Sound therapy has been used for treating tinnitus for a long time and can effectively mitigate tinnitus and reduce tinnitus irritation of patients.
Generally, tinnitus masking treatment is carried out in a hospital. This causes the
patient much inconvenience and expense for long-
As an alternative, the eMasker is small in size, easy to carry and can be individually programmed based on the results of tinnitus evaluation. It can be conveniently used at home or other environments.
The eMasker can be digitally connected to our successful tinnitus evaluation system, TinniTest and the patient’s results constitutes the base for prescribing sound treatment.
The eMasker Tinnitus Masking system is mainly comprised of a memory chip, decoding chip, DA converter, audio amplifiers and other components. Its working principle is as follows:
First, all various masking sound signals are input into the memory chip of the eMasker. The decoding chip decodes the masking sound signals into digital signals.
These digital signals are then converted into analog masking sounds through the DAC. Through the audio amplifier, the converted analog masking sounds are amplified and then transmitted to headphones. Through the output of the headphones, the masking sound signals can be exactly heard.