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Costco Hearing Aid Centers
Costco Hearing Aid Centers Offer:
- Costco value pricing
- Premium technology
- Free product demonstrations
- Free hearing tests*
- Free follow up appointments
- Free hearing aid cleanings and check-ups
- Free loss and damage coverage (with no deductible)
- Free warranty periods (warranty varies by model)
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How long should your batteries last? The truth is there is no one answer that will work for every person.
Essentially each person has a unique hearing loss "fingerprint". No one fingerprint will be exactly alike, therefore, no one person will have the exact same battery life as another.
The best way to get a good estimate on what your battery life should be is for you to test the battery. Write down the
date you put in the battery and then write the date of when you take it out. Once you have used all of the batteries in the package, you should be able to identify an average range of how long your battery should last.
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Computers in Miniature
Hearing aids are essentially computers in miniature, custom-fitted to your hearing loss. And, just like computers, the possibilities for hearing aids are infinite, their capabilities limited only by battery power. Take a minute to explore the capabilities of today's cutting-edge hearing aids. They're no longer just improving quality of life; they're setting an entirely new standard for living.
Wireless Makes It Easy
Wireless means simply that: Sound is transmitted over small distances without needing wires. Most of today's hearing aids, including most models offered at the Costco Hearing Aid Center, use wireless technology to deliver audio signals, such as phone, music or even TV sounds, straight into your ear in exquisite, high-fidelity sound. You may already use such technology for hands-Free speaking on your phone when driving. The information that would normally be heard through your cellphone is instead transmitted via the airwaves to your headset or car speaker.
Each hearing aid manufacturer offers different wireless solutions, which can enhance the wearer's enjoyment of television and improve communication on the telephone. For more information on the accessories listed or to learn about other accessories compatible with your hearing aids, visit any of our Costco Hearing Aid Centers.
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Remote Controls Your mini computer of a hearing aid can already make incredible calibrations based on your hearing situation and surroundings. But now you can also control volume, turn your hearing aid on or off, answer your phone, adjust TV levels and listen to your tablet or MP3 player, all with the mere click of a tiny pocket device. Remote controls are available as small, pocket-size units, or as a discreet, stainless steel pen.
TV Unit Sound-transmitting units transfer the sound from your TV straight to your hearing aids. The TV unit is a small box that sits near your television or entertainment center. Once your hearing aids are within range, the transmitter acts as an intermediary: You can adjust the TV volume independently from others in the room.
Cellphone Headset users will envy your cellphone connectivity with a phone device. With a small intermediary device, you can be completely headphones-Free when speaking on your mobile phone. Simply place the device within close range of your voice and you're ready to receive calls. The microphone will transmit your voice to the caller, the buttons can adjust the volume and answer or end calls, and of course, the sound is received crystal clear - without any delays, echoes or feedback - straight to your hearing aid.
Microphone The clip-on microphone is a small, discreet accessory clipped anywhere within close range of the speaker's voice. Optimal for hearing in extremely noisy situations, your friends or family can attach the clip to their clothing, and the microphone delivers their conversation in beautiful clarity to your hearing aid.