Discussion Topic – High Frequency Hearing Aids and Audiometry

HI All,   The blog posts which I normally write are designed to be informational and either provide technical, support or product specific information so this is a first for me. I thought that if i can get a response from some of my fellow audiology professionals it would help to build this particular post…

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Audiology Now! 2013 – Where was Everyone?

AAA’s Audiology Now! 2013 is the world’s largest professional audiology gathering. It is an essential annual feature for suppliers, professionals, researchers and students to learn, mingle, eyeball one another and share the latest ear-gags. Except that one could not help but feel that this year’s conference was emptier than usual. Due to the huge floor space? Or…

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Deskmate: Small, Yet Mighty

  The PowerWave Deskmate is a personal speech amplification system benefiting from being completely portable and wireless, with two full range speakers and fantastic battery life. It’s proven to be ideal for the hearing impaired, where background noise or distance can cause difficulty, as well as for teachers and other public speakers who suffer vocal…

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What is Lesson Capture technology and why should it be standard in every classroom and lecture hall?

   Seriously simple lesson capture has arrived! PC Werth and Front Row introduce Juno; the lesson recording technology that’s totally changing the way precious lesson time is used.  A Soundfield voice amplification system in its own right, Juno boasts the sound quality of a fully installed system with the convenience of a single portable tower….

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PowerWave Deskmate: A Blessing without Disguise

One of our most popular products has got to be the PowerWave Deskmate. This portable wireless speech amplifier is the perfect example of what happens when small and mighty technology come together; creating a personal PA system that is powerful yet not in the slightest bit obtrusive! It’s proven to be ideal for hearing impaired…

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Olympic Opening Ceremony Brings Deaf and Hearing Impaired onto the World Stage

Who saw the Olympic opening ceremony? Well, who didn’t more like! And most would agree that it was a fantastic and heartfelt show of what it is to be British in 2012- minus the cynicism. The key message was inclusion and the LCD lights glowing the message “THIS IS FOR EVERYBODY” bright into the homes…

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Eric Sykes: The Man, The Legend and The Hearing Impairment

What a week! With Wimbledon let downs and Nationwide downpours it all seemed to be business as usual in the British Summer of love. But one piece of news did rock the boat; the great loss of comedy legend Eric Sykes. As a writer, actor and director he was expert in taking a simple comic…

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Technology Is No Longer Taught, It Teaches!

  Blackboards became whiteboards, whiteboards became interactive and then? The possibility of having a personal, digital whiteboard in the hands of every single student… ipad — classroom, I believe you’ve met?” The classroom is certainly changing and adapting to the point where technology is no longer taught, it teaches! And yes, perhaps finances aren’t quite…

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