For example, good speech is not necessarily an indication that speakers can also hear well.
A profoundly deaf person will still hear nothing no matter how loudly a message is spoken.
It's certainly possible that people listening to certain orchestral pieces are going to hear
them in ways that are different from each other and be unaware of that.
Each member of the America Hears Independence Family features 32 channels and the ability to switch between as many as four programs tuned for different listening environments.
All hearing aids in the America Hears Independence family integrate advanced components at the cutting edge of hearing aid technology and design, including:
Dynamic Hearing Pty Ltd's ADRO[R] (Advanced Dynamic Range Optimization) software, sophisticated hearing aid operating system software optimized for the high-performance DSPs used in all America Hears products.
For her husband, Chris, a bassist in a heavy metal rock band, it means Kcezi might one day hear him play.
I would like him to hear me play something,'' said Chris Edwards, 31.
Virtual Office software from America Hears is the only product on the market enabling users to program their own digital hearing aids.
America Hears Virtual Office software lets our customers take control of their hearing aid adjustments in the comfort of their own homes while working directly with our hearing-health professionals to ensure they get exactly what they need.
At Dynamic Hearing, we enjoyed an outstanding, productive collaboration with Henry Smith and America Hears on integration of ADRO[R] software into premium digital hearing aids," Dr.
Blamey's leadership, Australia Hears will continue to engage in the research and development of innovative technology based on the ultra-low power DSP software solutions for personal communication audio devices licensed from Dynamic Hearing.
I was able to take old records of singers like Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra and hear the words of the songs as clear as day, and I was crying with delight," Fischer said.
These patients often learn to hear and speak well enough that they can function in everyday life, engaging in conversations with people near to them in relatively quiet rooms, using telephones, holding jobs, attending school and appreciating music.
Positive responses included: yes, because it would help me, I would have a better quality of life, I think I would have more freedom, I really like to hear
things clearly, etc.