How to Hear Better on Mobile Calls
- Do you sometimes have trouble hearing the talker on cell calls?
- Do you find it difficult when on your cell phone to understand people speaking with an accent?
- Do you have trouble keeping up with fast talkers on your mobile device?
Can Technology Help?
Mobile phones are everywhere these days, and the convenience is hard to beat. However, many people find it difficult to follow mobile conversations and would appreciate some help from technology to amplify, clarify, and slow down speech to improve intelligibility.
Personal Hearing Headsets to the Rescue
That’s where the Wear & Hear line of Bluetooth-enabled personal hearing headsets can help. They provide a completely personalized hearing experience wherein important ambient sounds, peoples’ voices, and sounds from all audio sources are amplified, enhanced and adapted to suit individual hearing preferences.
Slowing Down Speech for Better Comprehension
Advanced technology based on input from four separate microphones integrated into a neck loop style Bluetooth headset cancels out distracting noise while amplifying important sounds. In addition, unique EasyListen™ technology dynamically slows down speech in mobile phone conversations or recorded messages, performing sophisticated speech analysis during the conversation. Only those parts that are important for understanding, but just too fast, are slowed down to the extent that is necessary. The user-activated function supports four different speeds without distortion to increase comprehension while maintaining the speaker’s pitch and natural conversation flow.
Unique Technology Keeps You Safe and Alert
That’s where the Wear & Hear line of Bluetooth-enabled personal hearing headsets can help. They provide a completely personalized hearing experience wherein important ambient sounds, peoples’ voices, and sounds from all audio sources are amplified, enhanced and adapted to suit individual hearing preferences. Furthermore, all Wear & Hear headsets include our unique ListenThrough™ technology, which facilitates auditory environment awareness while you are listening to audio content. It suppresses ambient noise while allowing important sounds, such as sirens or a colleague’s voice, to pass through to your ears.
Companion App Provides Additional Functionality
A free app, available for iPhone and Android, allows you to personalize the headset using an integrated hearing assessment. The results of the assessment are automatically applied to the headset and used as a baseline for all your hearing through the headset: live conversations, audio play (including television), mobile phone calls, and important ambient sounds like live music and sounds in nature.
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