New Technology brings Digital Hearing Aids to Miami
Digital hearing aids use computer technology. The comfort and sound level that you hear can be custom-tailored to your unique hearing loss. Connecting the digital hearing aids to a computer and programming them to your loss accomplish this. But, there are non-digital / analog hearing aids that can be programmed this way too. So, what are the differences between digital hearing aids and analog? Hearing aids receive sound through the microphone.
Distortion and noise are added to the sound from the microphone. This is because microphones make noise. Analog hearing aids pass the sound on to you with the noise and distortion. Digital hearing instruments clean sounds as they come into the hearing aids so that there is less noise and distortion. The sound is then sent to the amplifier, where your digital hearing aids measure the sound and decide how much power to add in order for you to hear.
At New Generation Hearing Centers you can find the most up to date digital hearing aids. Dr. Joseph K Duran is a professional Audiologist who received his doctorate degree at the University of South Florida. From a young age, Dr. Duran followed his love for audiology while studying at Miami Dade and working at Caribe Hearing Aids in Miami. For more information on New Generation Hearing Centers call 305-551-7222 or visit them online at http://www.miamihearingaids.com.