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MERZ Audio®

The MERZ Audio® PC audiometer is a two-channel audiometer for sophisticated diagnostics. It includes air and bone conduction, speech audiometry and free-field measurement. The MERZ Audio® family also includes: AudioControl audiometry keyboard Audiometry loudspeakers AM-4 and AM-6 Free-field amplifier audioboX...

Sharing audio data for the greater good of research

HomeBank is a novel online repository for daylong audio recordings of children and families. Daylong recordings of children in naturalistic environments with their family and friends are an important source of information to enable an understanding of how children develop...

Otopront AUDIO Diagnostic Audiometer

The AUDIO is an advanced audiometer which allows a wide range of diagnostic tests like air conduction, bone conduction, speech audiometry and freefield. Lastest technology combined with Otopront’s focus on user-friendly design, ensures that the audiometer meets the needs of...

Directed audio pointing the way to a great listening experience – HyperSound Clear<sup>TM</sup>

In this Spotlight on Innovation we explore an innovative ultra-thin speaker system compatible with TVs, which can be programmed by a hearing professional to a listener’s hearing profile and preferences to deliver a directed 3D listening experience. Whether your patients...

Coros: can a smart helmet make listening to audio content safer for cyclists?

The popularity of mobile phones has made listening to content while on the go – whether it be music, audiobooks, podcasts, or voice calls – a seemingly universal practice. Earbuds and other headphone styles adorn the ears of nearly every...

RESONANCE® R15C Audio-Tymp: the most complete device

R15C Portable Audiometer and Middle Ear Analyzer, is RESONANCE®’s most complete device, offers a range of testing opportunities as a diagnostic device, the best choice to implement RESONANCE®’s TeleAudiology. It can integrate OAE module for otoacoustic emissions with TE and...

Virtual human speaker

The aim of the discussed study was to develop and evaluate a 3D virtual speaker that could use pre-recorded audio-material and possibly be used for audio-visual speech testing in the future. The authors developed the terminal-analogue method that allows to...

Clinical coding: variability and error in otolaryngology

The ever topical spectre of coding in otolaryngology is comprehensively evaluated in this article. It attempts to debunk the mystique of current coding practices and the challenge of health informatics in the modern NHS. A total of 3131 randomly selected...

Making sense of modern wireless hearing aid technologies

Before diving into the topic of the technology behind wireless hearing aids, it is important to define two key concepts. The first is wireless frequency. This is the frequency at which a wireless signal is transmitted. In the context of...

How loud is too loud? Smart ways to monitor noise exposure through your headphones

As an audiologist, an increasingly common concern patients have is noise exposure from their headphones and how it will impact their hearing over time. It’s a legitimate worry considering the average adult is streaming audio content on their mobile devices...

Entries open for AOTY 2019 award

Nominations are open for the annual Audiologist of Year award (AOTY) 2019 competition, now in its 12th year. The award is organised by Rayovac in partnership with Audio Infos, the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (EHIMA) and the European Federation...

How to train adults with single-sided deafness and cochlear implants

Cochlear implantation (CI) in patients with single-sided deafness (SSD) has been carried out in Perth, Australia from 2008. It poses challenges to clinicians and patients who are trying to tune in the poorer ear while still having a normally hearing...