Audio Visual Aids

Audio Visual Aids brings to you a unique mix of experience and the world's best Ear & Speech Solutions. Headed by Mr.Satish Gupta & Kusum Gupta, widely known for their expertise in Hearing Aid Consultancy for over 40 years. Mr.Ankush Gupta & Atul Gupta along with a band of very skilled and qualified staff at Audio Visual Aids guarantees to give you the cutting edge technology solutions for your ears.

Audio Visual Aids Clinic provides a variety of speech and hearing healthcare services including hearing assessments and rehabilitation, education, and counselling services for all ages. Our centre also fits and dispenses the latest technology in digital hearing aids and related assistive listening devices to suit all types of hearing loss, life styles and budgets.
Assessments regarding the type of amplification that would be best suited to our clients are generally completed following a comprehensive hearing evaluation by our Audiologist. Results are discussed immediately, with reference to our clients input, so that appropriate and satisfying recommendations are made.
Audio Visual Aids has enviable clientele with some of the leading actors, beaurocrats, and politicians and sports personalities as some of our loyal privileged customers. It is all about service and Audio Visual Aids relentless pursuit towards quality and settings high standards of professionalism making Audio Visual Aids stand Read More...


    Hearing loss will manifest itself in several ways. A hearing impaired person will have difficulty in hearing consonants spoken in normal conversations because consonents are normally spoken at higher frequencies and softer volumes, and vowels at lower frequencies and louder volumes.Hearing loss can dramatically change the affected person's lifestyle. Adults having hearing loss may start isolating themselves from family and friends and show reluctance in participating in public events. Children with hearing loss may get negatively affected in their ability to learn, develop communication skills and to interact with others.
    Hearing loss can occur anywhere in the auditory system. Hearing loss in the outer or middle ear is termed as "conductive loss." where as loss in the inner ear is called "cochlear," which is also called "sensorineural." A person with both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss combined, it said to have "mixed loss ."Another type of hearing loss is associated with the central auditory nervous system, which includes the auditory nerve, the brainstem and the brain.
  • Hearing loss may be a result of many different conditions,and the cause may lie in any part of the hearing system.At any age,hearing can be damaged gradually or suddenly.A hearing loss is often gradual and painless, in many case developing so slowly it is barely noticeable.People themselves do not realise that they have have hearing loss even though family members,office colleagues and friends may be quite aware of it.For some all sounds will be heard,but its volume is low..For others ,speech and music sound will be slightly distorted.Many actually find it difficult to clearly hear specific sounds such as conversation both in typical environments and from a distance.
  • First, understand that a hearing aid will not completely restore your hearing. What it will do is enhance sound so you can hear better. Since hearing loss is gradual, over the years you may have become unaccustomed to normal environmental sounds such as traffic noise, the hum of a refrigerator or background conversation. When you begin wearing a hearing aid, you will need to re-educate your brain to practice selective listening, the ability to choose only those sounds which you wish to hear.