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Sensaphonics Offers Free Audiology Services To 3D Buyers

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CHICAGO, IL--Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation has announced the first promotional program in the company's history. In anticipation of the coming tour season, the Sensaphonics "Hear It All" promotion provides purchasers of the 3D Active Ambient IEM system with free ear impressions, plus a hearing test and fitting. The program runs through April 30, 2008.

"Obviously, we're promoting the 3D Active Ambient, which is truly a unique product" notes company president Michael Santucci, a practicing audiologist. "But more importantly, we want to encourage all musicians and engineers to get their hearing checked. Too many musicians buying custom earphones just run out and get impressions made."

"There are plenty of hearing professionals who will gladly shoot goop in your ears," Santucci continues. "That's fine, but it's really just a starting point. The 'Hear It All' program makes it easy to take that process to the next level." With a hearing test providing baseline information on state of a musician's hearing, it becomes a simple matter to track changes over time. A fitting session for custom earphones ensures that the customer has a good fit and is confident inserting the earphones.

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