At Sophisticated Hearing, our dedicated team aims to bring the latest in hearing healthcare to our patients. If you are looking to get state-of-the-art digital hearing devices, you have come to the right place. Dr. Olson will work with you and your family to help improve your hearing as well as your quality of life.
Also known as digital signal processors (DSP), digital hearing devices come with the same features that their analog counterparts have. Their main difference is that they can convert sound waves to digital signals. Next, it duplicates the sound that’s being converted, without amplifying it. Computer chips are then utilized to analyze speech and other forms of sound.
Today, digital processing technology has allowed many different hearing aid manufacturers to offer varying levels of advanced features. These devices continue to advance and have become much more sophisticated for individuals who encounter dynamic listening situations on a regular basis. Some of these advanced features include:
Listening demonstration sessions are designed to test out one or more hearing devices to determine which technology works best for you. With today’s advanced technology many devices may be appropriate for your hearing loss but you may prefer one sound quality over another. We encourage you to bring someone with you for the listening demonstration. If there is a particular person that you have difficulty hearing we can test how you hear them with and without amplification. We can adjust each device to see if you can hear that person even better. If you are unable to bring someone with you then we will use various types of recorded speech including videos and speech in noise testing. You can hear for yourself which device offers the best performance and fit. Dr. Olson provides on-site adjustments to enhance hearing clarity.
Speech mapping is a verification and fitting method that is utilized to make sure your digital hearing device is tailored to your individual needs. Sophisticated Hearing offers Live Speech Mapping. If there is a particular person you have difficulty hearing we can adjust your hearing aids for their specific voice. This is one of the many reasons you are encourage to bring someone to your appointments.
A form of hearing loss treatment that’s designed to maintain your brain health and overall quality of life. We hear with our brain not our ears. The ears are merely a transformer to change outside signals (acoustical energy) to an electrical signal our brain can perceive.
Digital technology and hearing devices have certainly come a long way in the last year nevermind the past decade. Improved miniaturized circuits and filters have resulted in significant improvements, in terms of patient usage. The digital technology that’s built into the devices has also enabled them to separate and amplify sound into different frequency regions selectively. This ensures that loud sounds are not uncomfortable and soft sounds are audible. All in all, you can count on digital hearing aids to provide a natural sound quality with a very low level of distortion.
At Sophisticated Hearing, we offer the most competitive rates for our high-quality digital hearing devices. We develop hearing treatments that seamlessly adapt to our patients’ lifestyles and interests. Our company offers a great array of hearing devices and they come in many different styles as well. When you work with us, you can rest assured that you are in good hands at all times. Our patients have got nothing to lose and many brilliant sounds to gain!
To determine which digital hearing device best suits your condition and needs,feel free to schedule a hearing consultation with us. Call (201) 445-2455 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.
As you may have previously seen on our website, Sophisticated Hearing has and will continue to take all necessary precautions to protect your safety from the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Your overall health is our top priority, and we want you to know that during these unusual times, we are open for our Current and New patients to help you manage your hearing loss.
Here’s what we’re doing to protect you:
As always, your health and safety are very important to us. If you have questions regarding any of this information, or would like to discuss your hearing health, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 201-445-2455. We look forward to continuing to help you on your hearing journey now and in the future.
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