This likely refers to the number of channels in the hearing aid. Channels are used to process different frequencies of sound, allowing for more precise adjustments.
Fitting Range: Up to 80dB
This indicates the fitting range of the hearing aid, specifying the range of hearing loss it can effectively address.
Types: BTE (Behind-The-Ear)
This specifies the style of the hearing aid, indicating that it is worn behind the ear.
- Data Logging: Keeps a record of the wearer’s listening environments and usage patterns, which can be useful for fine-tuning settings.
- Feedback Cancellation: Reduces or eliminates whistling or feedback sounds that can occur with hearing aids.
- Noise Management: Helps in minimizing background noise, enhancing the user’s ability to focus on desired sounds.
- Critical Gain Measurement: This likely involves precise measurement and adjustment of the gain (amplification) at critical frequencies for the individual user.
- Fixed Multi-Channel Directionality: Indicates that the hearing aid has fixed settings for directing focus to specific channels or frequencies.
- InsituGram: This term is not standard in hearing aid terminology. It might be a proprietary feature or a specific technology related to in-situ measurements or adjustments.
- Speech Management: Likely involves features that enhance speech clarity, making it easier for the user to understand spoken words in various environments.