systems are worn behind the ear with the help of either a discreet earhook or slim tube, depending on the wearer’s degree of hearing loss; they are secured into the ear canal using either a customized earmold or a dome. This ensures that acoustic signals will be transmitted directly to the eardrum. Control elements (buttons or rocker switches) allow you to select individual programs and regulate volume separately, as a supplement to the hearing system’s automatic adjustments. Thanks to cutting-edge micro-electronics inside the devices, they, too, are particularly small and discreet.
In-the-Ear (ITE) hearing systems sit inside the ear, making them particularly discreet and inconspicuous. They are manufactured using cutting-edge laser technology to fit your individual ear shape, allowing your outer ear to shape the sound naturally to provide a highly authentic hearing experience. Hearing system size depends on your acoustic needs and personal desires, and of course the shape of your ear or ear canal. Both the hearing system itself and the microphone are directly inside the ear or in the ear canal, so the hearing system is practically invisible.
Hearing glasses based on bone conduction technology provide a solution for those who require both visual and auditory assistance or auditory alone. Customized solutions cater for anyone who does have conductive pathology. And it’s more convenient for some one who bothered about cosmetic appearance.
Tinnitus is noises in the head, not related to any psychiatric condition. The noise can be heard anywhere in the head or in one or both ears. So far there is no scientific proven cure for tinnitus. Nobody else but you can hear the noise because it does not come from any external source. Al though you are the only person who can hear the noise it is not a result of your imagination.
Tinnitus is no rare occurrence these days, and it greatly affects the everyday lives of those suffering from it. AUDIFON’s hearing solutions take this development into account. AUDIFON’s multi-talented hearing systems provide greater ease of hearing and help address tinnitus. The specific model of hearing system families not only provide support with hearing loss, but are also include a tinnitus function as a standard feature, making them ideal for tinnitus patient care.
Now we deliver what many people have been wanting for a long time: made-to-measure hearing systems that provide optimum individual support. AUDIFON hearing systems are adapted to provide optimum tinnitus patient care. These hearing systems ensure optimum speech clarity as well as brilliant, natural sound.
In day-to-day usage, this hearing technology is an aesthetic winner as well: supple shapes that account for natural ear anatomy and a wide selection of color combinations ensure that these elegant hearing systems are hardly noticeable in everyday life-hearing system wearers or for the people around them.
A space saving pre-assembled acoustic booth which is very practical and cost effective. Designed to provide a controlled environment to complete screening audiometry
Many industrial and health care organizations have recognized the need for a controlled acoustic environment where accurate audiological recording can be obtained. The our acoustic booth is a very practical and cost effective acoustic booth which has been designed to fulfill this requirement.
We are providing both diagnostic and screening audiometry and tympanometry that can provide accurate results.
The loop system consists of a microphone to pick up the sound (e.g. spoken words) and an amplifier which processes the signal, which is then sent to a loop cable. A loop cable is a fixed wire that is placed around the perimeter of a specific area. This area can be quite large, e.g. a theatre or a church, or quite small, a person's living room for example or even down to a chair. A loop can even be fitted around the person's own head (neck loop). The wire then sends the signal directly to the hearing aids of those who are in the room when their hearing aids are set in T-mode.
The telecoil in a hearing aid (also called t-switch or t-coil) is a tiny coil of wire around a core that will induce an electric current in the coil when it is in the presence of an activated loop system. Normally, a hearing aid picks up sound with a microphone and then amplifies the sound. With a telecoil, the hearing aid “hears” the magnetic signal from the loop system and then amplifies that signal.
Loop systems are also called audio-induction loops, audio-frequency induction loops (AFIL) or hearing loops.
A loop system cannot be used by hearing aids without telecoil.
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