Symphony of Sound

There is a peaceful feeling after the test and fitting when you’ve passed over and rejoined the hearing world again. You suddenly notice the slightest breeze and the sound of how it shakes the leaves around you. You experience nature’s orchestra; this beautiful Symphony of Sound. That moment you can hear again is a beautiful experience. Clear-tone cares about helping people hear better, and we want to guide you through the simple steps to hear the…

Wireless Streaming in Both Ears

Wireless Streaming in Both Ears? With Clear-tone’s Wireless Hearing Aids, get ready to understand speech better than ever! Most people with hearing loss tend to have trouble understanding speech clearly. That means hearing loss can be frustrating, especially when you are watching the big game or your favorite TV show. Maybe you have to ask your spouse or a friend some of these questions:  “What did he say?” “Did they say his name was Green?”…

Clear-tone Cares

Do you say to yourself? “What if I hear someone’s question wrong? Or what if I don’t hear someone calling my name?  Or maybe, what if I smile and nod, as if I understand?” Clear-tone cares! WHAT IF CLEAR-TONE CAN HELP? People with hearing problems try to fill in the blanks when they only hear 3 or 4 words. Tracking conversations can be exhausting. Those who spend their lives listening to others to learn and…

Oklahoma Owned and Operated

Did you know that Clear-tone Hearing Aid Laboratories is Oklahoma Owned & Operated?  For over 35 years Clear-tone has been serving the hearing impaired people of Tulsa, Oklahoma. When it comes to developing patented hearing aid technology, no other hearing aid provider in the state has knowledge, experience, or a patent portfolio like Clear-tone! It is our passion to serve the people of Oklahoma that drives us to seek excellence in every patient interaction. However,…

Patented Hearing Aid Technology | Clear-tone

In 1984, brothers Jim and Mike Feeley started Clear-tone Hearing Aid Laboratories with a simple vision; to help improve people’s hearing. Not too long ago, hearing aids were custom made for each ear and manufacturing them was a burdensome process. First, a custom earmold was made and then shipped off to a lab for casting and programming. If the fit wasn’t right, it required more shipping and waiting for adjustments. At times it would be…

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