Hearing Instrument Technology for the Hearing Healthcare Professional, 2E brings together modern material for the highly specialized are of hearing instrument acousticians in hearing instrument technology. Beginning with an overview of hearing instrument technology from the beginning to the "digital" era, the text covers hearing instrument types and statistics on these instruments, hearing instrument measurements, transducers, acoustic modifications, hearing instrument functions, accessories, and troubleshooting, digital hearing instruments, and audiological background.
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Andi Vonlanthen, Ph.D. is the Vice President of Research &Development at Unitron Hearing, a global manufacturer of hearing instruments and associated technologies located in Kitchener, Canada. In this role, he has overall responsibility for technology research and product development. Prior to this, Andi worked in Research & Development at Phonak Hearing Systems in Stafa, Switzerland for 18 years. Andi has been responsible for many innovations in the hearing instrument industry - including the first multi microphone system used in hearing instruments. Andi is a recognized authority in the field of hearing instrument technology, and since 1989 has been lecturing acousticians worldwide on the science and technology of hearing instrument systems.
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Descripción Singular, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110769300723