Costco Hearing Aids

Costco Hearing Aids Many hearing aid consumer’s experiences at Costco wholesale locations are mixed. The hearing aid staff on hand at a local Costco location dispensing a cheap or expensive device may suggest a brand that many are not familiar with. The sound quality may sound poor; “compressed and/or tinny” and may not fit right. A non-molded, non-custom fit Costco hearing device may lead to discomfort, irritation,...

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Halo iPhone Hearing Aid +App

Halo iPhone Hearing Aid +App Control your hearing experiences with Halo, the breakthrough Made for iPhone® Hearing Aid, and TruLink™, Starkey’s personalized hearing control app. Halo hearing aids are engineered to work with your iPhone, iPad® and iPod touch®, so FaceTime® and phone calls, music, videos and more stream directly into your hearing aids with pristine sound quality – no background buzzing and whistling. Halo delivers...

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Getting Used to Hearing Aids

Getting Used to Hearing Aids During the first couple of days, the sound reproduced by your new hearing aids may be perceived as unnatural. Your new hearing aids may make various sounds difficult to recognize and distinguish between. If you use your hearing aids every day, you will gradually get used to the new sounds. You will soon remember how nice it is to hear the many sounds that life brings. First-time hearing aid users For...

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Evaluation of Noise Reduction

Evaluation of Noise Reduction Evaluation of Digital Noise Reduction Algorithms Developed at our Hearing Research Center, SpeechTrax underwent a battery of sound quality studies throughout research and development. Individual parameters of the algorithm were adjusted to accommodate the listening preferences of patients and to ensure that the algorithm was appropriately targeting noise in the gaps of speech. These early studies were...

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