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The first digital hearing aids were introduced in 1987. At the time they used DSP (digital signal processors) to convert an analog sound signal into a digital counterpart.

The first digital hearing aids were introduced in 1987. At the time they used DSP (digital signal processors) to convert an analog sound signal into a digital counterpart.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Digital
    Hearing Aids
  • 3. The first digital hearing aids were introduced in 1987. At the time they used DSP (digital signal processors) to convert an analog sound signal into a digital counterpart.
  • 4. However recent advances in digital technology has enabled the introduction of many important digital hearing aids.
  • 5. Digital hearing aids have the ability to amplify sounds which are of interest while keeping the overall sound to a comfortable level.
  • 6. These devices are also very good at discerning what is conversation and what is background noise.
  • 7. Digital speech enhancement is an effective way to provide more natural sounds from speech and allow listening to speech more enjoyable.
  • 8. This technology allows for a great deal of customization and sound enhancement so the features will continue to evolve and be improved upon.
  • 9. Call Today
    (978) 378-3367
    Visit Our Website
    www.Hearing-Aids-Merrimac-MA.com