In today’s post, I’m going to show you the very best FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose that may not require anyone to go on a consistent visit to the doctor’s clinic in 2021.
You’re also going to learn:
- Unique features of the sound control hearing aids by Bose.
- When will the sound control hearing aids by Bose launch?
- How much will the FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose cost?
- And lots more…
Let’s get started!
FDA-Cleared Hearing Aids by Bose
The all-new Bose sound control hearing aid is expected to be the very first of self-fitting hearing aids to be available to the general public in the U.S market.
As usual, most people with hearing deficiencies usually experience issues such as whistling noises and problems with volume fluctuations with their hearing aids, which in turn tends to bring about a suboptimal hearing experience.
Hearing aid users also always tend to experience a decline in the performance of their hearing aids over time, and this usually results due to mishandling of the device, wrong self-adjustment of the device, and a general natural degradation in the device’s sound quality.
These are the major issues that Bose hopes to solve with their all-new sound control hearing aids.
Bose is a U.S sound manufacturing company most popular for its high-quality headphones, speakers, and sound systems.
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Most hearing aids requiring professional adjusting by a medical practitioner such as an audiologist, but the all-new FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose are more of self-fitting hearing aids that put patients at the center of care.
Patients have total control over their hearing aid settings and can adjust it as to what seems best fit to them.
The Bose sound control hearing aid is built with two earbuds, both for each side of the ears. Both earbuds have a microphone for projecting audio alongside a Bose StayHear and eartip which come in different sizes based on users’ preference.
The earbuds are connected using built-in wires to a flexible, comfortably placed neckband that can be placed discreetly underneath a user’s clothing. The device also comes with a built-in in-line remote at the right-hand wire to allow users to easily adjust volumes manually.
More information about this hearing aid can be found in the U.S FDA filing for the Bose sound control hearing aid.
In general, the FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose was built to help amplify sound for patients of 18 years and above who experience mild to moderate hearing impairment.
Some really notable features of the FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose include:
- Active Noise Reduction (ANR)
- Quick feedback cancellation
- Tri-user controllable modes
- Impulse noise control
- Steady-state noise reduction
- Built to maintain both left and right balance
- User-friendly voice prompts
- 10-hour battery lasting capacity
- Hearing aid volume control is made separate from the streaming audio volume control.
- Advanced Bluetooth functionality.
The sound control hearing aids look much like the usual Bose headphones which already makes it generally available without an FDA approval.
But note, the sound control hearing aid by Bose has been approved by the FDA!
When will the FDA-Cleared Hearing Aids by Bose launch?
How Much is the Bose Hearing Aid Likely to Cost?
The Bose sound control hearing aid is presumed to range from about $499 to about $850 according to market analysts. But still, like the official release date of the hearing aids, the exact price of the FDA-cleared hearing aids by Bose is still yet to be known.
Most presume it to be more expensive than the usual Bose headphones due to its numerous complex features, and also due to the cost of getting an FDA approval which is also presumed to be incorporated in the price of the device.