I am proud to be among the first in Charlotte to carry Starkey’s March 2016 release of their newest lineup of hearing devices, released just this month! I am so excited about their innovations and invite you to set an appointment see what it is all about. I have to pause for a second to say thank you to my patients who have left me twenty-one 5-star Google reviews, twenty-one 5-star Facebook reviews, and seven positive experience reviews with the better business bureau. I’m not sure if I have said this on the blog before, but my goal (the 1 year plan, the 5 year, or the 20 year), is to be THE most well-respected hearing aid clinic in Charlotte, NC. Now a lot roles up into being well-respected, like having the best service, the best product, fair pricing and frankly, caring the most! So one step on that journey is to be up to date and well trained on the newest and best technology to help my patients hear better.
Starkey’s March 2016 release includes three different product lines that are going to help me fit each of my patients’ varying needs.
1.) Halo 2™, Starkey’s newest Made for iPhone® hearing aids, help patients stay connected by streaming phone calls and music directly to their hearing devices through an app on their smartphone. This is hands-free listening at its best! The Halo 2 is engineered to work specifically with the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch, with some Android devices
connecting as well. In contrast to the original Halo, the Halo 2 has a slightly slimmer case and includes a button on the back of the device to aid in program changes when the user is away from their phone. Good idea!
2.) Muse™, which raises the bar in clarity and background noise suppression, is replacing the Z-series which was already well loved by my patients. To talk techy, the 3 levels of technology in this series will raise the channels in the devices from 8, 12, or 16 in the Z-series….to 16, 20 or 24 in the Muse. This will give me greater control in providing the most clear and crisp sound quality. The Muse also allows direct connections with accessories like the Surflink Media television streamer, which sends the sound directly into the wearer’s hearing devices without raising the volume of the TV for other listeners in the room.
3.) Soundlens 2™ is Starkey’s new, wireless, invisible-in-canal device which is designed to fit deeply and discreetly in the ear canal as a more affordable alternative to the Lyric™. The wireless connection sets it apart, as the patient can easily modify the sound with a remote control. I MUCH prefer this device to the Lyric and would be happy to explain the pros and cons.
All three product lines in Starkey’s March 2016 release are available at Levine Hearing with introductory pricing. As always, a 30 day money-back guarantee is provided to ensure that you are satisfied.