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Geoffrey Cooling
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Interested in all facets of commercial strategy in healthcare
Interested in all facets of commercial strategy in healthcare

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Looking for ear cleaning in Devon?

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If you are in Vegas and want to know more about your hearing, well then we think Quality Hearing Aids is a great place to start your journey to better hearing 

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The Way the Brain Processes Speech Could Serve as a Predictor of Early Dementia http://ow.ly/Ff7y30dByBk #SLPeeps AudiologyOnline

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Why should you pay for services that you don't want? Well one of our trusted hearing aid centres in Leicester have been asking themselves that question for a while. They understand that modern hearing aid users are different and they want different things. Now they have decided to offer a completely different way to buy hearing aids. One where you choose the package you want, even better, one where you can save money by not paying for the services you don't want.

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Release The Power of Your LiNX 3D Hearing Aids

The Smart 3D app can help you release the full power of your LiNX 3D hearing aids. However, if you aren't familiar with the app and its power, how do you know what you are missing? Well, Resound have helped to solve the problem with video tutorials outlining just what you can do with the Smart 3D app and exactly how to do it. The videos are in a YouTube playlist and they are worth watching if you own a set of LiNX 3D hearing aids.

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More Comfort, Better Sound, Less Feedback, What's Not To Like?

A recent introduction by Widex got us thinking, my wife says that is never a good thing. After the incident....... I am inclined to agree with her. Anyway, back to the introduction. They brought out a new type of custom tip for their Receiver In Canal and Thin Tube hearing aids. Custom tips are really fantastic pieces of kit and I realised that I have never explained why. So, let's talk custom tips and why you should consider them if you are buying hearing aids.

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As you may know, Steve recently had a pair of LiNX 3D 9s fitted, he hasn't stopped raving about them since. Steve's Audiologist has joined the Hearing Know Hearing Aid Centre Network, so we thought it was a good time to introduce him and tell you a bit about him. Meet Kaz.

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In a story I read many years ago there was a device that was implanted in your cochlea. A device that allowed you to interact with your world, giving you information, translating foreign languages and allowing you to communicate with other people in the manner of a phone or radio. I think the recent introduction of the Dash Pro by Bragi brings us one step closer to that day. An announcement recently revealed that Bragi are releasing a new updated Dash called the Dash Pro. Not only will it be an updated model, but thanks to their relationship with Starkey, it can be a custom fit product too. More comfortable, better sound, fit just for you. 

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As you may know, Steve recently had a pair of LiNX 3D 9s fitted, he hasn't stopped raving about them since. Steve's Audiologist has joined the Hearing Know Hearing Aid Centre Network, so we thought it was a good time to introduce him and tell you a bit about him. Meet Kaz.

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About a month ago we became aware of some problems with The Beyond Fusion and iPhone streaming and connectivity. It is rather unfortunate because they are outstanding hearing aids and when they work, the quality of the streamed audio is the very best in the business. For now though, reliably streaming audio is the biggest problem. Our initial interest was raised by a colleague who had two cancellations of Widex hearing aids. Something that has never happened before, Widex hearing aids in my experience stick.

When I discussed it with him the problem was the Beyonds and it's failing as a Made For iPhone hearing aid. It just doesn't work properly. The customers had consistent problems with the connection between hearing aids and iPhone that were so irritating, they no longer wanted to keep the hearing aids. So we decided to look into the problems and were surprised to see that they were common across the world. Quick addition here, Dan Tibbs, a friend and colleague has put his two cents worth in and it is worth reading, you can find it at the end of the original article. 
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