Widex Senso Aids

Ron Blue rcb1 at LEX.LCCC.EDU
Thu Sep 26 10:02:46 EST 1996


On Thu, 26 Sep 1996, Mark Martina wrote:
> I have been a faithful ReSound dispenser for about a year now and
> believe it to be a great system.  But in this day and age of ever
> increasing technology I'd like to keep on top of anything markedly
> better to improve the quality of life for my patients.  The problem is
> that so many of these new systems (Oticon, ReSound, Widex, etc...)
> require heavy up front expenses for proprietary software and fitting
> interfaces that it's prohibitive to "experiment" with new systems to see
> if they are really that much better.
> 
> I am hopeful that you, who are technologically advanced enough to be
> part of this newsgroup, can provide some insight into your successes and
> failures with these new products.  In particular, I'm looking at the
> Widex Senso, but comments about Oticon's Digifocus would also be
> appreciated.
> 
> Thank you in advance!
Neutronics Technologies Corporation has developed a new Quantum
Intelligent Processor that LEARNS.  While the price in NOW out of
reach for the above use it certainly has the potential for such
use.
Ron Blue

see: http://www.aston.ac.uk/~batong/Neutronics





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