by Eric Branda, AuD
Today’s hearing aids include a wide range of features that were unthinkable even a decade ago. Wireless connectivity for streaming TV, music, and phone calls, binaural processing, and remote tuning are just some of the things modern hearing aids can offer. But all of these cutting-edge features require more power consumption to work, putting greater demand on hearing aid batteries. Rechargeable hearing aids help in this regard.
Though they’ve been around for more than 10 years, new innovations, such as the lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery, provide wearers with an easy and convenient way to keep their hearing aids running all day, every day.
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