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How Is That Number Determined?

Of the many hearing aid parameters that optimize a hearing aid for music, the peak input limiting level is the most important. If the level is too low, front-end distortion will occur related to the higher levels associated with music, and no amount of software processing (that occurs later in the hearing aid circuitry) can resolve this.

Lantos Technologies Relaunches So Professionals Can “Own the Ear” with Custom ITE/RIC Fittings

Lantos Technologies wants hearing care professionals to “own the ear” by providing better technology for the 3D scanning and replication of the dynamic ear canal–for improved sound quality, reduced feedback, and better comfort and retention for the wearer. Learn more about the Lantos relaunch and watch a short interview of company CEO Paul Harkness who provides his perspectives on customizing hearing aid fittings for enhanced patient-centered care and greater customer satisfaction.

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NAL Presents Interactive Panel with Nuheara to Discuss OTC Hearing Technology November 25

The online event is an interactive panel discussion between NAL’s Director Dr Brent Edwards, and Justin Miller, the Co-founder and CEO of Nuheara. Both experts in the area of over-the-counter hearing technologies will meet to discuss the past, present, and future of the technology, and its place within audiological practice, according to NAL.

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Center for Hearing and Communication to Hold ‘CHC’s Communication Tips to Get You Through Holiday Celebrations’ Webinar November 18

Noisy gatherings, rapid banter, and cross talk at holiday tables and parties have always made the holiday season challenging for people with hearing loss. Now the pandemic is requiring many of us to adapt our traditional ways of celebrating. How will you manage hearing loss in virtual and in-person settings?

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New Paper Explores Audiologists’ Evolving Role As a ‘Hearing Loss Mitigation Counselor’

A new paper from a group of private-practice audiologists explores how the future of hearing healthcare depends upon recognizing and serving patients from a whole-person perspective—moving away from the narrow view of addressing hearing loss through amplification only, to becoming “hearing loss mitigation counselors” and treating the needs of the individual.

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