A woman was sitting in an armchair, her laptop perched on a table in front of her.
Michael Dorman, an Arizona State University professor of speech and hearing science, made the discovery of what the world sounds like via an implant, when one of his patients who had lost hearing in both ears and had received an implant, regained his natural hearing in one of his ears.
Professor Dorman’s team is currently working on a project to test the performance of patients by using a surround sound system that is calibrated so that if someone sits in the middle of the array of speakers, it sounds as if they are in a restaurant.
Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.
Not a sound came from her except for an occasional guffaw, but her conversation was so animated you almost felt you could hear it.
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