Differences in Digital Technology

Ultimate Digital Technology
  • A greater number of computer programmable bands and channels. Bands and channels refer to slices" of the sound spectrum used to adjust gain and compression, respectively
  • Voice sensitivity capability - ability to detect difference between human voice patterns of sound vs. constant, non-voice background sounds for minimization
  • Better feedback cancellation
  • Better performance in noise
  • Improved directionality (for instruments having two or more microphones) adapts to cancel noises from wearer's side and rear, even as sound source is moving.

  • Advanced Digital Technology
  • Memory button to give user choice of listening programs for various situations
  • Multiple bands and channels for computer adjustments.
  • Basic Digital Technology
  • Clearer and more accurate sound reproduction over analog technology
  • Quieter performance with less electronic circuit noise
  • Either computer programmable or manual trimpot adjustability

  • Conventional Analog Technology
  • Has helped millions of people hear better over the years
  • Least expensive technology