Frequently Asked Questions

Most people tend to lose their high frequency consonant sounds first, such as /t/ /k/ /s/ while they maintain their vowel sounds such as /o/ /e/ /a/. The vowel sounds make up the background noise and the consonant sounds make up the clarity. When these sounds are missing the listener tends to mix up the words ‘cat’ and ‘cap’. They also report people sound like they are mumbling, they cannot hear when they are not looking at people, they cannot understand females and children as well, and they cannot hear in background noise.

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