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How does it work? First of all, the hearing instruments identify wind noises as interference and suppress them as much as necessary. In addition, they use the fact that the wind tends not to reach both ears with the same intensity to their advantage. As the hearing aids in the left and right ear continuously exchange information about the incoming audio signals, they now recognize which sections of the signals are affected on which side. And where possible, they can replace the effected sections with their better counterparts from the other side.
For example: A hearing aid wearer is involved in a conversation when a large gust of wind occurs. The hearing aids detect this and attenuate the wind noises on both sides. If the wind primarily hits the left ear, the rustle would be particularly evident on that side and, as a result, the hearing impression there effected. If the speaker can be heard more clearly on the right side, the hearing instruments then forwards the clearer speech signals to the left ear, too. This allows the wearer to follow a conversation considerably better, even in windy situations. If the direction and intensity of the wind changes, the hearing instruments adapt to the new conditions immediately. All this happens completely automatically and without compromising any battery life.
As such, the latest Siemens hearing aids offer for the first time a noticeably more efficient solution to an issue which has been a problem for some hearing instrument wearers to date, especially in their outdoor leisure activities. For further information and a FREE hearing test, please make an appointment with us. Come in and visit A Atlantic Hearing Aid Center, (where hearing tests have always been a service which we offer our patients for free).
SOURCE: Siemens Hearing Aids
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