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Bone conduction hearing aids

I would like to try out equipment for watching TV as I have trouble in hearing the sound. I have been told a bone conductive hearing aid is best for me, can you recommend an item?

You would need to talk with your audiology clinic about bone conduction hearing aids, we do not sell them. Once they have sorted that out you can then consider equipment to help with the TV.

We are a commercial mail order company and do not offer a 'trial service'. Your audiology clinic should offer 'hearing therapy' advice and be able to demonstrate equipment to you. Then, once you have made a decision as to which type of equipment is suitable you can order from our online shopping website www.DeafEquipment.co.uk.

Assuming your bone conduction hearing aid, when you get it, has a 'T' telecoil then a room induction loop would be one possible solution, you can find general information on room loops in section 10 of our catalogue.


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