It is no hidden secret that a pair of fine hearing aids can cost a fortune. In general, most hearing aids in the market are between $800 to $5000. That’s a lot of money, especially when you’re on a fixed paycheck.
But not everyone was born with a silver spoon, that’s why this article is going to help you find your ideal Bluetooth hearing aids without breaking the bank.
What is the Difference between Analog and Digital Hearing Aids?
According to FDA, analog hearing aids essentially amplify all sounds (e.g., speech and noise) the same way. They make continuous sound waves louder. While digital hearing aids have all the features of analog hearing aids, they convert sound waves into digital signals and produce an exact duplication of sound.
Nowadays, with advanced modern technology, analog hearing aids are becoming less common, while digital ones are prominent. Here below is a young girl sharing the changes of her hearing aids.