The Pixation BWHA™ is protected by the following US Patents: US 8553897   US 8879745    US 8942397   US 9101299 Additional published patent applications pending: US 14/047,740 - US20140029775 A1 © Pixation Corp. 2015
Hear the Pixation BWHA™ on your computer now! The audio for our videos was recorded directly through a Pixation BWHA™.  Use earbuds to more closely simulate the listening experience.
1. The Pixation BWHA™ uses technology found in no other hearing aid.  High frequency sounds are often outside the range of hearing for a person with hearing loss.  The Pixation BWHA™ allows the user to inject synthetic sounds reflecting these higher frequencies into a range where they may still have adequate hearing.  This is new technology, available only from Pixation. 2. The Pixation BWHA™ uses the full sound spectrum from 50 Hz to 15.6 kHz. Many other hearing aids cut off the fundamental frequencies of voiced speech and only present harmonics. However, people with hearing loss often retain hearing at these lower frequencies. Cutting off these fundamental frequencies means cutting off sound information. The Pixation BWHA™ includes this fundamental part of the sound spectrum. 3. The Pixation BWHA™ includes 22 volume level Universal Programming. This feature works like a television volume control. Imagine taking a hearing aid out of the box and hearing in just minutes. The sophisticated sound compression techniques used by the Pixation BWHA™ combined with injected synthetic sounds makes this unique feature possible. 4. For users who want more precision programming, the Pixation BWHA™ includes Personal Sound Perception. In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve hearing in the study population. 5. Sound safety is essential for people with hearing loss. Loud sounds can further damage their limited hearing; this includes the loud sounds a hearing aid can make.  Look at what the FDA has warned about hearing aids that are too loud: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.”  In order to help protect the user’s hearing, the Pixation BWHA™ limits maximum time dependent sound exposure output to 85 dBA (NIOSH criteria) for all possible volume settings when using recommended earbuds.   Product description: The Pixation BWHA™ is an all-digital, multi-channel, WDRC hearing aid. It includes two separate processors, one for digital signal processing of the audio channels, and one for precision acoustical programming of the audio digital signal processor. An additional memory chip contains information to internally create more than 70,000 unique acoustic programming variations.  The Pixation BWHA™ can be held in the hand, clipped to clothing, or placed in a pocket. The Pixation BWHA™ uses a highly directional microphone. With only 4 buttons, how hard can it be?!
Email: pixation@pixation.com Notes: 1) In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve intelligibility in the study population.  Interactive Binaurally Balanced Fittings for Improved Audibility, Reduced Costs, and Fewer Return Visits by Robert M. Ghent, Jr, AuD; Dean G. Anderson, MD; Darrell E. Rose, PhD; and Douglas M. Chabries, PhD 2) The FDA warns hearing aid consumers: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.” 3) “In fact, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends that workers should not be exposed to noise at a level that amounts to more than 85 decibels (dBA) for 8 hours.”  4) NIOSH criteria (maximum time-weighted output exposure level of 85 dBA) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
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The Pixation BWHA™ is protected by the following US Patents: US 8553897   US 8879745    US 8942397   US 9101299 Additional published patent applications pending: US 14/047,740 - US20140029775 A1 © Pixation Corp. 2015
Hear the Pixation BWHA™ on your computer now! The audio for our videos was recorded directly through a Pixation BWHA™.  Use earbuds to more closely simulate the listening experience.
1. The Pixation BWHA™ uses technology found in no other hearing aid.  High frequency sounds are often outside the range of hearing for a person with hearing loss.  The Pixation BWHA™ allows the user to inject synthetic sounds reflecting these higher frequencies into a range where they may still have adequate hearing.  This is new technology, available only from Pixation. 2. The Pixation BWHA™ uses the full sound spectrum from 50 Hz to 15.6 kHz. Many other hearing aids cut off the fundamental frequencies of voiced speech and only present harmonics. However, people with hearing loss often retain hearing at these lower frequencies. Cutting off these fundamental frequencies means cutting off sound information. The Pixation BWHA™ includes this fundamental part of the sound spectrum. 3. The Pixation BWHA™ includes 22 volume level Universal Programming. This feature works like a television volume control. Imagine taking a hearing aid out of the box and hearing in just minutes. The sophisticated sound compression techniques used by the Pixation BWHA™ combined with injected synthetic sounds makes this unique feature possible. 4. For users who want more precision programming, the Pixation BWHA™ includes Personal Sound Perception. In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve hearing in the study population. 5. Sound safety is essential for people with hearing loss. Loud sounds can further damage their limited hearing; this includes the loud sounds a hearing aid can make.  Look at what the FDA has warned about hearing aids that are too loud: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.”  In order to help protect the user’s hearing, the Pixation BWHA™ limits maximum time dependent sound exposure output to 85 dBA (NIOSH criteria) for all possible volume settings when using recommended earbuds.   Product description: The Pixation BWHA™ is an all-digital, multi-channel, WDRC hearing aid. It includes two separate processors, one for digital signal processing of the audio channels, and one for precision acoustical programming of the audio digital signal processor. An additional memory chip contains information to internally create more than 70,000 unique acoustic programming variations.  The Pixation BWHA™ can be held in the hand, clipped to clothing, or placed in a pocket. The Pixation BWHA™ uses a highly directional microphone. With only 4 buttons, how hard can it be?!
