Power/Intensity vs. Pressure

Defining Power, Intensity, and Pressure It is not uncommon to hear individuals involved with hearing aids use terminology related to sound levels incorrectly, especially power, intensity, and pressure.  This, in spite of the fact that most hearing professionals had been exposed to proper use of such terms early in their careers. This post is a…

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Tympanic Membrane and Hearing Aid Fitting III

Two previous blogs related to the behind-the-scene interaction of the tympanic membrane  (TM) to the hearing aid fitting process focused on basic anatomy, especially that related to ear canal length (Part I), and to a better visualization of the TM orientation compared to general artistic renderings (Part II). Part III will draw these issues together…

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