Park Place Hearing Center
Sonic Hearing Aids
The first Sonic hearing product developed in 1998 evolved from the collaboration of three brilliant scientists/engineers who specialized in sonar systems, digital mastering, and microelectronics. Their efforts brought the magic of everyday sounds and conversations back to people with a hearing loss.
Sonic’s innovation follows the principles of the company’s 4S foundation, including Sound that is natural, Speech understanding in noise, Simplicity in everything we do, and Style that stands out. These principles drive Sonic Innovations, Inc. to improve and refine each generation of hearing devices in order to deliver outstanding service and value to hearing aid dispensers and wearers.
Development of the Natura computer chip made it possible for hearing aid wearers to distinguish between conversations and background noise due to its digital, nine-channel processing capability. Its processing capabilities made it possible for audiologists to dial in sound reinforcement at half-octave increments to better support specific hearing loss frequencies of the user.
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Sonic’s Innovative Solutions For Hearing Aid Wearers
Digital signal processing (DSP) technology, developed by innovators at BYU, University of Utah, and the California Institute of Technology, was already in place when Sonic was launched, which moved them into international markets rapidly.
Four of their product lines include Natura, Altair, Tribute, and Quartet, which come in behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC), mini-canal (MC), and completely-in-the-canal (CIC) styles. The fifth, Adesso, comes only as an instant-fit CIC and is the smallest digital hearing device on the market.
Sonic’s SoundLink Connect Facilitates Remote Assistance
As audiologists shift toward safer, more convenient hearing care consultations by using tele-audiology in place of in-office appointments, hearing aid manufacturers have had to keep up. Sonic joins other leaders by supporting virtual hearing care through the development of its SoundLink Connect support program.
SoundLink Connect allows hearing aid users to receive support with fitting and programming as well as adjustments from the comfort of their homes. Besides eliminating the need to travel or risk your health, users are able to test new hearing aid settings in real time.
People First Hearing Care At Park Place Hearing Center
Addressing your unique hearing care needs with personalized treatment and cutting-edge technology is the primary focus of Park Place Hearing Center. Combining the most advanced diagnostic technology and best practices in audiology, our team of audiologists focuses on developing a treatment plan designed to suit your unique hearing needs and personal lifestyle.
Our hearing device specialists guide our patients through the process of choosing a hearing instrument that addresses your hearing needs and takes your personal preferences and lifestyle into account. While hearing aids are a major part of hearing care, our audiologists also provide solutions to hundreds of patients who struggle to manage their tinnitus.
We fit and program your hearing device to provide the best possible hearing experience while following up with tech support and troubleshooting, certified Sonic hearing aid repairs and maintenance, and tele-audiology consultations to meet your safety and convenience needs.
If you or a loved one in the Petaluma and San Rafael, CA areas doesn’t hear as well as they used to, or you require the assistance of one of our hearing instrument specialists for troubleshooting, maintenance, or repair, then contact us by using the form below.
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Diagnosing a hearing problem is your first vital step toward regaining the independent and rewarding lifestyle you are missing due to hearing loss. Discussing your concerns openly and honestly with your audiologist during your hearing assessment enhances the accuracy of the diagnosis and greater precision when it comes to treatment
If you or a loved one do not seem to be hearing as well as you used to, your best option is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment to find out why you’re struggling.