When Richard Einhorn lost much of his hearing last year, he thought he might never enjoy a live performance again. But then the 57-year-old composer discovered a new technology for the impaired -- called a hearing loop. Today, he joins us to share how the tiny device radically transformed his experience of sound. Plus, Dr. Neil Sperling, of the New York Otolaryngology Group, discusses new advances in listening for an aging population.
Listeners: Tell us about your experience with hearing loss. Or, do you have a question for Dr. Sperling? Call us at 212-433-WNYC or leave a comment.