programmable hearing aid

programmable hearing aid

multichannel, computer-controlled, analogue, or digital auditory assistive device.

pro·gram·ma·ble hear·ing aid

(prō-gram'ă-bĕl hēr'ing ād)
Multichannel hearing aid that can use more than one level-dependent frequency response strategy.
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Introduction of OtoLens[TM] - the first 100 percent custom, invisible, digital and fully programmable hearing aid
The two companies have already completed the design and market release of the Clari-D(TM) Class D Output Amplifier that significantly reduces the noise compared with competing products and are currently working on the development of a compact programmable hearing aid amplifier and other products.
Brown stated that this expansion should enable the company to expand marketing efforts for the new 3M programmable hearing aid as well as provide HEARx with the additional centers necessary to offer services on the west coast of Florida to the several managed care organizations currently serviced by the company on the east coast of Florida.
I have a specially adapted telephone which tunes into my computer- programmable hearing aids and to many people I appear just like an ordinary hearing person," he says.
It compared Songbird to both Completely-in-Canal (CIC) and In-the-Canal (ITC) custom programmable hearing aids to determine if certain hearing losses could be fit as well with Songbird's seven fixed acoustical formats as with a custom hearing aid.
Also new: digital and digitally programmable hearing aids.

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