- Published on 07 October 2014
audifon will introduce its new RITE-housing, which is the perfect mix between an elegant design and a well-balanced feature set. Two different receiver units with an amplification of up to 55dB make it suitable for a broad fitting range and are moreover easy to exchange in no time at all.
- Published on 07 October 2014
Unitron introduces Shine™ Rev, the newest family of entry level hearing instruments that delivers the most natural sound in its class. Powered by Era™, Shine Rev’s best-in-class features work together to increase listening comfort and speech clarity.
- Published on 26 September 2014
“Visitors to our booth will have a unique chance to see and experience first-hand the flexibility and modularity of AURICAL, and how AURICAL can drive efficiency throughout the fitting process.”
Update to the Affinity2.0 integrated fitting solution supporting the clinician’s daily use in the clinic
- Published on 17 September 2014
Interacoustics released the new Affinity software, version 2.4.0. This new version includes multiple features such as
- Published on 11 September 2014
For use in temporarily relieving the symptoms of tinnitus, the Levo System is a personalized, neuroscience-based sound therapy. Leveraging the brain’s natural cognitive abilities, Levo identifies and maps an individual’s unique sound print using custom-fit ear buds and proprietary software on Apple iPad® and iPod® touch mobile digital devices.
- Published on 27 August 2014
Researchers at the University of Iowa (UI, Iowa City) are hoping to use a smartphone application to improve hearing loss technology.
- Published on 12 August 2014
WaveTech– Soluções Tecnológicas, a recently established Brazilian company has developped a free ap that reproduce the most common features embarked on hearing aids. ‘Woalá’ (http://woala-app.com/pt/) is a simulator whose purpose is to show how a hearing aid works, explore the effects of its main algorithms and, finally, raise awareness among hearing impaired people who still haven’t looked for treatment.
- Published on 07 August 2014
ZPower has released a new Product Development Kit to help product designers evaluate its rechargeable, silver-zinc battery technology for upcoming product designs for hearing instruments, medical devices, wearable computing and other applications.
ZPower rechargeable silver-zinc batteries deliver up to three times the energy in both XR41/312 and XR48/13 battery sizes compared to traditional nickel metal-hydride rechargeable batteries. Silver-zinc technology also has significant energy density advantages over lithium-ion microbatteries while operating at a lower voltage.
The Product Development Kit is available to product designers, engineers and developers for applications in any industry that would benefit from a high energy density rechargeable microbattery.
- Published on 21 July 2014
Calibrated hearing screening with a smartphone has been found to provide comparable results to conventional audiometry in a new study.
- Published on 18 July 2014
With this video, know more about the two-channel audiometer with pure tone, speech and free field audiometric testing as well as Master Hearing Aid.