Tag Archives: hearing aid batteries

TeleAssist Tip of the Month

By Mandi Chambless, Au.D. Did you know that in order to get optimal performance from hearing aid batteries, it is important to tell your patients to let the batteries “breathe”  for one minute once the sticker has been peeled off … Continue reading

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Get Your Hearing Aid Batteries On A Stick!

It’s that time of year again when we all turn out for the great Minnesota get-together – the State Fair (Aug 22 – Sep 2).  This year, ReSound has once again donated hundreds of hearing aid batteries on a stick … Continue reading

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Advanced Hearing Instruments & Battery Technology

By Jennifer Groth A great challenge for hearing instrument manufacturers is to balance the ever-increasing desire for more advanced hearing instrument features with the rather stagnant performance of hearing instrument batteries. In addition, developments geared toward more environmentally friendly batteries, … Continue reading

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Hearing Aid Batteries

Many markets are moving to mercury-free zinc air batteries for hearing aids. Although more environ­mentally friendly, the new battery technology is not a great friend to hearing aid performance. In a test of Rayovac brand batteries, the first generation of … Continue reading

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Hearing Aid Batteries On-A-Stick!

Anyone who’s familiar with the great Minnesota get-together expects to see an abundance of food items on-a-stick.  This year, ReSound, in partnership with the MN Academy of Audiology, is giving away 2,500 4-packs of hearing aid batteries – all on-a-stick! … Continue reading

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