YES. In some cases. And often with the help of devices to assist your hearing aids.
Here are some examples.You're in the back garden and the front doorbell rings
Q: Do you always hear it?A: Probably not, without hearing aids.
But you can if the doorbell connects wirelessly to your hearing aids.You're listening to the radio in the lounge, then go to the kitchen to make a cup of tea.
Q: Can you still hear it? (Now don't cheat and turn up the volume!)A: Probably not, without hearing aids.
You can stream sound from the TV and radio stright to your hearing aids - even through a brick wall. More here...
The phone rings, but there are other people in the room talking.
Q: Can you carry out a normal conversation as if no-one else was is the room?A: Probably not, without hearing aids.
Some have a programme, or a device, so that the voice of the caller reaches your eardrum - even if you hold the phone away from your ear.
More about the real advantages of hearing aids - over natural hearing - are previewed below. Or visit our Hearing Shop.
One final thing.Do you go to live concerts? Read how to get the most out of hearing aids here...