We often hear this skepticism: Aren't hearing aids just about making sounds louder? What's so complicated about that?
The primary principle of hearing aids is indeed to amplify sounds, making the most of residual hearing for the hearing-impaired to hear sounds they otherwise couldn't, achieving a near-normal listening experience.
But hearing well goes beyond just hearing; it involves a complex process.
Distinguishing Important Information from Other Sounds
Hearing is not just the function of the ears; it's a collaboration between the auditory system and the brain. While hearing individuals effortlessly differentiate desired information from background noise, simple sound amplification by hearing aids leads to a flood of all amplified sounds. This can drown out crucial information and make listening uncomfortable.
Chosgo's technologies, such as Compound Wide Dynamic Range Compression and directional techniques, address this issue by enhancing clarity of essential information while maintaining a connection to the surroundings.
Tailoring to Individual Hearing Conditions
Every hearing-impaired individual has unique hearing conditions. A one-size-fits-all amplification strategy falls short in adapting to diverse user needs. Chosgo emphasizes the need for customization, advocating for hearing aid fittings tailored to individual requirements for optimal listening results.
Determining Source Direction
Eyes and ears are vital senses, serving not only to enrich experiences but also to alert us to potential dangers. Chosgo's cic hearing aids series, equipped with intelligent holographic directional technology, adapts directional strategies to different environments, enhancing awareness of various sound directions.
Binaural fitting, accounting for the volume and time differences between ears, is crucial for a superior directional experience.
Differentiating Information from Noise
In noisy environments, listening becomes challenging for the hearing-impaired. Hearing aids continually evolve to suppress unnecessary noise, amplify relevant speech, and improve speech understanding. Chosgo's technologies, like SmartU Rechargeable OTC Hearing Aids, help users distinguish between noise and essential information in complex or noisy environments.
Facilitating Seamless Device Connectivity
In our tech-driven world, diverse audio-visual and smart devices abound. If you're still using hearing aids that only amplify sound, you may miss out on a satisfying experience with these devices. Chosgo, through widespread use of wireless transmission and MFi technology, establishes new accessibility standards for hearing aid users.
If you're tired of using headphones over hearing aids to listen to music or converting phone and iPad sounds to text for understanding, consider trying products that support audio streaming for a more convenient experience.
If you're still using basic amplification-only hearing aids, it's time to experience the transformative power of new technologies.
In reality, these small hearing aids are doing big work in your listening journey!