Month: November 2000

News Story #357

November 2000 November Widex Workshops, nationwide. Contact: Regional sales representative. 13, Phonak Claro Training, Adam’s Mark Hotel, Philadelphia. Repeated 11/15 at the Sheraton College Park Hotel, Beltsville, MD. Contact: Liz Brassine, (800

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News Story #356

Bernafon Inc. Three new members have joined the technical support team. Amy Richardson will be a member of the Technical Support & Service team. She has a BS in Audiology & Speech Science and an MA from the Univ. of Illinois. Richardson

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News Story #348

The Hearing Review Cross-Currents are staff-reviewed articles, features and news items that relate to hearing issues from a variety of sources and disciplines. If you are interested in a particular item, we encourage you to obtain a copy of the cited publication. —KE

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News Story #339

This issue of HR contains exciting information on some of the most important emerging areas of hearing health care technology: Sergei Kochkin’s article (p. 24) suggests that directional DSP hearing instruments can achieve overall customer satisfac

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CIC Buyer's Guide

Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing instruments are the smallest and least visible of custom ITEs. First introduced in 1993, CIC instruments have since grown in popularity to comprise about 14% of all hearing instruments dispensed (HIA statistics, 2nd Quarter, 2000). Today’s CICs range from analog linear to digital programmable, and have a great number of benefits beyond their cosmetic value including enhanced telephone use, improved sound localization, wind noise reduction and high frequency gain.  This section of The Hearing Review is intended to provide information about the latest CIC hearing instruments. Descriptions of the products listed below were provided by the manufacturers upon request of The Hearing Review.

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CIC Buyer’s Guide

Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing instruments are the smallest and least visible of custom ITEs. First introduced in 1993, CIC instruments have since grown in popularity to comprise about 14% of all hearing instruments dispensed (HIA statistics, 2nd Quarter, 2000). Today’s CICs range from analog linear to digital programmable, and have a great number of benefits beyond their cosmetic value including enhanced telephone use, improved sound localization, wind noise reduction and high frequency gain.  This section of The Hearing Review is intended to provide information about the latest CIC hearing instruments. Descriptions of the products listed below were provided by the manufacturers upon request of The Hearing Review.

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