Road to the CIC Hearing Aid

Part II – XP Peritympanic Impact Leading to the CIC Hearing Aid   This post is a continuation of a blog from a couple of weeks ago describing the road to the development of the CIC (completely-in-the-canal) hearing aid. What started as an effort to reduce the occlusion effect for ITC (in-the-canal) style hearing aids, led…

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User-Adjustable Hearing Aid Volume Control

The last two posts have provided information about the reasons for the disappearing volume control on hearing aids, and on research studies that have investigated consumer desires for such a control. It appears that close to 35% of those who wear hearing aids wish they had some kind of user-adjustable hearing aid volume control. Comments…

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