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DREAM study summary
GOOD HEARING AID SOUND QUALITY
, AND DOES IT REALLY MATTER?
Summary of the study by Jessen, Baekgaard & Andersen, 2014
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Sound quality is a primary factor in relation to hearing aid satisfaction and can play a decisive role in how much people actually use their hearing aid. When we put DREAM to the test, its sound was characterised by being natural full and having a low degree of distortion compared to other hearing aids.
HOW THE SOUND QUALITY OF DREAM HEARING AIDS WAS TESTED
In the article "What is a good hearing aid sound quality, and does it really matter?" our DREAM hearing aids were tested independently alongside two other high-end products from leading hearing aid manufacturers. The test evaluated the sound of DREAM based on certain attributes known to match people’s perception of sound quality.
...results suggest that the Widex Sound is perceived to be well-balanced, very natural and full, and characterized by a low degree of distortion compared to the sound quality of two other high-end products from manufacturers considered to be leading when it comes to sound quality.
FULL ARTICLE: Read the full article online at audiologyonline.com
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