Month: June 2012

Noise Cannons? Really? REALLY?

I was about to publish an editorial about the binaural revolution and its impact on hearing care, but then the following came over the wire. This is an excerpt of a May 17 release from the Better Hearing Institute (BHI), Washington, DC.

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Hearing Tech Patents Awarded to Lenhardt and Richards

Virginia Commonwealth University has received a United States patent for technology developed by HR contributor Martin Lenhardt and his colleague Douglas Richards. The patent was awarded for “hearing device improvements using modulation of acoustically coupled signals at middle ear resonance.”

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The Case of the Missing C#

A thug named “John Smith” is looking for his lost C# and wants to find it—now. Just another night and case to solve—with some help from Hallowell Davis and the audiological literature.

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