I'm an Electrical Engineer who became hearing impaired in college, which is why I became a dispenser 30+ years ago.
My degree is a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (co-operative) from Georgia Tech, class of 1988.
My areas of specialty include hearing aid and assistive device engineering and dispensing, architectural and classroom acoustic engineering, loudspeaker & audio system design & engineering, and industrial noise monitoring and remediation engineering.
I am also the editor at The Hearing Blog, where I discuss the latest research into hearing loss, especially related to auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD), cochlear implants, and communication systems engineering.
It varies widely, based on how much streaming is done; and whether mercury-free or older, better non-mercury-free #13 cells (~240 mAh) are used.Typically the Halo draws about... Read more
ReSound LiNX, Enzo, LiNX², and Enzo², and Beltone First, Legend, Boost, & Boost+ hearing aids work well with compatible Android phones. However, with Android there is no... Read more
Indeed, in-home service is already built into the Beltone and Miracle-Ear business models at most all of their franchises. However, it may not be available in some cities due... Read more
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1) Your audiologist must rule out Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD), and low frequency cochlear dead zones, which is a form of ANSD. The screening test is measuring... Read more