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14 October 2016 - 1586 Views
A good audiologist testing at home should check the level of sound with a sound meter to see if the levels are appropriate. He or she should then either test with insert earphones which when properly inserted provide a good level of noise reduction or with headphones with audiocups which I use for home visits. Doing this should ensure a similar result in either environment. A potential advantage of testing at home is that on a subsequent fitting appointment any TV streaming device can be set up for the patient. In additions any phones that stream... Read more