I got hearing aids a year ago at age 34. I bought really high end ones (Widex brand, about $6k for a pair). They sounded terrible at first and took a few months to get used to. Now I don't notice them 90 percent of the time. Even when they sound a bit funny, it's far better than not wearing them. They have bluetooth connectivity, but that requires wearing a small lanyard, presumably because the actual sound is transmitted through an induction loop. Cheap earbuds sound better than using them to stream music.
I also have debilitating tinnitus, so bad that I miss a lot of work and have trouble functioning some days. The hearing aids didn't help with that. However, the majority of people with tinnitus and hearing loss notice an improvement when they get hearing aids.