Hearing technology today uses digitized sound processing (DSP) to convert sound waves into digital signals. A computer chip in the hearing device analyzes the signals to determine whether the sound is noise or speech. It then makes modifications to provide a clear, amplified, minimally distorted signal.
Digital hearing aids are usually self-adjusting. The digital processing allows for more flexibility in programming the aid. In this way, the sound it transmits matches your specific pattern of hearing loss.
This digital technology offers many advantages. Key benefits include:
improvement in programmability
greater precision in fitting
management of loudness discomfort
control of acoustic feedback (whistling sounds)
Oticon Opn 1 miniRITE
With over 110 years of experience, Oticon sets the standard for hearing aid research and design. They are a leader in styling and advanced signal processing.
Their current devices utilize the BrainHearing technology. This technology preserves the important details in speech, so the individual's brain doesn't have to fill in the gaps. This enables the hearing instruments to work together as a system instead of an amplifier to help you accurately locate sound.
Phonak Audeo Venture 90-10
Phonak is a global provider of hearing device solutions that has been around since 1947, designing the most powerful in hearing device solutions. For many years, they have excelled at powerhouse hearing devices for the severe to profound hearing impaired population.
In the last 10 years, Phonak has improved their research and technology to design sleek, highly technological devices appropriate for individuals with mild to profound high frequency hearing loss. Their hearing devices paired with their latest bluetooth devices and FM systems give users the best in connectivity to their teachers, peers, co-workers, and family and friends.
Starkey Halo 2 with iPhone TruLink App
Starkey Hearing Technologies is a revolutionary company dedicated to helping people hear around the world. They have been designing hearing devices since 1967.
Starkey's new technology, the Halo i110 hearing device, works directly with your iPhone and Apple watch to control your hearing experience wherever you are.
Widex Unique Passion 440
This Danish company founded in 1956 sells devices to more than 100 countries. Widex hearing devices utilize something called frequency transposition, which gives hope to those patients who are dealing with profound high frequency hearing loss. We are able to present the high frequency sounds in the environment like soft consonants in speech and the birds and transpose them into your lower frequency hearing.
Widex also excels at utilizing many different wireless devices for connection to your telephone, cell phone, television, and music device.
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