In the news: The difference for Addison man is audible

Jon H from the Daily News

A great story from Addison, Wisconsin (USA):

Jon Haldemann’s telephone rang and rang and rang. Frightened and nervous — almost reluctant — he picked it up. It was a struggle for more than 25 years.
“Either when I was talking on the phone, I couldn’t get the phone in the right spot to hear people because the microphone was above the ear I had to have the phone in a weird position,” he said. “I couldn’t just stick it onto my ear. “A lot of times if I got in the right spot, it would cause a squeal. … I absolutely dreaded talking on the phone.”

Innovative technology now has him comfortable on the phone and in life, called the Baha 5 SuperPower Sound Processor. It is the first super-power bone conduction solution with smart, direct-to-device wireless technology for patients.

Read the whole article from the Daily News here.

One thought on “In the news: The difference for Addison man is audible

  1. I am also had for many years been unable to use a telephone to speak to people when called.
    But now I am getting used to my BAHA 5 Sound Provessor it is a whole world.
    After 14 years of using other BAHA implants this one is way superior.


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