- Published on 25 June 2014
Widex introduces EASYWEAR, a new wire and receiver ear-tip solution. EASYWEAR solves the challenges many hearing aid users experience with RIC/RITE devices, in particular lateral migration and the unpleasant cosmetic gap between ear wire and head. To do this, Widex have completely rethought the design of the wire so that EASYWEAR allows for a better physical fit, more stability in the ear canal and a more cosmetically appealing appearance.
- EASYWEAR is easy and quick to fit, saving you time
- The unique design of EASYWEAR bends the wire close to the user’s head to give a more comfortable, secure fit and no lateral migration
- The construction of EASYWEAR is robust so it stays connected
- Small and discreet, EASYWEAR can be enjoyed by a wider range of your clients
- Published on 24 June 2014
MED-EL announced the official launch of the SYNCHRONY system – a new cochlear implant system. It includes the SYNCHRONY (PIN) implant* offering the greatest MRI safety possibilities currently on the cochlear implant market (high-resolution MRI scans up to 3.0 Tesla) and the SONNET audio processor specifically designed to mimic the processing of sound more naturally. These features make the SYNCHRONY system the new pioneering solution for all cochlear implant candidates. The new SYNCHRONY cochlear implant system will be available in all countries that recognize the CE mark.
- Published on 24 June 2014
Otometrics now offers an integrated pediatric module with VRA control with their popular MADSEN Astera2 hearing assessment solution.
Designed specifically for testing children 6 months to 6 yearsThis dedicated module has been developed based on the needs of pediatric professionals around the world and is designed specifically to meet the challenges of testing children from 6 months to 6 years.
- Published on 18 June 2014
On the pitch communication is vital. A well-remembered example of this was the 2006 World Cup final in Berlin between France and Italy. In the 110th minute, Zinedine Zidane headbutted Marco Materazzi.
- Published on 16 June 2014
ComCom consists of different components: a custom made so called eShell, which is produced by 3D selective laser sintering of powder of clinical nylon. In steps of one tenth of a millimeter layer by layer the earpiece is built, off a laser scanned ear impression. It is a hollow piece of green or beige nylon, lightweight (just 1.8 grams), durable, and comfortable as it is built exactly along the anatomy of the referees ear. Phonak’s knowledge of the ear anatomy and experience with creating comfortable, durable and biocompatible hearing aids came in handy of course. On the outside facing part of the eShell a so called multifunctional interface, a mechanical opening of fixed dimension and shape, allows for the piece with the electronics to be snapped in. The electronics contain a small inwards facing loudspeaker that can deliver sound up to 100 dB SPL.
- Published on 13 June 2014
Sonion A/S, the global leader in micro acoustic and micro mechanical technologies and solutions for hearing instruments, in-ear earphones and specialty headsets, today announced the release of the third spin-off from the popular E-series platform: The dual receiver E90D for power applications. It is indeed specifically designed to match the requirements of power BTEs. The new E90D holds best in class low frequency MPO of 118 dB SPL and a peak output of 138 dB SPL. The receiver comes with rounded corners for a better fit rate and similar to all receivers in the E-series, it is designed with complete encapsulation of the motor for reduced magnetic radiation.
- Published on 12 May 2014
The Siare Acoustique audio company is specialized in the design and manufacturing of products for audiology tests. Its Alpha, Delta and Audio Pro ranges have been designed in collaboration with hearing aid specialists, these speakers and the Delta A8 amplifier have equipped many hospitals, the latest is the Necker Hospital in Paris. The brand SIARE is also a partner of many stores specialized in audiology in France and abroad.
- Published on 08 May 2014
iHear Medical has announced that it has shattered its Indiegogo crowdfunding goal three-fold with over 900 backers pre-ordering the world’s first Web-enabled hearing aid. iHear Medical’s ultimate goal is to improve access to hearing aids and to bring the cost of advanced hearing aids in line with the cost of prescription eyeglasses -- about $200.
- Published on 29 April 2014