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Can Starkey’s Xino Tinnitus be Used for Sound Therapy as Well as a Hearing Instrument?

Elizabeth A. Galster, AuD

November 11, 2013

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Can Starkey’s Xino Tinnitus be used for sound therapy as well as a hearing instrument?

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Yes.  In addition to its Multiflex Tinnitus Technology, Xino Tinnitus is a fully featured hearing aid.  The key features include Voice iQ2, our fast-acting noise reduction algorithm, and Spectral iQ, our frequency lowering algorithm. It is a small, cosmetically attractive receiver-in-the-canal product that appeals to a great deal of people.  For more information about Xino Tinnitus, please visit Starkey Hearing Technologies or the Starkey Expo Page on AudiologyOnline.

Starkey’s Xino Tinnitus receiver-in-the-canal device.


elizabeth a galster

Elizabeth A. Galster, AuD

Research Audiologist

Elizabeth Galster, Au.D., is a Research Audiologist with the Clinical Product Research team at Starkey Laboratories, Inc., conducting clinical research trials on emerging technology and fitting processes. Previous research experience focused on evaluation of signal processing algorithms, directional microphones, and speech understanding in reverberation. She has also worked clinically with the Veterans Administration. The authors are employed by Starkey Laboratories


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