A Story of Better HearingSteve Romeo of Quality Hearing Aids has a history of live concert sound mixing and sound system design, so he is familiar with the needs of professional musicians. "When the Halo 2 came out with it's separate music processing capability, I knew that I finally had a hearing instrument that could actually make music sound good. When I got home with my own Halo 2, the first thing I did was sit down and play my guitars and piano. Everything sounded so good that it was difficult to stop playing."
Keith Clough is an accomplished musician and trombone player who plays in three bands including a popular swing band in Las Vegas. He had tried other hearing aids before but they were not able to reproduce his trombone satisfactorily. During their initial meeting, Steve suggested to Keith that he bring his trombone to the Halo 2 fitting so that he could test the hearing instruments with live trombone music. The pictures above show Keith in the Quality Hearing Aids office cutting loose with a trombone solo. The trombone, by the way is a beautiful Getzen Custom with dual Thayer valves that filled the office (and the adjacent hallway) with incredibly rich sound.
After playing, Keith said with a smile, "I think this will work just fine!"