Fitting ranges provide critical information when it comes to selecting the best possible hearing aid for your patient. This course will investigate why fitting ranges vary from manufacturer to manufacturer and how Sonic fitting ranges should be interpreted.
This program is designed to train hearing care professionals on Celebrate, Sonic's premium product line that features a mini BTE, miniRITE, Power BTE and custom hearing aids. Topics covered include Speech Variable Processing, Speech Priority Noise Reductions, Reverb reduction, Frequency Transfer, Speech Priority Volume Control, and wireless connectivity.
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This program is designed to train hearing care professionals on Celebrate, Sonics premium product line that features a mini BTE, miniRITE, Power BTE and custom hearing aids. Topics covered include Speech Variable Processing, Speech Priority Noise Reductions, Reverb reduction, Frequency Transfer, Speech Priority Volume Control, and wireless connectivity. This course will be open captioned.
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All hearing care professionals will encounter challenging hearing aid fittings during their career, such as reverse slope or occlusion issues. This course will review 10 challenging fitting scenarios and provide tips and tricks for a successful fitting.
'good subtopics, very applicable to day to day clinic'Read Reviews
Receiver-in-the-Ear (RITE) products are now perhaps the most popular style in the US hearing aid market and Sonic has a comprehensive RITE product portfolio. Join us in this Sonic Spotlight to learn about all the impressive RITE options Sonic has to offer.
Cheer 20 is a sophisticated and simplified product line from Sonic that has recently been updated to include a Receiver-in-the-Ear product. Learn about the amazing Cheer 20 miniRITE in this Sonic Spotlight.
Patients are rallying around Cheer, a well-balanced lineup of Sonic products featuring impressive sound quality stats. Join us today and learn about the Cheer family of products. This course is open captioned.
Compression amplification in hearing aids is critical to restore loudness growth perception to patients with sensorineural hearing loss. This course gives an overview of compression, including how it has changed over time and how it is implemented in Sonic hearing instruments.
The Speech Priority Noise Reduction (SPNR) system from Sonic is a complex algorithm that ultimately is able to provide comfort in noise while preserving speech. This course will provide a detailed description of how SPNR functions, how it compares to other noise reduction systems and how Hearing Care Professionals can use SPNR to help their patients with hearing impairment.
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Speech Variable Processing (SVP) is the Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Platform for current Sonic hearing instruments. Sonic has now incorporated new changes to SVP, in order to more specifically address the underlying physiological needs and abilities of patients with hearing loss.
This program is designed to train hearing care professionals on how the recent technology used in Sonic products translate into product features. Topics covered include an in depth look at Speech Variable Processing, Sonics latest Digital Sound Processing (DSP), and Sonics newest technologies – Frequency Transfer, Reverb Reduction and Speech Priority Volume Control. Adaptive Feedback Cancellation, Binaural Coordination, Connectivity and Sonic’s current noise management systems are also covered.
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