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WS Audiology Opens Distribution Center in Mexico

Hearing aid solutions provider WS Audiology announced the opening of a new 94,000 square foot Americas Manufacturing and Distribution Center in Mexico to serve Signia customers throughout the United States, Canada, and Latin America. As part of this realignment, the company is phasing out all China-based Signia custom device production for the Americas. 

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Neuromod Appoints Eric Timm as US CEO

Neuromod Devices Ltd, the medical device company which specializes in neuromodulation technologies, has announced the appointment of Eric Timm as Chief Executive Officer of its recently established US entity, Neuromod USA Inc, effective from October 1, 2021.

Efficacy of Directional Microphones in Open Fittings Under Realistic Signal-to-Noise Ratios Using Widex MOMENT Hearing Aids

PureSound with ZeroDelay technology has been designed to shorten hearing aid processing delays to less than 0.5 ms across frequencies and therefore greatly enhance the sound quality, particularly for large-vent or open fittings—fittings that can reduce the effectiveness of directional microphones. This study shows the PureSound program on the MOMENT hearing aid is as effective as the premium products of two other manufacturers for managing speech understanding in noise at realistic SNRs.

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Reducing Hearing Aid Delay for Optimal Sound Quality: A New Paradigm in Processing

Sound quality in digital hearing aids is often compromised due to signal-processing delay and the resulting “comb-filter effect.” To change this, Widex recently introduced a new solution, designed particularly for mild-to-moderate hearing losses, which employs an ultralow delay. This results in a sound quality that has, until now, been unattainable in digital hearing aids. This article describes the physics of hearing aid delay, and presents a field study on the sound quality experience of the new system.

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Widex Launches Moment Hearing Device

The Widex Moment platform achieves this hearing experience by leveraging two distinct signal pathways. The ‘classic’ Widex signal pathway is paired with a second ultra-fast signal pathway that adds extra gearing to the platform, the company says.

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WS Audiology is ‘First Hearing Aid Company’ to Receive Eu MDR Certification

The certification process at WS Audiology, with hearing aids and related software in scope, started with on-site audits in October and November of 11 sites in Europe, the US, China, and Singapore. During these audits, the company reports that its new quality management system was reviewed by notified body TüV Süd to ensure compliance to the EU Medical Device Regulation.

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