Starkey Livio Edge Artificial Intelligence Hearing Aid Review

Starkey created the world’s first hearing aid with artificial intelligence a few years ago. Since then, they have been building on and improving that technology. Starkey’s newest premium technology hearing aid is called the Livio Edge AI. These hearing aids are available in rechargeable in all styles, and they come standard with Bluetooth connectivity to smartphones! 

The Livio Edge AI hearing aid has a few more special features than the other technology levels offered by Starkey. Things like fall detection and language translation are made available exclusively in the Edge AI product. Using Bluetooth connectivity to a smart app, these hearing aids can be used to set reminders, track brain and body activity, activate your smartphone’s voice assist, and even request a remote adjustment for the programming! 

On top of these extras, the Livio Edge AI hearing aids come with the most advanced technology that is offered in hearing aids. Providing a natural sound quality, background noise reduction, and the ability to have the most minute adjustments to the programming, these hearing aids have satisfied just about every patient that has been fit with them at Gardner Audiology! 

Our Audiologists at all Gardner Audiology locations throughout Tampa Bay, Florida have extensive knowledge and experience working with Starkey products. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com to schedule an appointment.  

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