Food and Drug Administration (FDA): monitors dispensers, vendors, and audiologists. The FDA can also monitor claims that are said about hearing aid benefits and success.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC): monitors batteries and wires, telecoil, phones, and frequencies that hearing aids can operate at, as well as Bluetooth. The FCC can ensure that phones have the appropriate electromagnetic field for t-coil to operate at.
--goal: put in an input so loud that the hearing aid is no longer applying amplitude to the signal.
--don't want to exceed it and damage the client's device or hearing.
frequency response test: shows how much gain is being applied across the frequency spectrum.
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