Ear wax removal in South Hams Devon

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Ear wax removal in South Hams Devon

The Honiton hearing centre is the place for Ear wax removal if you live in South Devon. Honiton hearing is a premier ear wax removal centre which uses both the traditional water irrigation technique or the more advanced and safe method of Microsuction

Colin Eaton is the wizard ear wax removal expert for the Devon area. His ear experience is second to non and is a delight to visit.


Here is some more recent news on the advent of Smart phone users who suffer from hearing loss.

GN Hearing and Google Partner to Enable Direct Streaming from Android Devices to Hearing Aids

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GN Hearing and Google have announced a new technology partnership that will reportedly make GN Hearing the first manufacturer to enable a full spectrum of direct audio streaming from Android devices to hearing aids. In a future Android release, direct streaming may also become available for ReSound LiNX Quattro™ and Beltone Amaze™ hearing aid users.

“According to the World Health Organization, around 466 million peopleworldwide have disabling hearing loss,” said Seang Chau, vice president of engineering at Google. “This number is expected to increase to 900 million people by the year 2050. Google is working with GN Hearing to create a new open specification for hearing aid streaming support on future versions of Android devices.”

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According to the joint announcement, users will be able to connect and monitor their hearing aids without using an intermediate device for streaming from Android phones and tablets to their hearing aids.

“We are honored to partner with Google for this important development, which will enable direct streaming for even more hearing aid users through their Android devices,” said Anders Hedegaard, CEO, GN Hearing. “This is another example of how GN Hearing relentlessly strives to drive innovation forward by developing new products and solutions with unique benefits for hearing aid users and audiologists around the world.”

Google has published the new hearing aid specification for Android smartphones available here: Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA) on Bluetooth Low Energy Connection-Oriented Channels.

Source: GN Hearing, Google

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