Tag Archives: Audiogram+

A NAL NL2 and Audiogram+ Showdown!

By Erica Koehler, Au.D. Each hearing instrument manufacturer implements a proprietary fitting rationale as the “first fit”; the philosophy and logic behind each can vary greatly leaving the end user with very different gain settings depending on which brand they … Continue reading

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The Audiogram – A Brief History

The audiogram is a common, every day tool for many. Jame Jerger, PhD, wrote about the history of the audiogram for The Hearing Review. Let’s take a look at how it came to be. The first audiometer in the U.S. … Continue reading

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FAQs – Programming in Audiogram+

Is it acceptable if someone programs a GN ReSound hearing aid in Audiogram+ and then REMs to NAL? And if yes, why? By Jenny Groth Yes, it is acceptable. However, they should not be upset if they don’t get a … Continue reading

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