Golden cables, warm tones and lossless compression. For audiologists who are audiophiles, replicating some of the beloved inadequacies of analog technology can make sound media more appealing.
Phonak eSolutions and our eAudiology resources give you the tools, knowledge and skills needed to perform the majority of hearing care services remotely until face-to-face visits are possible again. And there’s more to come.
When a patient is not benefiting from hearing aids, audiologists are uniquely positioned to help address fears and plant the seed for taking a next step for a cochlear implant consultation.
An audiological engineer explains what we understand about vent size and how a new product improvement will help guarantee a good fitting for every custom earpiece.
This listening simulation can help you understand the different technologies so you can ensure students with hearing loss have the least restrictive access to education.
Ever been lost when it comes to directional microphones and in need of easy communication to find some direction? Introducing a document that explains how beamformers work, in a nutshell.
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