among several other notes. In this case, earplugs can protect the ears against loud noises, but it does the job too well. A great balance between muted sound and recognizable sound is with the use of low/mid-frequency protection. This is possible with the use of musician’s earplugs, available in custom and non-custom options. These specialized earplugs are meant to go deep into the ear canal and have even been optimized to reduce occlusion. Artists that are playing a large concert can even use in-ear musician monitors, a technology made so that the wearer will be able to tune into their own music without getting distracted by the crowd noise. While a custom fit is recommended for both types of accessories, it is purely an optional decision.
Any activity is supported for wearers of hearing aids when they have the right accessories. To get the most out of a device setup, pairing it with a compatible accessory is a must. Here are some of the most commonly used hearing protection pieces
Hunters can avoid the damaging sound of their gunfire and a companion’s with this piece. While muting loud gunfire, it still normalizes all other audio in the surrounding.
For performers or concertgoers, these accurate accessories can even be customized for 9dB, 15dB or 25dB. Sound accuracy is raised while reducing overall loud noises that can cause damage.
The key to this add-on is that it floats on water. Never again worry about losing important hearing products while in the water.
- When noise needs to be kept to an absolute minimum, this is the accessory to get.
- Wind buffeting is reduced with a revolutionary hollow canal design. It’s an advanced under the helmet solution for many wearers needing protection.
- To protect from surfer’s ear and swimmer’s ear, the surf accessory is a superior option. It also combines the same floating mechanics of the swimming add-on, improving it with a design that resists the intrusion of cold water or air in the ear canal.
These are mostly used by professionals that operate in high noise environments, like construction workers.
Custom pieces can be used with bud earphones for a better listening experience.
When using a firearm, the DefendEar series has several models that will reduce the sound of gunfire while enhancing environmental sounds around the wearer.
- Amplification for situational awareness.
- Noise attenuation when you pull the trigger.
- Game mode: Optimized for intermittent shots.
- Clay mode: Optimized for continued shots.
- Normal mode: provides standard Digital 1 features.
- Wind Reduction mode: Ideal for shooting in windy conditions.