AS AUDIO-SERVICE GmbH | Alter Postweg 190, 32584 Löhne
Phone: +49 5732 6878-4800 | Fax.: +49 5732 6878-4890
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.audioservice.com
Automatic amplification adjustment ensures that the amplification is increased very gradually until an optimum result is achieved.
Automatic detection and reduction of wind noise.
Intelligent digital technology quickly and reliably pinpoints any tendency to feedback in the hearing systems and cancels it out with targeted precision.
The hearing systems automatically adjust to the current hearing situation, ensuring the best speech comprehension at all times.
Right and left hearing systems are synchronized wirelessly.
The hearing system sound is automatically adjusted for the current hearing situation.
Data from hearing situations is stored in an „electronic diary“ and can be used for customising the hearing system to individual requirements.
The hearing systems run on rechargeable or disposable batteries.
Prevents feedback when switching on and inserting the hearing systems.
Multiple channels make the hearing system particularly easy to customize and fine-tune.
State-of-the-art HiFi technology ensures crystal-clear sound and optimum speech comprehension.
These allow adjustment for different hearing situations e.g. music or speech.
Multiple microphones finely tuned to each other are used in hearing systems to ensure the best directional hearing. There is a choice of microphone settings:
The AudioTronic multi-microphone system is available from G3 hearing systems onwards. Here the microphone data of the left and right hearing system is transferred and centrally processed. You can choose different microphone settings in the divers hearing programmes for miscellaneous hearing situations.
Well informed in any environment: The system gives a clear response depending on the ambient noise level.
The hearing system sound is artificially expanded and more full
Disruptive ambient noise such as traffic noise, clattering of crockery in restaurants etc. is automatically suppressed by the hearing systems.
The hearing systems for both ears communicate wirelessly with each other, allowing them to adapt perfectly to any hearing situation.