yesterday I thought, I might want to try to swtich my noise reduction to “off”, because it was on the lowest setting anyway, and I wanted to know what it sounds like.
So I did, and while running or boiling water is louder now (though not annoyingly so), I also noticed that my sense of direction improved. As this is, of course, highly subjective, I wondered if this can be true.
Digital hearing aids add delay, delay disturbs sense of direction. Will turning off noise reduction in a digital hearing aid lessen the amount of delay that´s needed for signal processing? Has anyone ever measured?
Just curious …