Decatur, AL Hearing Specialist Announces Launch of Latest Hearing Technology

March 26, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Decatur, Ala. – After years of innovation and taking the lead on groundbreaking hearing technology, a Decatur, AL hearing specialist is proud to announce the newest addition in their line of advanced sound-processing technology, Beltone Boost Ultra™. The Boost Ultra™ is recommended for those living with severe to profound hearing loss.

Beltone USA believes that the advanced streaming capability and range of comfortable design of their latest hearing aids sets the stage for this technology to become the industry’s most comprehensive hearing solution to date. Among its many features, the hearing aid boasts the ability to be significantly faster and provide improved sound quality with unique sound clarity and speech understanding.

The Beltone Boost Ultra™ comes equipped with Tinnitus Breaker technology, HPF80 NanoBlock protective coatings and Beltone’s signature Remote Care™ which allows their patients to finetune their device from anywhere rather than requiring them to visit the clinic each time they need an adjustment made.

For many who regularly wear hearing aids, a commonly reported issue is the delicateness of the device’s circuitry. Elements such as dirt, moisture, humidity, earwax and skin oils over time damage the devices' circuitry and reduce the overall effectiveness of the hearing aid. The HPF80 NanoBlock coating is specially designed to protect the hearing aids from these contaminants.

The Beltone Boost Ultra's Smart Phone integration and Beltone’s own proprietary 2.4 GHz wireless technology keeps users conveniently connected to all their favorite communication and entertainment technologies. Patients can choose from a range of wireless accessories that offers a better signal-to-noise ratio for an extra boost without the typical intermediate device worn around the neck.

Their team of professionally trained Hearing Specialists and Patient Care Coordinators are committed to helping each of their patients find just the right solution for their hearing needs, beginning with a free comprehensive hearing test in Decatur, AL and personalized hearing health assessment aimed at providing the most accurate information and guiding customized treatment decisions for their patients.

For more information about Beltone USA – Decatur or the Beltone Boost Ultra™,  schedule an appointment with one of their Hearing Care Coordinators at  (256) 353-5010 or  on their website  at www.beltoneusa.com/decatur.

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For more information about Beltone USA Decatur, contact the company here:

Beltone USA Decatur
Trey Gorman
(256) 353-5010
jcarter@beltoneusa.com
1016 6th Ave SE. Decatur, AL 35603

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