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Our clinic is actually conducting a longitudinal study on this to verify the improvement of SoundRecover2 over SoundRecover, and so far it is very promising, so the short answer is "yes." But here's the long answer...We currently have approximately 12 participants in the study. SoundRecover2 was introduced in April of 2016, but strictly using instruments designed for severe to profound hearing losses. This being the case, we have designed our study around patient's with this type of hearing loss. Most patients previously wore Phonak Naida... Read more