What Are Open Ear Hearing Aids?

Posted by Jessymeshak on January 22nd, 2020

One methodology for separating  Ring Ease Review background noise is known as "processed-based noise reduction." It's defined as any scheme wherein a hearing aid's signal assigns different classifications to input based on a mathematical calculation. The early analog iterations of these systems proved ineffective at improving speech intelligibility. However, with the spread of digital hearing aids in the mid '90's, increasingly complex - and helpful - process-based solutions for noise reduction were possible.

Analyzing how these reduction schemes work isn't always straightforward. Clinicians often have difficulty understanding the different type of noise reductions algorithms, because hearing aid manufacturers are anxious to differentiate their products from those of their competitors, and are thus prone to using jargonistic language. However, while the workings of a particular hearing aid might be indecipherable, there are some commonalities.

Most schemes today are modulation based, indicating that they operate under the assumption that speech stimuli have fewer modulations with more depth than noise. The modulation and depth of the stimulus is analyzed in the device, and if the ration of depth to modulation is high, the noise is classified as speech and amplified. If it is low, it is classified as noise and decreased.

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