With frequency-filtered music.
Get the Tinnitracks Webversion + MP3 Download
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Payment-conditions and conditions of delivery
Tinnitracks is an application which is usable through your smartphone (depending on the operating system) and optional through your web browser. Some features can be used free of charge. After receipt of payment you will get unlimited access for a monthly usage. The additional tariff Tinnitracks DL unlocks the ability to download the treatment files. Tinnitracks DL allows the usage of the music without a smartphone on any MP3-capeable device.
For optimal usage conditions you need a fast internet connection because you need to up- and download music file.
You can pay with PayPal or with SEPA direct bank payment. If you pay with PayPal, you can use Tinnitrack's online application immediately. If you pay with direct bank payment, you have to wait until we received your payment, which usually takes 1-2 days within the EU.
We sell headphones only for German and Austrian customers. Please visit our German pages if you are in Germany or Austria.
Only Tinnitracks has this combination:
Listen to your own music that has been filtered for therapeutic use
Evaluation of the therapeutic potential of your music
Your music in a file format that is suitable for therapeutic use
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Is this therapy right for me?
Tinnitracks is suitable for tinnitus with the ENT doctor's diagnosis:
- tonal with a stable tinnitus frequency
(200 Hz - 20 kHz).
- hearing loss less than 60 dB HL
(½ octave below the tinnitus frequency).
How does Tinnitracks work?
- 1. Enter your tinnitus frequency.
- 2. Upload your music so that it can be filtered.
- 3. Download the therapeutically filtered music.
Unless your ENT doctor instructs otherwise, listen to your filtered music
- for at least 12 months
- for at least 90 minutes per day.
What do I need for this therapy?
- Diagnosis by ENT-doctor
- Your tinnitus frequency
(determined by ENT-doctor or hearing aid acoustician)
- Music files in MP3 format
- An MP3-capable playback device
(iPod, other MP3-Player, PC etc.)
- Headphones with linear frequency response characteristics