Your Hearing Screening Chart
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We will Evaluate
your hearing test results
your hearing health
implications of hearing loss
recommend a suitable product
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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.
Product Usage Range
Recommended for Mild-to-Slightly-Moderate Hearing Loss
Recommended for Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Loss
The AudixPro fitting range is for test scores where the majority of the scores are above the yellow dotted line.
The AudixMax fitting range is for test scores where the majority of the scores are below the yellow dotted line. However, the AudixMax's technology allows the device to work exceptionally well throughout the entire gray shaded area.