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.
Course created on February 24, 2016
- Participants will be able to describe how and why traditional Speech Variable Processing works as a DSP platform.
- Participants will be able to explain how traditional SVP and SVP with Phoneme Focus and Envelope Focus differ from each other.
- Participants will be able to describe how SVP with Phoneme Focus and Envelope Focus addresses individual patient auditory needs and abilities.
|0-10 Minutes||Introduction: Historical & Current Perspectives|
|10-20 Minutes||DSP: Sonic Sound Platform|
|20-45 Minutes||DSP: Speech Variable Processing (SVP) Platform|
|45-75 Minutes||DSP: SVP with Phoneme Focus & Envelope Focus|
|75-85 Minutes||Future Considerations|
|85-90 Minutes||Q & A|
Senior Marketing Director
Erin Reichert is the Senior Marketing Director for Sonic and is responsible for all marketing activity, globally. Her primary focus is to create materials that impact not only the hearing care professional but also the end user ensuring features, benefits and value are all clearly defined. Prior to her current position, she held various positions of increasing responsibility within the company, most recently having been Director of Professional Services. Prior to coming to Sonic in 2016, Erin worked in a private practice serving south-eastern Minnesota. She received her Master's Degree in Audiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Go Badgers!
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