Hearing Products

Hearing products brings joy back to normal, everyday activities. At Hampden Hearing Center, patients will have access to a variety of options to improve their hearing. Finding the right hearing device can be overwhelming, so a helpful staff member will always be available.

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    Bluetooth-enabled Hearing Aids

    Bluetooth is a technology that makes wireless functionality user-friendly. This concept has extended to multiple devices and eventually found its way to modern hearing devices. Because of its usefulness, getting a Bluetooth-enabled hearing device should be a top priority.

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    CapTel

    When the sound from a telephone is too muffled, CapTel comes to the rescue. They provide captioned telephones with a large readable screen. There are several phone options, and the service is provided as part of a federally-funded program.

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    CaptionCall

    Communication is at its best when the listener can follow the conversation at a comfortable pace. CaptionCall provides a captioned phone and service for the hearing impaired. The technology is optimized to be easily customizable, automated and friendly to hard-of-hearing users.

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  • Custom Earmolds and Earplugs

    Custom earmolds and earplugs prioritize individual comfort. Each product is made as an exact mold of the wearer’s ear. This ensures stability, full-feature use and optimal design dimensions.

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  • Earplugs and Monitors for Musicians

    A musician’s ears require protection in the studio and during a live concert. Musicians’ earplugs and monitors were created with that environment as the focal point. It is the best of both worlds and comes with a recognizable sound that is easy to absorb.

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  • Hearing Aid Styles

    Every hearing aid style serves a unique purpose. Smaller devices protect privacy, while larger devices provide powerful options for severe hearing loss. Hearing aid styles are one of the many customization options that are offered when buying a new device.

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  • Hearing Protection

    Hearing protection is available for several hobbies and professions. At work, ear protection can be the deciding factor in continuing a career. At home, this same protection keeps the wearer safe by suppressing harmful noise.

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    Oticon Hearing Products

    Oticon Hearing Products has been a success since 1904. In 2016, the company launched its new line of products into the modern age. As the second-largest manufacturer of hearing aids in the world, they took a huge technological step that few companies would risk.

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  • Over-the-Counter (OTC) Hearing Aids

    Over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids are regulated by the FDA and offer a one-size-fits-most solution to mild hearing loss. They are created as an introduction to hearing technology and wearing an OTC device may help consumers with early signs of hearing loss better understand their needs.

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    Phonak Hearing Products

    When Sonova Holding AG gained control of Phonak Hearing Products, it became a big deal for the hearing industry. In a matter of weeks, Phonak gained access to a nearly unlimited number of resources for their future products. Sonova Holding AG owns a sizable portion of the hearing aid market, and their technology decisions hold a lot of weight.

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    ReSound Hearing Products

    More than 100 countries enjoy the high-end hearing devices from ReSound Hearing Products. The company was founded by Stanford University alumni Dr. Rodney Perkins. As ReSound fine-tunes its latest lineup, consumers are granted the option of a formidable upgrade.

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