Bernafon Channel Free Technology
When someone is suffering from hearing loss, it becomes very difficult to make up for those problems or issues which he or she faces in daily life routine due this hearing loss. Though now a days with high end technology incorporation in hearing aids endlessly trying to imitate natural hearing process but there seems to…
When someone is suffering from hearing loss, it becomes very difficult to make up for those problems or issues which he or she faces in daily life routine due this hearing loss. Though now a days with high end technology incorporation in hearing aids endlessly trying to imitate natural hearing process but there seems to be still a lot to achieve in this specific area. No device can entirely substitute what has been gone. Bernafon’s Channel Free technology has been an innovative approach in the area of signal processing to give much more relief and benefit of as natural hearing it can be to the wearer of hearing aids. This new innovative technology has left behind the conventional signal processing in a major way. Developed and exclusively used by Bernafone in its hearing aids, it endlessly attunes the gain of the hearing device to augment every ‘phoneme’ independently. Importantly there is no as such channel or band division at any level. This Channel Free signal processing is a brand new approach to superior recompense for cochlear hearing loss.
To be receptive to any speech the person has to focus upon these ‘phonemes’ which are an integral part of any sentence and person with hearing loss often find it confusing while understanding the speech. Technically, a phoneme is a particular “unit” of noise that has sense in any speech. At present there are 44 phonemes in English (in the standard British model) each one symbolizing a diverse sound an individual can create. For 26 alphabets the grouping of letters can make phoneme. As single letter can also signify phonemes like the sounds represented by “c” and “b” are different phonemes, as in the words “cat” and “bat.” Another example of grouping of letters ‘Ta’ in Tag, Tan and Tab here the “Ta” letter grouping has three different pronunciations, which are characterized by three diverse phonemes. A modern-day hearing device offers compressive amplification, giving added gain for softer sounds than for louder sounds. But the stress always remains upon the fact that tremendously speedy compression is required from the hearing instrument to compensate. Here comes the state of the art Bernafon Channel Free Technology which delivers very fast phonemic compression in a way that its competitors cannot even imagine to reach to those levels of precision. This technology’s basic methodology scrutinizes and regulates the gain up to 20 thousand times per second. In other words every phoneme is individually examined and fine-tuned on average 2 thousand times. As an outcome every phoneme gets desired amplification required with soft unvoiced consonants getting extra gain than loud vowels. In this way, this specific technology advances more like the healthy cochlea.
Hearing loss is without a doubt an intricate and convoluted issue. Bernafon Channel Free Technology signal processing is an entirely new and original approach to improve hearing in most complex scenarios. Its specific phonemic compression to save the ears from loud resonances at the same time it amplifies softest parts of the verbal communication. Frequency oriented attunements with full extensibility, accurately transforming the hearing device for the individual hearing loss. No spectral contrast deterioration, permitting the maximal speech data to be conveyed by the weakened ear to get sound which is full of clarity as close as natural sound through this Channel Free technology, without a single bit concession on sound resonance levels which is near to impossible to achieve with conventional multichannel processing hearing devices.
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