5. Better Sound Quality
When you listen to a stereo system, you use both speakers to get the smoothest, sharpest, most natural sound quality. The same thing can be said of hearing aids. By wearing two hearing instruments, you increase your hearing range from 180 degrees reception (with just one instrument) to 360 degrees. This greater range provides a better sense of balance and sound quality.
6. Smoother tone quality
Wearing two hearing instruments generally requires less volume. This results in less distortion and more acceptable reproduction of sounds.
7. Reduced feedback and whistling
A lower volume control setting reduces the chances of feedback.
Excerpt by Sergei Kochkin, Ph.D.
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