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Smart hearing aid flaunted in Island

First outing for internet-based device

A new product for those with hearing loss has been unveiled in the Isle of Man.

Island firm Hidden Hearing hosted a public seminar at the Sefton Hotel in Douglas to demonstrate the product.

A new internet-based hearing aid was flaunted in what was billed as an exclusive event for the Isle of Man.

The system connects to a range of devices such as smart phones, TVs, baby monitors and home alarm systems to improve quality of life for those hard of hearing.

President of the BSHAA and Hidden Hearing product manager Peter Sydserff told Tanya Humbles more:

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