Category Archives: Sound Quality

Audiologists Speak – “Thank You Verso”

Suzanne May is a Doctor of Audiology at Sutter Audiology & Hearing Aid Center in Sacramento, CA.  She recently contacted her ReSound rep, Anthony Stephenson, with this great Verso story. I have a patient, “David”, who is a 54 year … Continue reading

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Introducing ReSound Verso

ReSound is pleased to announce the launch of ReSound VersoTM, a flexible new hearing aid that delivers a more natural listening experience via Binaural Processing – a feature that allows the hearing instruments to work together while you choose what … Continue reading

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Warp vs Other Sound Processing Strategies

By Jenny Groth The old story about FFT etc compared to Warp somehow got all muddled in the telling. FFT, IIR and FIR are digital filters. We use all of these types filters in our compressor, in our feedback cancellation, … Continue reading

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NoiseTracker II FAQs

As for the Noise Tracker II, quantity of gain reduction of low frequency and the high frequency is decided by the possibility that there is a speech. Which frequency is this speech probability decided with reference to? Is it specific … Continue reading

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A Note on Sound Quality

Excellent sound quality is a claim made by many hearing instrument brands, including Resound. But when it comes down to proving sound quality, there does not seem to be a definitive measure. Global Audiology team member, Marit Claussen, is representing … Continue reading

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Alera FAQs – Natural Directionality Part 2

Will Natural Directionality II be more difficult to fit to older patients? Not necessarily. Approximately 70-95% of the variability in speech-recognition performance can be attributed to variations in hearing loss. The remaining variability can be accounted for by differences in … Continue reading

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Alera FAQs – Natural Directionality

What if the patient has a symmetrical hearing loss but thus far has not worn two hearing instruments; which ear should be the focus ear? The ear that has been amplified should be the focus ear. How many people have … Continue reading

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