Previously, many hearing aid wearers would experience some sounds echoed back to them by the hearing aid microphones, a shrill sound coming from the device, or the perception that their own voice was louder than it actually was (called the "Occlusion Effect"). Through advances in technology, feedback cancellation now continuously works within the hearing aid to ensure those jarring sound experiences don't occur, providing for a much more natural listening experience.
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