Woman connecting her hearing aids to her smart home.

You might recall the phrase “world of tomorrow,” which was used to depict the brilliant future that technology was expected to bring to civilization. We’re presently living in a “golden age” of technology, and the evolution of hearing aids is a significant part of it.

Having the ability to connect to your smartphone, TV, or computer is something that many contemporary hearing aid designs come with. This will put the sound of these devices right in your ears so people around you will feel more relaxed and won’t have to ask you to turn down the volume.

For the purpose of entertainment, these functions are very good, but lots of users fail to activate them because they think that it’s too complicated. However, this could wind up being an expensive mistake.

Add Another Layer of Safety With Enhanced Connectivity

According to the Fire Protection Research Foundation, the smoke alarm can’t be heard by a substantial number of individuals over 50. Are there any rooms in the house where it would be difficult to hear your smoke alarm? Even with hearing aids, this can be a concern. Fortunately, new technology is already reducing this life-threatening danger.

Each year, new devices are designed and released to the public. Smart home systems usually come with smoke detectors that can connect to modern hearing aids. This will enable you to hear the alarm from every room in your house. The technical technique is similar to how hearing aids stream audio from your tablet, TV, or computer to your hearing aid. But connecting your hearing aid to your fire alarm can actually save your life.

Hearing Aids Can Connect to Wi-Fi Doorbells

In addition to improving safety, there is excellent entertainment value in having your hearing aid connected to numerous devices in your home, but the current movement in smart home technology is at your front door. Wi-fi synced doorbells have become prevalent among homeowners. The benefit of these doorbells is that they have video and audio features.

That’s one more device in your smart home that your hearing aid can connect to and that’s good news. Who’s that at your door? A Wi-fi doorbell would transmit audio straight to your hearing aid so you would see who’s at the door instantly.

Why is it Worthwhile to Ensure That You Get it Set up?

Many individuals fail to use these functions because they take a bit of time and effort to set up. But if you want a safer, more comfortable, and more enjoyable life, you need to recognize that connecting your hearing aid to your smart home can help you have it.

The best part? We can show you how to use these features when you buy your hearing aid. If you find yourself fumbling with the settings when you get home, each hearing aid manufacturer has sufficient online resources to help you understand the set-up process.

So to be direct, you’re losing out if you have newer hearing aids with wi-fi capabilities and you fail to take a few minutes to get them set up.

Is it Time to Upgrade Your Hearing Aids?

Older hearing aid models are missing a number of connectivity possibilities. Furthermore, the audio quality of hearing aids is getting better every day. If you’re having trouble with hearing in particular settings or want to experience some of the new features you’re missing, make an appointment with us to improve your hearing as well as your quality of life.

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