To recognize hearing care professionals for their work in 2021, as well as in the spirit of the holiday season, ReSound announced it is donating $25,000 to the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA).
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At the Sonic exhibit (STAND 3A.408), conference participants will be able to experience firsthand how the SoundDNA platform is said to ”bring together Sonic’s most automatic, adaptive, and flexible hearing aid technologies to deliver on Sonic’s 4S Foundation of natural sound, speech understanding in noise, simplicity, and style.”Read More
Designed to address the greater auditory demands of users with severe-to-profound hearing loss, Trek is said to provide “natural sound while, at the same time, controlling environmental noise for greater comfort.”Read More
Expert Insight #7: Has ZPower made any updates to the Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids since it first launched?
Tim Powers answers questions about updates to the Rechargeable System for Hearing Aids. Get new insights into power issues, and ask your own questions!Read More
Starkey Livio AI Rechargeable Now Available to Veterans, Active Duty Military, and Indian Health Services
Starkey Hearing Technologies is thrilled to introduce a product that can help give millions of people, their families, and caregivers peace of mind.Read More
Powered by the Velox S platform, the upgraded OpenSound Navigator (OSN) is said to provide a 360° listening experience that is “more effective in supporting the brain to help veterans manage listening to multiple speakers in noisy environments,” according to Oticon.Read More
Visitors to the Sonic exhibit (#1213) can also enter a drawing for a Ring Video Doorbell that connects to home WiFi networks and sends real-time notifications when someone is at the door.Read More
Expert Insight #6: I’ve heard there are shipping restrictions for rechargeable batteries and products using them. Do the restrictions apply to hearing aids and accessories that use rechargeable batteries?
Dr Barry Freeman answers questions about shipping restrictions for rechargeable batteries. Get new insights into power issues, and ask your own questions here!Read More
Dr Galster became the director of clinical research at Advanced Bionics, headquartered in Valencia, Calif, and has authored the book, “Audiology Treatment” (Thieme Medical Publishers, 2018), which belongs to a three-part book series that focuses on audiology treatment, diagnosis, and practice management, respectively.Read More
This new offering follows years of investment in GN’s dedicated in-house AI research center, investments in AudEERING, and extensive collaboration with other partners and academic research institutes.Read More
With the addition of five new custom styles, including what’s said to be “the smallest hearing aid style Oticon has ever produced,” the expanded Opn family will expand its open sound experience in styles and performance levels to satisfy a wide range of veterans’ hearing needs and preferences.Read More
The custom lineup includes styles with 2.4 GHz low-energy Bluetooth® connectivity that offer wireless possibilities. The miniaturization of all components can help enable more functionality in less space, resulting in fewer compromises and more modeling freedom to support a better physical fit and a higher fit rate.Read More
Designed with a focus on size to create a “first-rate fit,” Enchant custom models reportedly use a variety of venting, amplifier, and battery configurations to build the smallest possible instruments to satisfy individual preferences for style, comfort, and gain. Feature options include four receiver sizes (75-100 dB), advanced wireless communication with 2.4 GHz, Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) technology, dexterity enhancements for easier handling, and more.Read More