Email: pixation@pixation.com Notes: 1) In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve intelligibility in the study population.  Interactive Binaurally Balanced Fittings for Improved Audibility, Reduced Costs, and Fewer Return Visits by Robert M. Ghent, Jr, AuD; Dean G. Anderson, MD; Darrell E. Rose, PhD; and Douglas M. Chabries, PhD 2) The FDA warns hearing aid consumers: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.” 3) “In fact, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends that workers should not be exposed to noise at a level that amounts to more than 85 decibels (dBA) for 8 hours.”  4) NIOSH criteria (maximum time-weighted output exposure level of 85 dBA) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Contact Pixation Corp. Videos with audio recorded using the Pixaiton BWHATM Download the Pixation BWHATM Manual What makes the Pixation BWHATM different from other hearing aids?
Pixation BWHATM 
The Pixation BWHA™ is protected by the following US Patents: US 8553897   US 8879745    US 8942397   US 9101299 Additional published patent applications pending: US 14/047,740 - US20140029775 A1 © Pixation Corp. 2015
Hear the Pixation BWHA™ on your computer now! The audio for our videos was recorded directly through a Pixation BWHA™.  Use earbuds to more closely simulate the listening experience.
1. The Pixation BWHA™ uses technology found in no other hearing aid.  High frequency sounds are often outside the range of hearing for a person with hearing loss.  The Pixation BWHA™ allows the user to inject synthetic sounds reflecting these higher frequencies into a range where they may still have adequate hearing.  This is new technology, available only from Pixation. 2. The Pixation BWHA™ uses the full sound spectrum from 50 Hz to 15.6 kHz. Many other hearing aids cut off the fundamental frequencies of voiced speech and only present harmonics. However, people with hearing loss often retain hearing at these lower frequencies. Cutting off these fundamental frequencies means cutting off sound information. The Pixation BWHA™ includes this fundamental part of the sound spectrum. 3. The Pixation BWHA™ includes 22 volume level Universal Programming. This feature works like a television volume control. Imagine taking a hearing aid out of the box and hearing in just minutes. The sophisticated sound compression techniques used by the Pixation BWHA™ combined with injected synthetic sounds makes this unique feature possible. 4. For users who want more precision programming, the Pixation BWHA™ includes Personal Sound Perception. In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve hearing in the study population. 5. Sound safety is essential for people with hearing loss. Loud sounds can further damage their limited hearing; this includes the loud sounds a hearing aid can make.  Look at what the FDA has warned about hearing aids that are too loud: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.”  In order to help protect the user’s hearing, the Pixation BWHA™ limits maximum time dependent sound exposure output to 85 dBA (NIOSH criteria) for all possible volume settings when using recommended earbuds.   Product description: The Pixation BWHA™ is an all-digital, multi-channel, WDRC hearing aid. It includes two separate processors, one for digital signal processing of the audio channels, and one for precision acoustical programming of the audio digital signal processor. An additional memory chip contains information to internally create more than 70,000 unique acoustic programming variations.  The Pixation BWHA™ can be held in the hand, clipped to clothing, or placed in a pocket. The Pixation BWHA™ uses a highly directional microphone. With only 4 buttons, how hard can it be?!
Email: pixation@pixation.com Notes: 1) In a clinical study, Personal Sound Perception was shown to significantly improve intelligibility in the study population.  Interactive Binaurally Balanced Fittings for Improved Audibility, Reduced Costs, and Fewer Return Visits by Robert M. Ghent, Jr, AuD; Dean G. Anderson, MD; Darrell E. Rose, PhD; and Douglas M. Chabries, PhD 2) The FDA warns hearing aid consumers: “If not fitted properly, too much amplification may cause additional hearing loss.” 3) “In fact, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends that workers should not be exposed to noise at a level that amounts to more than 85 decibels (dBA) for 8 hours.”  4) NIOSH criteria (maximum time-weighted output exposure level of 85 dBA) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
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