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Daymond John from TV's Shark Tank: Starkey Halo Hearing Aids

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From an article in CNN Money:

After being invited to an event thrown by Starkey Hearing Foundation several years ago, John realized that what he thought was an occasional hearing issue was actually a much larger problem.

"I'd often think people were mumbling or something wasn't on that loud," he said. "But at the event, they invited everyone to try on a hearing device, and it was like night and day. I was suffering from tinnitus [ringing-ear syndrome] in one ear and something else was going on in the other."

John cites listening to music loudly while growing up as the major cause of his hearing loss: "I'd also been on music tours since I was 14 years old, so I was always too close to the speaker," he said.

"When I go to restaurants, the Halo remembers the settings I had on at that specific location, so the next time I'm there it will know to project the sound of the person I'm having a conversation with over the background noise," he said. "I also have preferences set at home and when I'm on an airplane."

The smart hearing aids can also send calendar alerts, messages and social notifications to the earpiece. There's even a find-my-device feature to track down lost hearing aids.

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