Need Hearing Aids? Love Music?
So you’re looking for the best hearing aids for listening to music?
Standard hearing aids are built to help people hear conversation more so over music. The frequency range of a piano is around 20Hz – 4100Hz, whereas a human voice sits within 80 – 255Hz.
With such a larger frequency range to process, it’s key to get the right hearing aid especially if Music plays a big role in your life.
If you are looking for the best hearing aids for listening to music, you have many options to pick from.
Most top hearing aid companies offer different settings within the hearing aid itself to give better performance while listening to music. Some even use artificial intelligence to improve your music listening experience while using hearing aids.
Premier Hearings Favourite Hearing Aid For Music Lovers
One of our favourites is the Widex Moment, don’t just take our word for it, check out what Steve Lukather from the band Toto says about them,
Other hearing aid options for listening to music
Speaking with your audiologist is a great first step as they will test and assess your hearing ability to then recommend the perfect solution for you.
An audiologist will be able to recommend a hearing aid within your price range to give you the best quality possible and when it comes to listening to music getting the best quality is a priority.
If you already have a great pair of hearing aids you may just need to ask your audiologist to set up the settings to gear them more towards music. Some hearing aids have options to change the settings through a smartphone app so you can adjust your hearing aids depending on the situation
Already have hearing aids and want to improve your music listening experience?
If you are looking for a quick fix to improve the quality of listening to music through your hearing aids, consider buying some good quality noise-cancelling headphones.
The better quality you play the music the better your hearing aids will be able to pick up the sound. Along with the noise-cancelling aspect which will cut down any other interfering sounds again improving the quality of music you receive through your hearing aids.
If this isn’t an option then making sure there is minimal background noise will help improve your music listening experience while using hearing aids.
Want to get a FREE hearing assessment?
If you want to have a chat with one of our audiologists about the ways you can improve your hearing quality and hear the songs like you used to then get in touch with us by calling 0800 048 5688 or contacting us here.