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Looking for creative ways to get people to repeat themselves?

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Although your hearing aids should immensely improve your ability to hear, sometimes you still might have trouble hearing every word.
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Today on the blog, the benefits of health wearables and hearables, just in time for #CES2017

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This week in Audicus blogs, find out about the latest info when it comes to health wearables and hearables for the new year!
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Here's how to prevent hearing aid feedback, on the blog:

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Hearing aid feedback is the creation of excess noise when a hearing aid is in use. Find out more about hearing aid feedback in this blog.
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How do hearing aids actually deliver sound to your ear?

Find out in this blog: bit.ly/HAwork
How does a hearing aid work: you may be familiar with hearing aids, but do you know how their technology processes sound? Find out in this blog.
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The Thanksgiving table is typically an extra-loud dining experience. Read this blog for tips and tricks on how to hear every conversation at the table:

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Read the following tips and tricks so that you don’t miss a single moment at the Thanksgiving table because of hearing loss.
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Check out our roundup of current events in hearing loss studies and new technology, on the blog now:

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This week in Audicus blogs, find out about the latest news when it comes to topics in hearing health! Read this blog about current events in hearing loss.
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When should you update your old audiogram?
Find out on the blog: http://bit.ly/New_HA
Hearing aids often go unnoticed (if working properly), so you may forget that getting a new audiogram can help keep your hearing aid sounding sharp.
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You won't find an on or off button on your hearing aids. Find out why in this blog:

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This may seem like an obvious question, but how do you turn on your hearing aid? Find out how to troubleshoot turning on your hearing aids in this blog.
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16 facts about hearing and hearing loss, on the blog:

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Over 37 million Americans suffer from some form of hearing loss! Check out more of these fascinating facts about hearing loss, in this blog!
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Hearing aid channels: what do they do and how many do you really need?

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The technology of hearing aids is throttling forward at a great speed. Find out how hearing aid channels contribute to the hearing tech evolution.
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You should know your medical rights and what information you have access to. Learn more on the blog:

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An important topic that is not often discusses is a person’s medical rights. When it comes to your hearing health, do you know your medical rights?
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Apps to keep your hearing health in check, on the blog:

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What is a hearing app? There are many useful apps out there that can help you to protect, amplify, and supplement your hearing.
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"The support and service from the folks at Audicus is also first rate."
"I called and the customer service team was extremely helpful and not pushy."
"The standard programs distort music substantially."
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William Hapworth
8 months ago
encouraged my aunt and uncle to check these out. she went out of her way to call me today and say "THANK YOU...they're so much better than the ones we had...that we paid 4x more for." kudos Audicus!!!
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Barry Peters
a year ago
I've had my initial aNote aids for a bout one year. When they work well, they are great. But they have had significant problems that the company has not been very eager to fix. If you decide to buy aids from Audicus, be sure to ask them to add the "Music" program to the standard mix. The standard programs distort music substantially. Everything has a substantial tremelo or vibrato flutter that makes it unpleasant to listen to. I just bought a second set of hearing aids from Audicus as a backup for when my initial set is on the fritz. I specified multiple times that they must have the music program. They arrived yesterday. No music program. All in all, the quality control for Audicus seems to have decreased significantly over the past year, sorry to say.
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Bob Zielinski
2 years ago
I'm a first time hearing aid wearer / user and I've worn my Audicus "hear-ware" full-time for a little over six months. I can't say enough positive things about Audicus and its products. Not only am I extremely satisfied with the performance of my Canto model hearing aid, it is virtually imperceptible to my family, friends, colleagues and clients. It fits right behind my ear and the microphone' transparent wire blends seamlessly into the outer ear structure. It's also very comfortable, so much so that there have been more than a few times that I forgot I was wearing it and nearly jumped in the shower or the pool. Fortunately, I have so far avoided any mishaps. The support and service from the folks at Audicus is also first rate. Friendly, helpful and professional. What's not to like? With age related hearing loss a common occurrence in both men and women (starting at around age 40), people will have to get past their vanity issues and look into hearing aids. Considering price, performance and quality, Audicus will be the only source for me.
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Maggie B
3 years ago
I bought aBlue hearing aid for my dad. Didn't work for him, Finally, the item was returned in accordance with Audicus's return policy. They called me next day they received an item and promised to reprogram it. But it took them about a month to send the reprogrammed device back,
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Donna Kelley
5 months ago
Nothing short of a miracle for me!!! Price, quality, customer service. AWESOME
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Geoffrey Becker
2 years ago
My wife said I needed hearing aids, but I didn't want to admit that I needed them. Then I found Audicus. I called and the customer service team was extremely helpful and not pushy. I went to my ENT to get a hearing test and then I faxed it to Audicus. I ordered online, knowing there was a 45-day trial, and I received them within the week. I LOVE my hearing aids. They are invisible, they restore my hearing to a normal level, and best of all, my wife is happy with the volume at which I watch the TV. Thank you Audicus! I will recommend my friends!
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Sherrie Surprise
2 years ago
They are discreet and easy to use. The Audicus team was very nice!