In the ever-evolving field of hearing restoration, there are advances in technology that drastically improve the functionality of hearing devices.
In the early 1990s, In-The-Ear devices became available that were very cosmetically appealing compared to the larger Behind-The-Ear of the time. Then around 1995 digital hearing devices vastly improved sound shaping, and in 2004 Receiver-In-The-Ear and “Open-Fit” devices proved that “plugged up” feeling could be eliminated with tiny discreet “open” instruments. Now, there is again something new that is completely revolutionizing the way we treat and improve the hearing of our patients. Researched and developed in the finest medical device laboratories in Denmark, handmade in the USA, we have the privilege of introducing the future of hearing devices.
Accurate Hearing Centers has been selected as the exclusive site in Oregon to facilitate preliminary studies on a revolutionary new hearing system that seamlessly connects to Apple devices like the iPhone, iPad and iPod. This latest technology offers exceptional surround sound experience, and 2.5GHz wireless connection to televisions and telephones. Additionally, this breakthrough system utilizes a next generation noise-canceling (technology not previously available), unparalleled wind resistance and virtually waterproof.
For the first time, you can experience vibrant sound clarity, effortless use and comfort with a hearing system designed to connect you to all the important things in your life!
Qualified patients included in this trial will evaluate this new advancement in hearing restoration risk-free and with no obligation. You will be asked to experience the sound quality, noise management, and connectivity features and complete study questionnaires that will assist us in continued development of the most advanced hearing restoration devices in our industry. Eligible participants must:
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Test positive for hearing loss
- Must have difficulty understanding speech within the presence of background noise
- Prior hearing aid experience recommended, but not required