What does “Programmable” mean?
Today’s technology has allowed hearing instrument engineers to develop a microchip that, along with the circuit itself, allows the instrument to be digitally programmed with up to three different “situation” setting or “memories.”
Unlike traditional non-programmable instruments, they offer the user a wide range of adjustments. Your hearing health professional will fine-tune the instruments according to your specific needs. The instruments will then automatically adjust to changes in your environment.
Unlike other hearing aid instrument models that basically amplify sounds, this new sound processing technology, with more control options and flexibility, allows your hearing health professional to obtain a higher degree of precision in fitting your individual loss. (also check Siemens hearing aids)
Now, he or she can target the exact amount of amplification you require better than ever before.
How do I program it?
These advanced technology instruments are digitally programmed ONLY by your hearing health Professional. NO programming is required on your part.
Programmable are truly revolutionary circuits with more functions and control features than were previously available. You, today’s sophisticated customer, can now enjoy this versatility.
Digital hearing aids
Digital technology has enhanced people’s lives in many ways. In the area of hearing instrument sound processing, digital hearing instruments provide low distortion, clean, high-fidelity amplification, and tailoring options that fit precise hearing requirements.
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They also provide the patient flexibility to adjust their prescription should their individual needs change. The discriminating choice is a 100% digital, dual channel hearing instrument
Using advanced sound processing technology, it balances the wide range of sounds found in everyday life. Soft sounds can be heard, average sounds are comfortable, and loud sounds are loud, but not uncomfortable.
It automatically adjusts to make the listening environment a more secure, welcoming place for those with a hearing loss.
How digital signal processing technology works. A computer chip in the instrument analyzes incoming sound waves and converts them into digital signal (1’s and 0’s).
The digitized numbers are modified according to algorithm instructions in an effort to reduce background noise while amplifying the sound patterns of speech. The signal is then reconverted to sound waves and high fidelity sound.
Fully automatic volume control
Reduced noise and distortion
Optional multiple memory
Steps before getting a Hearing Aid
- Check with your insurance provider: it may cover the Hearing Aid cost. Acoustica hearing deals with most insurance providers. At Acoustica, we can check with your provider and help you with processing your claim!
- Acoustica Hearing offers an interest-free payment plan.