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MarkeTrakVIII: Consumer Satisfaction Increasing

Kochkin (2010) reports that some 34.25 million people in the United States have hearing impairment. Hearing aid “adoption” rates are approximately 1 in 4. This particular report (within the MarkeTrak VIII series) focuses on the consumer's experience with hearing aids, all of which are less than four years old. Three thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine (3,789) extensive (7-page) surveys were mailed out, 3,174 were returned, representing an amazingly high 84 percent response.

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Best Buy Removes Personal Amplification Products from Online Store

According to Audiology Talk and its sources, during the week of October 31, Best Buy removed all personal amplification products from their online store only weeks after shocking the audiology community by offering devices that were very similar to hearing instruments. This action was performed without notice or comment from the electronics chain.

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A Million Songs Later

Serra et al (2012) report that music is a "human universal, involving perceptually discrete elements displaying organization." They note, if you had seven years with nothing to do (and presuming you didn’t sleep) you might choose to listen to one million songs recorded from 1955 to 2010. And, if you did, you could make some observations and draw some conclusions.

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Perceived Value, Purchase Intent, and Attracting First-Time Users

Beck and Kochkin (2013) report their updated "best estimate," which states that some 35 million people in the United States have hearing loss (see Kochkin et al, 2010). Beck (2012) reported that first-time users (FTUs) are the same age as experienced users (70 years old) and both groups (FTUs and experienced users) have similar hearing aid experiences (with regard to own voice, occlusion, amplification of high frequency sounds and more).

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