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How Hearing Loss Sounds- “The Flintstones”

August 13, 2013

This video helps us to understand what it would be like to experience different levels of hearing loss from slight to severe. It’s easy to see how debilitating it can be to sufferers of the illness. You can’t hear The Flintstones, which is a catastrophe! But on a serious note it’s an illness that affects 1 in 6 people and can be severely restricting to the affected person.

Music artists and fan’s primary concerns in the industry should be the loss of their hearing, what’s music without hearing? High volumes and powerful systems are a crucial part of live experiences, and why sacrifice this?

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