The Lyric Hearing Aid: An Invisible and Low Maintenance Hearing Aid

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Lyric Hearing Aid

If you are looking for a hearing aid that not only is low maintenance but is nearly undetectable to the naked eye, the Lyric Hearing Aid is the device to check out. It comes with several desirable features, and for anyone who just doesn’t want to look like they have a hearing aid in their ear, it is one of the best out there. However, before looking at testing the Lyric Hearing Aid out, it is important to know a bit more about the hearing aid and understand how it is able to help on a daily basis.

The Basics

Designed and sold by Phonak, a company that is one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers and sellers in the world, it has all of the latest technology from the company. It is referred to as the “contact lens for the ear” as it improves hearing capability without being oversized or cumbersome. According to Phonak, it is 100% invisible, provides clear, natural sounds without just increasing the volume (and static noise), plus it does not require any batteries for charging or come with any sort of daily hassle for connecting it and inserting it into the ear.

Wear it Anywhere

Most other hearing aids, regardless of style, has some wearing limitations. The hearing aids shouldn’t be worn at night, or around water or during any kind of vigorous activity. The Lyric Hearing Aid uses a moisture protected battery, so it can be worn in the shower, while working out and while sleeping. The hearing aid does not need to be removed every night, as often times there are sounds going on that need to be heard (like the smoke detector or a child crying). The device is worn for several months at a time and, once the battery is spent, the Lyric Hearing Aid is discarded for a new one (exactly like contact lenses).

Avoiding the Major Problems

The biggest problems with all hearing aids is power supply and audio quality. Certain batteries would need to be recharged or replaced on a continual basis, which results in a larger battery and a larger housing for the battery. The Lyric Hearing Aid, as a long term disposal hearing aid, doesn’t have this kind of a problem. It also allows for improved amplification and better audio reproduction in the ear. So, for the invisible, comfortable feel, this is an excellent hearing aid.

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