What Is Acoustic Feedback From Hearing Aids?

Answer Known as acoustic feedback, a hearing aid whistle is similar to the sound produced when you put your mouth too close to a live microphone.FeaturesA hearing aid has a microphone, amplifier and recei... Read More »

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If I have good/excellent hearing and I then wear hearing aids.....?

The frequencies amplified to make speech easier to hear, mostly between 1 and 3Khz, are quite high, and one downside of wearing aids is that high-pitched noises. like cutlery and crockery banging t... Read More »

What are the causes of hearing aid feedback?

Hearing aid feedback can be internal or external. Internal feedback can be heard only by you when wearing the hearing aid. External feedback can be heard by you and others around you when wearing t... Read More »

What is n-fusion technology in hearing aids?

nFusion techonology offers the latest perks to the hearing-impaired. Hearing aids with nFusion technology are the first of their kind made using nanoscience and thus offer advanced features not fou... Read More »

What is the disability rating for hearing aids?

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs stipulates that to receive a hearing aid a veteran must have a hearing loss connected with military service or a disability rating of at least 10 percent for... Read More »