There are many assistive listening devices available today, from sophisticated systems used in theaters and auditoriums to small personal systems.Various kinds of assistive...
My friend has a cochlear implant. In her job, she has many public speaking engagements. She will often have to present information and answer questions from the audience. She turns up the microphone so the audience can hear her but it does not always help.
A review of the newest hearing aids reveal they are discrete, automated, powerful little computers that learn your preferences, so the longer you wear them, the better they get to know your likes and dislikes.
If you have been doing your research on hearing aids you should know by now the majority of hearing aids sold today are digital. Just as any other electronic device, digital...
I just got new hearing aids, but have a lot of static when I use my cell phone. What can I do?
I just got new digital hearing aids, but have a lot of static when I use my cell phone. What can I do?
A new FCC rule requires wireless microphones that operate in the 700 MHz Band to stop operating no later than June 12, 2010 and will affect many theaters, churches, schools, conference centers, theme parks, and musicians.
Loop systems and telecoils provide many benefits to hearing aid users including receiving sound directly from sound loops in public facilities to improve hearing in difficult listening environments.
When I bought my hearing aids 3 years ago, I could not afford an FM system. Is it possible to get one now that will work with my existing aids?
I am an education-based SLP in Ontario, Canada, who plays a significant support role in assisting with the paperwork, installation, in-service, and troubleshooting of Audiologist-recommended FM systems for several students (CAP) in our system. We have no
Is there a way to make my Phonak Handymic work with my pc, so that I can hear when receiving a videocall?
I have been a hearing aid wearer for 15 years. I am currently testing some new models that communicate wirelessly from one ear to the other. I have noticed that a couple of brands have set off the shop lifting security alarm at the entrance/exit at a coup
If I have an in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid with a telephone switch, how would I use the MyLink wireless receiver? What would the cost be, and what components would I need to purchase? Would it work with a switchless telephone amplifier?
TIA's Interference Standard Quickly Becoming Ubiquitous in the Industry. Arlington, Va. - The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) and the Hearing Loss Association of...
Millions of people who wear hearing aids have a difficult time with the use of cell phones. The problem is the way that sound is emitted over a wireless network. The conversation is transmitted using radio waves...
No. Hearing aids work in many different ways to provide the needed and desired speech signals to the listener. Some hearing aids deliver sound through the air, some sound...
Hearing aids serve different purposes and needs. The goal of most hearing aid fittings is to make more speech sounds available to the listener. However, simply making sounds...
Starkey Hearing Technologies announces three new custom wireless styles.
If I get a hearing aid with a touchless t-coil, will the signal be just as strong as with the telecoil on my current Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aid? Should I expect interference from fluorescent lights and computers?
I am very impressed with LOOP SYSTEMS, but marketing and selling them has been a real challenge for me and my practice associates. How do I get patients to try T-coil based Loop systems, and how can I compel patients to install them in their homes?