Audibel hearing aids


Audibel hearing aids are the most famous hearing aid in the town. It provides hearing aids of different types which are of different styles. The audibel hearing aids provide you with the best hearing aids best for your ears.

Varieties of hearing aids

There are basically three types of hearing aids. They are namely, conventional or standard, analog computerized and fully or 100% digital. The conventional hearing aids are of the volume control which has been around for many years. They are linear in compression and are usually the least expensive of all. It typically amplifies both the weak and the strong speech sounds by the same amount, much like using a magnifying glass. When the volume is increased to make the very weak sounds audible, strong sounds are over- amplified. Frequent volume adjustments are often useless in noisy situations. By this device the words remain somewhat distorted and easily confused. Analog computerized hearing aids are digitally programmable hearing aids with an optional remote control. The remote control can store a total of four different user selectable prescriptions. A telecoil option is also available for improved usage with compatible telephones.

Other varieties

Analog devices are based on a sound processing breakthrough. This unique technology is designed to help re-establish the proper loudness relationships between sounds. It does so by first electronically separating sounds into a low pitched group where most of the stronger vowel sounds occur and a high pitched group where most of the weaker consonant sounds occur. Next, the amplification is automatically adjusted, within milliseconds, with the low pitched sounds and the high pitched sounds amplified or magnified independently of one another. In a quiet environment, the weaker or softer the incoming sound, the more it is amplified or magnified the stronger or louder the incoming sound, the less it is amplified or magnified. The result is that one can understand the speech with more clarity. Fully digital or 100% digital hearing aids are an improved one with the advent of the 45 single and the 33 1/3 LP. Finally with the compact disc or CD one can enjoy the fidelity of the sound.

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