Innovative hearing system from Sweden awarded in the USA
Comfort Audio was recently awarded Best New Product by the attendees at the world’s largest annual hearing conference, AudiologyNOW!, in Chicago.
Comfort Audio is leading in the assistive listening device technololgy. The fast growing Swedish company was recently awarded Best New Product by the attendees at the world’s largest annual hearing conference, AudiologyNOW!, in Chicago.
Many everyday environments, such as schools and workplaces, often have a high level of background noise. At the same time, in these places our ability to hear and process speech is absolutely crucial. Comfort Audio is specialized on these situations. Their products use digital technologies to filter out disturbing background noise and enhance speech. This makes it easier for people with a hearing loss to hear, understand and participate in all communication.
Comfort Audio’s products complement traditional hearing aids and cochlear implants in situations when these are not enough. Users talk about how much their everyday life has improved, releasing energy because they do not have to concentrate so hard on hearing. However, the need for further information is huge, and many people with a hearing loss are not aware that additional help is available.
At the annual hearing conference AudiologyNOW! in Chicago, attendees were asked to nominate the Best New Product of the Year. The price was awarded to the Comfort Digisystem of Comfort Audio.
“Our Comfort Digisystem has received fantastic responses. This award is yet another proof that we are offering something really unique. With several exciting products in the pipeline, the market growth opportunities and our current expansion, the future looks very promising”, says Inger Rydin, CEO, Comfort Audio.
All Comfort Audio products are developed and produced in Sweden, and they are available in more than 20 countries worldwide. The unique digital technologies for sound processing and radio transmission made Comfort Audio technology leading in the field of wireless hearing systems for people with a hearing loss. Clean and simple product design is a further distinguishing feature.