The CS50+ personal sound amplifier is ready for audio streaming from your smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

The CS50+ switches automatically between the amplification mode to audio mode once the media player in your phone or computer starts steaming audio, or to telephone mode to allow you to answer an incoming call. Once the call is over or the media player is turned off, the CS50+ switches back to amplification mode.

Music mode can be disabled through the media audio menus on your device. We recommend that you disable the dial pad touch-tones and audio notifications like incoming email and text sounds on your device to prevent unwanted interruption when in amplification mode.

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The CS50+ Personal Sound Amplifier features Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy, which offers the following benefits:

  • Longer battery life: up to 12 hours
  • Universal compatibility with all Bluetooth-enabled phones from different manufacturers
  • Wireless connection to Bluetooth-compatible device up to 30 feet away
  • Hands-free mobile phone calls and audio playback
  • Remote programming and on-the-go control of the CS50+ via smartphone app

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As we noted late last year, there is bi-partisan support on legislation designed to help make hearing care more affordable and accessible. Today, that effort took a step forward with the re-introduction of a bill co-sponsored by Senators Grassley (R-IA), and Warren (D-MA), and now joined by Senators Hassan (D-NH), and Isakson (R-GA). A companion bill was introduced in the House by Representatives Kennedy (D-MA) and Blackburn (R-TN).

We support these efforts and look forward to reporting on the progress of these bills. You can read more about the bill here.

From BBC News, a story on researchers and their continued progress on the use of gene therapy to help with the hearing restoration. We’ll keep you posted on progress, and in the meantime, are here to help with your hearing needs. You can read about the latest progress here.

Ever wonder exactly how the ear works and helps us to hear? Here’s a great little three-minute video that does a nice job of explaining the process. Click below to see the video.

How the Human Ear Works

Another notable development in the push for more affordable and accessible hearing care. Today, the FDA took a step toward making the purchase of hearing aids easier and reaffirmed their commitment to pursue a new category of Over-The-Counter (OTC) hearing aids. You can read more about the details here.

As we noted in early November, there is a bi-partisan effort to introduce legislation designed to help make hearing care more affordable and accessible. Late last week, that effort took a step forward with the introduction of a bill co-sponsored by Senators Grassley and Warren. We look forward to watching the progress of this bill and will keep you posted on that progress. You can read the details about the bill here.

It can be challenging to find anything that Americans agree on these days, but it seems that affordable hearing care is one of those things. While this probably didn’t make it onto most people’s newsfeed, it is good news indeed. With bipartisan sponsorship from two high profile Senators, this bill has the chance to help a lot of people. We’ll keep you posted on the bill’s progress.

You can read the story here.