What's New and Notable in Hearing Aids: A Friendly Guide for Parents and Hearing Aid Wearers

Neumann, Sara; Wolfe, Jace
May 2013
Volta Voices;May/Jun2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p24
The article offers information on hearing aids and several new hearing aid technologies. It states that hearing aids with frequency-lowering technology can be achieved by linear frequency transposition (LFT), non-linear frequency compression (NLFG), or spectral envelope warping (SEW). Furthermore, this article highlights some questions that the reader can ask their hearing health providers when they decide to buy their new set of hearing aids.


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