Reed Doughty, a 37-year-old former professional football player, and current athletic director benefits from acoustic-motion sensors to help him understand speech from any direction throughout his busy day.“I go from a weight room, to a board meeting room, to a classroom, to an athletic field, to the loud gym, to home with four kids, to a dinner out with my wife,” Doughty said. “Being able to navigate these settings and not just get through but actually enjoy those experiences is great because those loud and differing environments can be frustrating for someone with hearing loss.”

Pure Charge&Go X is a receiver-in-canal (RIC) device that includes the world’s first acoustic-motion sensors. Since a hearing aid wearer’s sound environment can change suddenly, this pioneering technology can adapt to changes in their soundscape and detect when the wearer is in motion, responding automatically to deliver natural and personalized sound from any direction, in any situation – even when moving.