Wireless Bluetooth headsets have become essential wearables in many young people’s lives. Many earphone manufacturers have also developed wireless earphones with hearing aid functions, such as Bose and Wanmo. Recently, at the CES 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the United States, many manufacturers released new wireless hearing aid headsets and related technologies.


Nuheara is an intelligent hearing company from Australia. The new IQbuds2 MAX is based on the company’s latest intelligent hearing technology platform, with multiple active noise cancellation functions, and unique features to personalize and enhance the wearer’s soundscape. This wireless headset is very close to what we know as hearing aids.


IQbuds2 MAX features include


True personalization

The headset uses an app to evaluate the wearer’s hearing and automatically calibrates the headset based on the hearing. It uses the clinically proven NAL-NL2 formula to calculate hearing aid amplification, and can optimize the gain based on the user’s personal preferences. Hearing customization is research-proven and does not require a visit to an audiologist.


Multiple active noise cancellation

The headset uses state-of-the-art active noise cancellation and uses three microphones to analyze and process the sound inside and outside the ear. Advanced filtering circuit can generate cancelling waves in the ear to reduce noise and blocking. Users can shield external noise with just one touch. To mitigate and control noise, this feature and Speech in Noise Control (SINC) provide a top-notch dual noise blocking experience.


Situational sound

Nuheara’s patented Speech in Noise Control (SINC) adds unique sound control to every sound scene. With this feature, the wearer can tune the headset to the most comfortable noise program, reduce background noise and improve face-to-face speech intelligibility.


Mobile App Remote

An app can be installed on iPhones and Android smartphones, giving users full control over listening characteristics, including noise reduction and sound processing. Users can adjust their listening sound preferences through the app. In the future, they can also upgrade the headset through the app.


IQbuds2 MAX also provides a very convenient magnetic charging case, providing up to 32 hours of hearing amplification and 20 hours of Bluetooth streaming.


Olive Union has launched the Olive Smart Ear hearing aid headset. Olive Smart Ear has patented hearing amplification technology, and in the preset mode “can immediately adapt to various listening environments”. Olive Smart Ear does not need to spend time to match, just install Olive free app on your smart phone, complete a hearing test, the total time is about 5 minutes. After completing the hearing test, the headset will automatically optimize the amplified sound based on the user’s hearing, while eliminating background noise and howling.


Olive Smart Ear can be paired with your phone Bluetooth and can amplify phone call volume. Olive Smart Ear uses lithium battery charging technology. The charging case is very stylish and easy to carry. It can provide 12 hours of Bluetooth talk time and 10 days of standby time when fully charged.


At CES 2020, Valencell announced the world’s first non-calibrated blood pressure (BP) sensor system that can be integrated into hearing aids, hearing aid headphones, and wearables. Valencell will provide blood pressure sensor systems as a core technology to medical device and consumer electronics manufacturers for use in their products.


The technology is embedded in an earplug reference design and has proven to be as accurate as a blood pressure cufflink through rigorous testing on thousands of patients and tens of thousands of data sets.


This breakthrough technology uses only optical plethysmography (PPG) and inertial sensors to get accurate blood pressure data for the entire day of the headset wearer, for example, sitting at a desk, listening to music, or watching TV.


I believe this technology will soon be applied to our hearing aids, wireless hearing aids or wearables.


After reading these wireless hearing aids, you may be confused about the difference between these wireless hearing aids and hearing aids? In fact, these wireless hearing aids are only suitable for users with slight hearing loss. If you have just noticed that you have hearing loss and you are not ready to opt for a hearing aid, then you can try these wireless hearing aids. However, when your hearing loss is severe, the amplification capabilities of these wireless hearing aids will not be able to meet your listening needs. At this time, it is recommended that you go to a professional hearing center and choose a hearing aid that suits you.


The China best hearing aids factory Jinghao Medical bring there new hearing aids to attend CES 2020. Include the A39 , W2 (G. sound buds Bluetooth hearing aids) , and many other model hearing aids.

Link:CES 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the United States, many manufacturers released new wireless hearing aid headsets and related technologies.

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