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Remote Microphone Hearing Instrument Technology

ReSound’s Jennifer Groth and Stephen Hallenbeck recently contributed an article to AudiologyOnline entitled “Evidence-based Design Leads to Remote Microphone Hearing Instrument Technology”.  This article discusses the underlying principles that guided the design process of Remote Microphone hearing instrumentation at ReSound. … Continue reading

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Remote Microphone & Directivity

By Stephen Hallenbeck, Au.D One of the benefits of Remote Microphone Technology is that it takes advantage of the natural directivity afforded by the pinna and external ear.  The shape and orientation of the pinna provide directivity by enhancing sounds … Continue reading

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Remote Microphone Technology

By Stephen Hallenbeck, Au.D This week, I’ll be posting a number of blog posts about the science behind Remote Microphone Technology and the patient benefits in terms of localization, directivity and wind noise reduction. Remote Microphone Technology works by leveraging … Continue reading

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