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- Integrated volume control for enhanced usability & convenience
- Operates for about 50 hours with BA-300 rechargeable battery
- Neodymium magnets & Duofol? diaphragms for audiophile-grade sound...
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- Works On any TV
- 125 Decibels of Power
- Digital connectivity with Dolby, SRS, and PCM compatibility
Do My Hearing Aids Make Me Look Fat? | Kathy Gottberg07/16/15 ,via Huffington Post
Through writing I able to address many of my own hesitations about the idea of hearing aids, and by researching, I learned why wearing them was a very important thing for me, and others like me, to do. In the end, I realized that I cared far, far more
Mafela's good - and nice07/18/15 ,via The Citizen
gesturing to his hearing aid. Mafela is no spring chicken. He has been doing this for over 40 years. “I started going to the movies at the age of three with my friends. I was independent from a young age.” Mafela says, referring to his days growing up
Turtle Beach, Audiology Management Group partner for HyperSound Clear ...07/13/15 ,via News-Medical.net
Typically, these first-time patients simply don't want to get a hearing aid, and instead turn to other means to address hearing and understanding the television; whether that means turning-up the volume or turning on closed captioning. What happens
Hearing Aids Market Growing at 4.6% CAGR to 201906/30/15 ,via MarketWatch
These innovative devices enhance hearing and also allow the user to stay connected to devices such as an MP3 player, television, and smartphone. The hearing aids market is characterized by new-generation technologies. ReSound LiNX2 by GN Store
Giving the Hearing Impaired Access to Use Today's Wireless Devices07/06/15 ,via Santa Clarita Valley Signal
It's newest hearing assist device, the Naida CI Q90 EAS, received approval for distribution in Europe, giving people combined access to cochlear implants with electrical stimulation and hearing aid amplification in one device. The Valencia-based firm
The Benefits of Closed Captioning for Elderly Hearing Aid UsersProQuest. 2015. ISBN: 9780549160489,0549160485. 124 pages.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of closed captioning and hearing aid use on word recognition of televised materials in a sample of 15 older adults with hearing loss, who use hearing aids. Participants viewed television segments in four viewing conditions: (1) without hearing aids or closed captioning (BSLN), (2) with hearing aids (HA), (3) with closed captioning (CC), and (4) with hearing aids and closed captioning (HA+CC). Three types of programming (game show, drama,...
Overcoming Hearing Aid FearsRutgers University Press. 2003. ISBN: 9780813534879,0813534879. 192 pages.
There are dozens of misconceptions about hearing aids: “They make you look old.” “They cause ear infections.” “They increase hearing loss.” “I can’t afford one.” This misinformation impairs a person’s quality of life by discouraging them from pursuing help. Technological advances have enabled hearing aids to address a greater range of hearing losses, while making them smaller, better designed, and easier to use than those of the past. More people than ever can benefit from a hearing aid, yet...
Textbook of Hearing Aid AmplificationCengage Learning. 2015. ISBN: 1565939972,9781565939974. 766 pages.
This comprehensive text provides the hearing health professional with a broad overview of the advances in technology and clinical insights relating to hearing aid devices and those who use them. Emphasis is given to the most current advances in clinical assessment and hearing instrument technology. In addition to clinical assessment techniques, this text offers detailed analysis of the application of digital signal processing. Psychology is included to help professionals meet clients'...
"This hearing aid for TV was recommended to me by the hearing aid technician for my dad who has severe hearing loss and cannot hear without a hearing aid.