Sound Voids

Sound Voids™: Do I Have a Hearing Loss?

  • Do you often hear people talking but simply have difficulty understanding them?
  • Have you sometimes struggled to hear clearly in background noise?
  • Occasionally do you have trouble following the conversation in small groups?
  • Is it challenging to explain your hearing situation to others?
Sound Voids: Mild Hearing Loss Example
Even a mild hearing loss can create the perception of Sound Voids and can be damaging if left untreated.

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be experiencing a phenomenon that we call “Sound Voids.”

Sound Void™ (n.) –
1) A moment lacking clarity in hearing or understanding;
2) An empty space in one’s life caused by the absence of sound clarity.

The term Sound Void was created by AudigyCertified™ professionals to help people explain the gaps that some individuals say they experience in their day-to-day listening lives. Sound Voids usually occur in specific listening situations where an individual’s hearing loss does not permit them to detect or understand important sounds and speech cues.

Individuals often find furthermore that Sound Voids result in tiring, frustrating and embarrassing situations. Sound Voids can detract from your ability to live your life to its fullest.

At Advanced Hearing Care, we help you fill the Sound Voids in your life.

We begin by isolating where your Sound Voids occur through a thorough interview and diagnostic process. Using our expertise in working with today’s most extraordinary technology, we help you fill in these missing moments and spaces.

It’s our job to help you actually get back to the things that you’ve been missing because of a hearing loss.

Contact us for an appointment.