Why Do I Hear...
But Not Understand?
Study by Cambridge University Reveals Key Answer


ntil recently, there was no practical way to identify dead regions
of hearing cells in the ear. However,
a new procedure using standard test
equipment now allows for identification of dead hearing cell regions. The
study suggests that the presence or
absence of dead regions may have
serious implications in the fitting of
hearing aids.
This research reveals that amplifying dead cells is a mistake which will
result in poorer speech understanding in noise. A new type of digitally
programmable microcircuit is now
being released from Audibel – one
of the world leaders in nanoScience
technology – that can be programmed
to bypass the dead cells. As a result,
the patient’s usable hearing cells receive amplification, thereby improving
speech understanding in noise.
“We are employing a like method in
our diagnostic sound booths using a
sound field speech in noise procedure”, said Joe Crnkovic of Audible
Hearing Center. “This test simulates

hearing in a noisy
crowd. We are
able to determine
maximum speech
understanding by
frequency shaping
this new hearing
aid.” The results
have been phenomenal.
These new
products come
in all shell sizes,
including the
smallest digital
models, with low introductory prices
available. During its release, Audible
Hearing Center is offering this new
frequency-shaping hearing instrument
on a 30-day satisfaction trial. “Your
satisfaction is absolutely guaranteed,”
Crnkovic said.
If you hear, but are having trouble
understanding conversation, take
advantage of the complimentary
demonstrations offered this week.
Call Audible today to schedule
your no-obligation appointment.

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