Australian newspaper Blacktown Sun has a story about Baha user Kelly Jenkins, who recently upgraded to the Baha 4 Sound Processor and wireless accessories.
Kelly lost her hearing in her left ear in her 20s and was implanted with a Baha solution in 2007.
From the article:
Six weeks ago she upgraded to the Baha 4 bone conduction hearing device, which she loves because it provides even better clarity of sound and allows her to access associated wireless technology with a mini microphone no larger than a credit card. The small, portable wireless microphone transmits speech and sound to the Baha sound processor.
Kelly is especially thrilled to be able to go out to restaurants again without being disturbed by the noise.
“I placed my mini microphone in front of [my friends], connected it to my Baha and ended up having my first real restaurant conversation in over 10 years. It was a truly amazing experience.”
Read the whole story here: Blacktown Sun Kelly Baha user 2015