John Caras <jgcaras at ix.netcom.com>
I saw a very good book on digital hearing aids, new about 2 years ago,
Check www.amazon.com or lib-congress or medline, then get it as
inter-library loan through your local lib in Atlanta, or Oxford books.
Also search on www.metacrawler.com for: "hearing aids digital new" .
"hearing aids digital research", and "hearing aids digital reviews"
You can also call Dr Bray in Paoli,PA for info or sources.
Also check: http://www.earhelp.com/first.html They handle:
Danavox | Rexton | Siemens | Sennheiser | Unitron | Widex | Oticon |
Notepage | The Hearing Office | | Phonak | Micro Tech | Miracle-Ear
|Magnatone | Westone Labs | Pacific Coast Labs | hear-tronics | Digital
Recordings | Cochlear Implant Site |
David Hessler, Goddard gsfc nasa
dhessler at early.com
======== John Caras wrote:
> Does anyone know of any manufacturers of 100% digital hearing aids with
>> multiple, wearer-selectable programs?
> John in Atlanta
>jgcaras at ix.netcom.com