Monthly Archives: October 2011

Improving Everyday Life with Hearing Rehabilitation

As part of the ReSound Online Symposium, Kathy Pichora-Fuller, Ph.D., full professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Toronto, will discuss how hearing loss may affect cognitive performance and how rehabilitation might promote cognitive health for the … Continue reading

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Surround Sound FAQs Part 2

How is band-split directionality calculated? Band-split directionality is calculated in all directionality modes according to the average of the hearing thresholds at 250 and 500 Hz. Hearing instrument style is also taken into account. Is the determination for the band-split … Continue reading

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Are Modern Technologies Meeting the Amplification Needs of Aging Adults?

If you haven’t already signed up for the ReSound Online Symposium, there are still places open.  Register for free at http://www.audiologyonline.com/resoundsymposium ReSound’s Chief Audiology Officer, Laurel Christensen, will be giving a keynote presentation on Monday, November 7 on the current … Continue reading

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Audiology Awareness Month

Did you know that October is Audiology Awareness Month and National Protect Your Hearing Month?  As hearing care professionals you know how hard it is for individuals to accept hearing loss and take the next step to get help. October … Continue reading

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Surround Sound Digital Processing FAQs

What are the limitations of low-frequency roll-off with traditional directionality? Low frequency information can be lost if there is roll-off of amplification due to loss of audibility in this region. The partial compensation with Bass Boost does not completely restore … Continue reading

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