There are several models of hearing aids designed to help the ear's ability to hear in noise and cope with tinnitus. There are also several hearing devices that can stream the volume of the television and phone directly to the hearing instruments. Here are a few examples.
Hearing better in noise while streaming phone and television volume to your hearing aids:
Phonak's Audeo Smart IX
Ideal for hearing in noise, Phonak's Audeo Smart IX is a newer hearing aid with bluetooth connectivity. It features Zoom technology which allows the wearer to enhance their hearing in challenging, noisy environments. It also features the ability to stream phone and television volume directly to the hearing aids through the use of a necklace streamer.
Hear better in noise while streaming phone and television volume to your hearing aids- without using a necklace streamer:
GN Resound Alera 9
One of the key features of the Alera is the built in streamer technology. This feature allows you to stream the volume of your cell phone and television directly to your hearing aids without wearing a necklace streamer. However, this hearing aid does not feature Zoom technology.
Hear better in noise, stream the volume of your television and phone, and never worry about the hassle of changing batteries:
Siemens Pure 701
Siemens Pure series automatically adjusts volume and program settings to match your surroundings, so your hearing experience is completely customized. Also, as the only rechargeable hearing device on the market, you rarely have to change the rechargeable batteries. Using Siemens Tek, you can also stream the volume of your television and phone to your hearing aids.
A Hearing Aid that helps mask tinnitus:
Widex Mind Series
This model of hearing aid features what the manufacturer calls a "Zen" program. The Zen program is a dedicated relaxation feature used to mask the symptoms of tinnitus by producing a range of harmonic tones.