Hearing amplifiers and hearing aids look similar, but they are not; they have a lot of differences between them.
Just like the name, their purpose is to amplify sound. They don’t filter or isolate frequencies. Instead, they make all the sounds louder. People without hearing loss use them to listen to sounds that are a bit distant.
They don't need any prescription from the doctors, and people who just started using hearing aids can use them too. However, they don’t help with hearing loss or correct it. In some instances, they might worsen hearing loss as they can cause damage to the ears and reduce hearing.
Hearing aids are medical gadgets recommended by a specialist to correct or help someone with hearing loss. Before you can use hearing aids, you need to get a hearing test to determine the severity of your hearing loss, as that will help you know which hearing aid to get.
Unlike hearing amplifiers, hearing aids isolate different sound frequencies. As a result, they help make the sound clearer and louder. The modern hearing aid also has features that an amplifier lacks, such as tinnitus relief, Bluetooth connectivity, app connectivity, digital noise reduction and artificial intelligence. These features vary from one hearing aid to another.
If you are thinking about purchasing new hearing aids, EarDeals has a range of quality and affordable ones to choose from. Visit our website to see our range or contact us to find out which hearing aid is right for you.