Audio Comparison

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The Earlens Difference

Conventional hearing aid companies try to differentiate their products based on their versions of similar technology and features. The Earlens Hearing Aid has the features you’d expect in a premium hearing aid, but with the broadest audible bandwidth on the market. We address the core issue of hearing loss by providing audibility to the Full Spectrum of Sound.

 

Hear the difference for yourself below. The below demo is bandlimited based on the average output of today’s acoustic widely vented hearing aids.

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The Difference Is Clear

Broadest Audible Bandwidth

The Earlens system delivers the broadest audible bandwidth on the market: 125-10,000 Hz. An independent lab compared KEMAR measurements from current premium hearing aids of the 6 largest hearing aid manufactures.1 The result revealed that conventional acoustic hearing aids have an average frequency range of 771-4441 Hz. Earlens’ broad frequency range results in more High and Low frequency audibility. Learn more about the benefits of High and Low frequencies.

More gain at High and Low Frequencies

For a typical sloping loss, the Earlens Light Driven Hearing Aid delivers more gain before feedback at high and low frequencies than acoustic hearing aids. An independent lab compared KEMAR measurements from current premium hearing aids of the 6 largest hearing aid manufactures.1 The result revealed that conventional acoustic hearing aids are limited in the gain they provide at the low end by leakage and at the high end by feedback. The use of light enables Earlens to deliver significantly more gain before feedback across a broad frequency than acoustic hearing aids.

1 Data on file at Earlens.