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AGX device for "treating" Tinnitus?
« on: July 25, 2013, 06:04:18 am »
I noticed an ad in my local paper today for a free presentation at the senior center demonstrating the AGX device to alleviate tinnitus. I suspect it is something like a hearing aid that provides white noise. I know that nothing makes tinnitus goes away. Does anyone have any experience with this device and can you advise on its effectiveness?


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Re: AGX device for "treating" Tinnitus?
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2013, 08:27:33 am »
Yes, a quick internet search reveals that they are hearing aids that cost between $3000 and $7000.

What I found online hypes the product but I haven't found any reviews pro or con.
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4/4/12 9mm x 4mm x 3mm (Diagnosis)

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Re: AGX device for "treating" Tinnitus?
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2013, 08:42:26 am »
   In the latest issue of "Hearing Health" magazine ( a link to this is on this site. Maybe perform a search from the upper right hand corner? ) . ReSound Verso TS is also advertising a hearing aid with a tinnitus helper also ( last page ).
   My feeling is if the HA produces a white sound, it could not be in the speech range of hZs. In thinking about tinnitus signatures, and their peaks and valleys ( ~~ ), maybe the aid levels tinnital signatures by filling in the valleys ( with white noise ) in frequencies outside the range of human speech?