Tag: speech intelligibility



Frequency Therapeutics Publishes FX-322 Phase 1/2 Results

The data show hearing improvements in adults with acquired sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) and the “first known linkage of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for a potential hearing restoration therapy,” according to Frequency.

Starkey’s Dave Fabry and Archelle Georgiou to Deliver Keynote Address During ‘Digital Future Friday’ Event

Their presentation, “Putting the ‘AI’ in patient-centered hearing health care,” will explore how new technological breakthroughs are putting the power of artificial intelligence directly into the hands of patients, giving providers an even greater opportunity to help them hear better and live better lives. The virtual presentation will be delivered on October 9, at 2 pm CEST.

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Neural Encoding of the Stimulus Envelope Facilitated by Widex ZeroDelay Technology

Research suggests that listeners rely on stimulus envelope cues for robust speech comprehension in both quiet and noisy conditions. This study compares three premium hearing aids, including Widex MOMENT hearing aids with ZeroDelay™ technology, relative to how they might affect the central auditory system’s ability to encode the temporal envelope of the input sounds—and therefore possibly distort the quality of the temporal envelope code available for higher-level auditory processing.

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When One Size Does Not Fit All: Special Hearing Solutions for Special Occasions

Hearing aids continue to offer special programs for special listening needs. But just how good are these programs, and what types of preferences do hearing aid wearers have when using them? This study compares two special programs with the Universal program in Widex EVOKE hearing aids. Along with some revealing insights into fitting individual patients, the results demonstrated that both special programs performed the job they were designed to do, and the overall study shows the potential benefits of providing special programs for special listening situations and individual preferences.

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