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Hearing goggles are rare and are only used in very special cases. Their advantage is that they can direct the sound of both sides to one ear.

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Hearing aid for special cases

Hearing goggles are rare and are only used in very special cases. Their advantage is that they can direct the sound of both sides to one ear.

Therefore, a pair of hearing-glasses is especially useful for those who regularly wear glasses anyway and are hard of hearing in one ear but deaf on the other. In the case of hearing glasses, there is a technique known as "Bi Contralateral Routing of Signals" (BICROS): Both brackets of a spectacle frame are equipped with hearing aids that are networked with each other.

If the sound is picked up by the microphone of the "bad hearing" side, the signals are transported through the hearing glasses to the "good" side. The transmission is done either by a cable that is hidden in the glasses frame, or by radio. The better hearing ear is thus always supplied with the signals of both sides. In this way, the carrier does not miss a sound even if it gets him on the deaf side.

The reworking of the glasses frame for hearing glasses is relatively expensive. Cash patients usually have to make an additional payment.


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