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Hearing Aid Accessories and Batteries in Edmonton

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Modern hearing aids have advanced hearing capabilities, but there are still some cases where you might benefit from a little extra help. There are various hearing aid accessories to complement your hearing aids and improve your overall hearing experience.

Hearing Aid Accessories

Roger on

Roger On

Experience the optimum performance of Roger On. This FM device has a microphone for all conversations and is ideal for situations when the user needs to hear from a distance under a lot of background noise.


Roger Select

With Roger Select, you can improve the efficiency of your hearing aid and stay connected to your daily conversations.

phonak compilot II

Phonak ComPilot Ⅱ

Stream high-quality sound directly to your hearing aids with the help of this multipurpose streamer.


Phonak PartnerMic

A discrete and simple-to-use remote microphone designed to improve one-on-one conversations.


Phonak TV Connector

You can listen to high-quality stereo sound directly through your hearing aids.


Unitron Remote Plus App

Unitron hearing aid users can use their smartphones to change programs, modify volume, and balance their hearing aids.

Signia minipocket

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Signia miniPocket

The perfect solution for someone who needs to monitor their hearing aids discreetly and conveniently without the use of a huge remote control or smartphone. The miniPocket is small enough to bring on a key ring while still being strong enough to monitor all important features.

signia app

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Signia App

The Signia app provides you with all you need to get the most out of your hearing aids. You get everything customized to your preferences: audio streaming, remote control, and remote assistance. All you'll need is your smartphone to get started. Through the Signia app, you can also get immediate help anytime and wherever you need it. With the new Signia Assistant, you can get in touch with your hearing care professional via TeleCare.

streamline tv

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StreamLine TV

The StreamLine TV allows audio from your television to be fed directly into your hearing aids. You can even use the Signia app to regulate the volume.

streamline mic

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StreamLine Mic

StreamLine Mic allows you to take calls and listen to music hands-free from any Bluetooth system in stereo quality. It can also be used as a remote microphone.

We Provide Signia Products

Audio Streaming

Explore our top audio streaming products below and look at Signia brochure:

Hearing Aid Chargers

Stationary hearing aid chargers for home use and portable hearing aid chargers for charging on the go are available, depending on the hearing aid model.

Pure Charge & Go AX standard charger

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Pure Charge & Go AX standard charger:

This small reliable desktop charger is ideal for basic recharging at home.

Phonak Charger Case

Phonak Charger Case

It is a compact charger for two hearing aids.

Insio Charge & Go AX charger

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Insio Charge & Go AX charger:

Place Insio C&G AX custom rechargeable hearing aids into the Insio charger to charge while you rest, and then go.

unitron charger

Unitron Charger

The Unitron Charger is a charger and protective hard case in one.

Hearing Aid Batteries

What Sizes of Hearing Aid Batteries Are There?

Hearing aid batteries are available in four sizes, all of which are numbered and colour-coded. The size of the battery you'll need is determined by the hearing aid you choose.

Size & colour

Size 10 yellow

Size 312 brown 

Size 13 orange

Size 675 blue

Typical uses

Mini Rics, CICs, IICs

Mini BTEs, ITCs


Power BTEs

  • What Are the Effects of Loud Noise on Our Hearing?
    The ear is a fascinating and complex organ with fragile parts sensitive to the effects of loud noise. Thousands of sensory cells in the inner ear translate sound into nerve impulses so that the brain can understand the signal. When these hair cells are exposed to excessive sound levels, they may be damaged or gradually destroyed, resulting in hearing loss.
  • What Is the Threshold for “Too Loud”?
    We live in a noisy environment and are exposed to sounds at work, home, school, sports, traffic, clubs, theatres, and concerts regularly. These can all be fun activities, but when they become too noisy, they can become dangerous. The E-A-R research sound level scale depicts the normal sound levels we may encounter and when they become hazardous to our ears. Long-term exposure to 85dB is usually enough to cause hearing loss, but the length of time/duration of exposure is also important.
  • What Should I Do to Safeguard My Hearing?
    If you wish to protect your hearing, there are a variety of options available: earplugs, both custom and non-custom (the popular yellow earplugs); earmuffs, musician plugs, HiFi earplugs, and so on. They come in a variety of bright colours, making them easy to spot and less likely to be misplaced. When you're at work, coworkers will see if you're wearing gear that protects your ears. When they want to connect with you, this shows them they need to get your attention first.

Tips on How to Take Care of Your Hearing Aid Batteries

Hearing aid batteries should be stored at room temperature.
Do not store in the refrigerator.
Before replacing the batteries, thoroughly wash your hands. The hearing aid can be damaged by grease and dirt on the batteries.
Allow moisture to escape by leaving the battery compartment of your hearing aid open at night. This prevents the battery from corroding and causing damage to the hearing aid.
Remove any dead batteries as soon as possible. When a battery is fully discharged, it can swell and be difficult to detach.
Hearing aid batteries frequently lose power unexpectedly, so it's a good idea to have an extra pair on hand at all times.
Keep your backup batteries away from coins, keys, and other metal objects to avoid them being discharged.

Are Rechargeable Hearing Aid Batteries Available?

Yes, many hearing aids are now available with rechargeable batteries that can last for years.


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Make Your Hearing Aids Last Longer

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