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Starkey Rechargeable Battery Option from ZPower

Starkey Upgrades Halo and Muse Hearing Aids – Rechargeable and More A rechargeable battery option, faster sound processing, more connectivity and better smartphone app control position new models at the cutting edge Starkey Hearing Technologies is upgrading its Halo and Muse hearing aids with its next-generation Acuity OS2 sound-processing solution, an improved TruLink 4.0 smartphone […]

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Starkey Hearing Aids Muse Announcement

Starkey Hearing Aids, Muse™, Now Powered by ZPower Starkey Hearing Aids, Muse™, now available in a ZPower rechargeable option American-owned and -operated Starkey hearing aids, announced that, beginning in February 2017, it will offer its highly popular Muse™ micro RIC 312t in a ZPower rechargeable battery option. The Muse™ micro RIC 312t is Starkey’s® “made […]

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Rechargeable Hearing Aids A Look At The Options for 2017

Rechargeable Hearing Aids – A Look At The Options for 2017 A new generation of rechargeable battery technologies promises to make life easier for rechargeable hearing aids consumers in 2017. When two new rechargeable hearing aid models and an innovative new retrofit rechargeable battery system hit the market in late 2016, consumers finally got a […]

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How Safe are Lithium Ion Batteries? Are There Safer Alternatives?

The Popularity of Lithium Ion Batteries Because of lithium’s enormous capacity as an energy source, it has been the focus of much of the rechargeable battery industry’s time and attention. This effort has led to the development of lithium ion batteries, which are rechargeable and more stable than their solid lithium counterparts. Currently, it is […]

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ZPower to Exhibit Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids at AuDacity 2016

ZPower is pleased to announce that its rechargeable system for hearing aids will be on display at booth #402 during this year’s Academy of Doctors of Audiology’s (ADA) Annual Conference – AuDacity 2016 held at Loews Coronado Resort in San Diego, Calif. On November 10–12, 2016, ADA members, audiologists and hearing industry thought leaders from […]

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Rechargeable Silver-Zinc Batteries Will Soon Become the New Standard for Hearing Aids

Unlike many other modern portable electronic devices that are powered by rechargeable batteries, hearing aids still primarily use disposable batteries which require frequent replacement. Depending upon the severity of hearing loss and the frequency of use, today’s hearing aid batteries last 3-14 days. With the rapid penetration of wireless communications and device connectivity technology into […]

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Rechargeable Hearing Aid Batteries Comparison

In the World of Rechargeable Hearing Aid Batteries, Not All Are Created Equal

Anyone who has experience with hearing aid batteries knows that, up until recent years, the only rechargeable options were batteries made from nickel metal hydride. These batteries were useful in providing rechargeable capability, but they lacked the power and capacity to provide wearers with the all-day charge they needed for dependable daily hearing support.   […]

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Battery Capacity, Battery Density and the State of Rechargeables for Today’s Hearing Aids

On August 22, The Hearing Review published an article by ZPower’s very own resident PhDs Barry Freeman, Jeff Ortega and Ross Dueber. This informative article promotes the understanding of how batteries work with thorough explanations of the differences between battery capacity and battery density. It details why this information is important—now more than ever—in evaluating […]

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Hearing Tracker Survey Sheds Light On Consumer Preferences

Last week we posted the results of a Hearing Tracker survey of 500 consumers and 100 hearing care providers that investigated what these groups want in a rechargeable hearing aid solution. The results reveal that both wearers and providers want rechargeable batteries for their hearing aids. But the results also show that there is some […]

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Hearing Tracker Survey Says Wearers Want Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Hearing Tracker Survey Results Are In! When it comes to batteries, hearing aid wearers know what they want. Recently, HearingTracker.com conducted a 500+ patient survey to find out exactly what key factors wearers are looking for. The results were clear: Hearing aid wearers want rechargeable batteries! But that’s not all, they want them to provide […]

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