digital hearing aid

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dig·i·tal hear·ing aid

(dij'i-tăl hēr'ing ād)
Programmable hearing aid that can be customized to the extent of the user's hearing loss.
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Innovation on the consumer side in fields such as wearables, hearables, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and augmented hearing continue to inspire a newer generation of headset models in the office space.
These include innovative silicon chips, antennas and software, for a large variety of applications, such as smartphones, fitness trackers, hearables, medical sensors and more.
By integrating the technology into DSP Group's portfolio of SoC solutions, powering unified communications phones, mobile phones, wireless hearables and wearables, Mimi will make speech significantly more intelligible for a listener, regardless of their location.
Dave Kemp, Business Development Manager at Oaktree Products and Hearables expert and evangelist, for instance, launched a companion Voice First channel to his daily Flash Briefing, Future Ear Radio, a microcast that touches on all matters Hearables.
India, June 14 -- With AirPods, Apple has captured more than 50 percent of the global true wireless hearables market, followed by Samsung and Jabra, in the first quarter of 2019.
The second-largest category of wearables is earwear, or "earworn devices," often referred to as "hearables." The devices are anticipated to take a 31% share of the wearables market by 2023, supported by growth of biometrie sensors and virtual assistants such as Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa and the Google Assistant.
One next step in wearable audio--called "hearables" in some circles--is content customized for a listener's location.
The IMU is also well suited for other types of wearable devices, such as hearables, smart clothes, smart shoes, smart glasses and ankle bands.
According to Juniper Research's latest report, health care spend in wearables is expected to reach $60 billion by 2023 as monitoring devices and hearables become must haves in delivering care.
(wearables, hearables, etc.) makes things even more complicated.