Hearing Aids Technology
      In the past 10 years, digital hearing aids have essentially made the use of analog hearing aids obsolete. These devices still serve a function for some people, however. Various individuals who have a history of wearing analog hearing aids for several years sometimes have a difficult time adjusting to and benefiting from the different way digital hearing aids process sound. This is not the fault of the person or the hearing aids, but simply a subjective reaction on the part of the hearing aid wearer. In cases like this, there are still hearing aid manufacturers that make analog hearing aids.
      Digital hearing aids have been the cause of excitement for years now. Digital hearing aids represent the most advanced technology available today allowing the most precise prescriptive fitting available.
      Digital hearing aids focus on bringing understanding of speech through sophisticated control of the sound signal inside the hearing aid. If you think about the sounds that you can hear and sounds that you cannot hear, these sounds differ in pitch (ex. keys on a piano) and they differ in volume/loudness.
      Digital hearing aid processing can shape the hearing aids’ amplification (volume and clarity of the signal which you hear through the aid) across changing pitches and changing volumes.
      Another example would be to imagine a graphic equalizer on a stereo and imagine how you can fine tune music to your specific listening preferences. 

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