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Starkey Launches New Muse iQ Rechargeable Hearing Aids

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA — Starkey Hearing Technologies announced the release of their new Muse iQ Rechargeable, which the company says is the “smartest, smallest rechargeable hearing aid on the market”. The new devices were announced at the 2018 Hearing Innovation Expo in Las Vegas, but are now available for purchase.

The Muse iQ Rechargeable 900sync technology-enabled wireless hearing aid is said to be the company’s smallest over-the-ear hearing aid to date providing that provides “high-definition sound, clarity and presence”.

 

Muse iQ Rechargeable Features

 

starkey muse iq rechargeable The Muse iQ hearing aids are built on Starkey’s latest Synergy® platform and Acuity OS operating system. The devices include the following features:

 

  • 30 hours of use with streaming
  • Full-day charging in less than three hours
  • A portable charging case for rapid 15-minute and “weekend” charges
  • Telecoil
  • A CROS rechargeable system for individuals with single-sided hearing loss

 

Starkey’ new Muse iQ Rechargeable also boast a “user-friendly on/off rocker switch for grab-and-go simplicity”.

 

“Muse iQ Rechargeable is a true game-changer for consumers with hearing loss. These tiny but powerful devices redefine rechargeable hearing technology and represent Starkey’s advanced research in neuroscience, virtual reality, audiology and signal processing. With Muse iQ, we are honored to be able to deliver unparalleled performance, usability, personalization, clarity of sound and presence, and an array of other features that contribute to improved hearing health and overall well-being.”

Achin Bhowmik, PhD, CTO and EVP of Engineering

 

 

Source: Starkey Hearing Technologies

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Why have a switch? If it is on the charger it is off and if it is not on the charger it is on and in your ear. Also, can it stream phone calls both ways, hands-free?