Hearing better

August 12, 2016

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It has been proven that hearing health is directly connected to our general health and well-being. People with no difficulty hearing and being connected to the world live better and are healthier.

A new technology

The quest to help people hear better and live well has led to a new hearing aid technology: Synergy®. This platform uses four distinct circuits and a dual compressor. It is also the first to offer audibility accuracy for optimized listening enjoyment.

Hearing aids for daily living

Each day, we face many hearing situations where sounds are all mixed up. In the past, most hearing aids could not handle the acoustic challenges of these complex environments. Today’s best hearing platforms use a unique compression algorithm to process sound inputs. Some of these platforms, essentially focused on speech intelligibility, have made considerable progress. But the acoustic realities of human voices and other sounds are quite different.

New hearing aids with Synergy® are the first that have a dual compressor that can switch from speech to the most dynamic characteristics of everyday sound environments.

Synergy® uses dual compression to improve speech intelligibility and listening enjoyment like never before. This new technology based on four circuits and two compressors provides:

Five times more processing power than previous platforms, to harmoniously and automatically manage complex sound environments

  • A signal processing range that ensures an accurate and customized hearing experience
  • Sound integration capacity and low-level distortion processing for more intense and relevant sound
  • More efficient data management and better integration, for better power management
  • All in a very compact case or shell, for more discreet hearing aids

Synergy® hearing aids are compatible with wireless accessories such as remote control, media streamer for listening to television directly through the hearing aids, and the ability to receive calls through the hearing aids.

Consult an audioprosthetist to find out more about these hearing aids.

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