The CS50 has three preset amplification profiles, and allows personalization using a free app for Apple iOS 7, Android, Windows, or Mac OS X. The app creates a customized sound profile with adjustments in high, mid, and low frequencies and the device can function as a Bluetooth headset for mobile phones.
In what is reported to be the first known study of its kind, researchers have shown that the language we learn as children affects brain structure, as does hearing status.
Researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School have been able to suggest what goes wrong in the body when people develop Ménière’s disease, and provide new insight into factors that lead to its development.
Jeff Newnham, president of Phonak Inc, comments on a recent letter from a new network buying group that contains Phonak’s VA and government services contract price list that is causing confusion within the hearing healthcare community.
Neuromonics, Inc, has named Sarah J. Smith, AuD, clinical sales manager.
Nineteen contestants from 13 universities are getting down to the business of developing their Executive Summaries, the first step on the path to victory in the 2014 Academy of Doctors of Audiology Student Business Plan Competition.
Grason Stadler has announced significant updates to its GSI AudioStar Pro.
Sonic says its new Charm60 Standard IIC takes a revolutionary one-size-fits-many approach that enables hearing care professionals to offer a discreet, instant fit product the delivers on Sonic’s commitment to make “everyday sounds better.”
Innovative shirt design offers active cochlear implant (CI) users a new, attractive, functional alternative to wearing CI sound processors in the water or when participating in physical activities, says Ci Wear.
More pharmaceutical and research companies are developing drugs to treat and prevent hearing loss, according to an April 7 article in Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN).