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Electrical-Acoustic Stimulation (EAS) for

High-Frequency Sensorineural Hearing Loss

  • Partial sensorineural hearing loss
  • Drop in the high-frequency range from approximately 1500 Hz (air conduction hearing thresholds). See the area marked in red in the diagram.
  • Monosyllable score ≤60% at 65dB SPL in best aided condition
  • No air-bone gap >15dB
  • Realistic expectations
  • Readiness for rehabilitation
  • Progressive hearing loss
  • Malformation or blockage of the cochlea
  • Otosclerosis, ossification or similar contraindication in outer ear

The key features of the Synchrony 2 for EAS are

key-featureSpecial atraumatic electrode carrier for partial insertion to preserve residual hearing
key-featureMRI approval for 1.5 and 3 Tesla scanners* without surgery**
key-featureExtremely high product reliability and safety for your patients
key-featureImproved communication, including on the phone
key-featureBetter speech understanding in noise
key-featureNatural sound quality

Sonnet 2 EAS Audio Processor

key-featureAutomatic settings adjustment to listening environment
key-featureNoise reduction
key-featureLightweight and easy to carry
key-featureDirectional microphones
key-featureStreaming options
key-featureSplashproof or waterproof with protective cover

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