Your Hearing Screening Chart
The Results Are In!
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Understanding Your Screening Results
Normal hearing: You can hear quiet sounds of less than 20 dB (although it is possible to have hearing difficulties even if your hearing is in this range)
Mild hearing loss: Hearing loss between 20–40 dB (typically you might find that you have difficulty following speech in noisy situations).
Moderate hearing loss: Hearing loss between 41–70 dB (you will probably find that you have difficulty following speech)
Severe hearing loss: Hearing loss between 71–95 dB (you will have severe difficulty following speech without a hearing aid
Profound hearing loss: Hearing loss over 95 dB (have a need for hearing aids, cochlear implants, sign language and lip-reading)
Notice: If you suffer from severe or profound hearing loss you should contact a local Audiologist. If you need assistance, please call us and we will set up an appointment with a local professional for you.
Recommendations Based on Your Screening Results
Recommended for Mild-to-Slightly-Moderate Hearing Loss
Recommended for Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Loss
If the majority of your hearing results fall in the above shaded gray area, you may have a
mild-to-slightly-moderate hearing loss and the AudixPro is suitable for your needs.
If the majority of your hearing results fall in the above shaded gray area you may have a
mild-to-moderate hearing loss and the AudixMax is suitable for your needs.
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