Audi’s latest high-tech hearing aids will be able to detect the presence of a speaker, and then tell the user to turn the volume down.

The new technology was developed by an Austrian company called Audi’s Eye-Eye System (EA), which is part of the company’s vision-sensing research division.

It will enable the company to use earbuds with hearing aids that have a built-in speaker and an auxiliary microphone to provide information to the user.

This means that users will no longer need to wear hearing aids and can continue to use their hearing aids without wearing the devices.

However, there are some caveats with the new technology.

The EA is currently in early stages of testing and is only capable of detecting a speaker.

This means that it will only work with the latest version of the A7, which has been released to the public.

The other major drawback is that it requires that users have an earbud that has an audio signal to hear.

It is therefore not yet possible to use the EA with hearing-impaired users.

The EA will be available to consumers at the end of next year, and it is currently available in two versions: the EA Plus and EA Pro.

The audio technology that Audi is using to enable the new hearing aids has been called the Eye-eye system.

The company claims that the technology is able to read the user’s brainwave patterns and then identify whether the user is listening to a particular sound.

The Eye-eyes can detect both the sound of the speaker and the presence or absence of the auxiliary microphone, so it is able aurally detect the speaker, the sound volume and the volume of the audio source.

The Eye-eyed will also be able respond to voice commands, as the system is able, for example, to identify which of the four voices is being used in the room.

There are also some limitations with the EA.

It only works with the A8, which is currently the latest model of Audi’s flagship vehicle.

This is due to a problem with the software that Audi uses to control the audio system, and the earbups that are fitted to the earphones.

Audi says that the software, called Audigy, will be made available later this year and that the company is working on an SDK for it.

This will enable developers to create apps that enable the EA to read and respond to the brainwave signals that are sent by the user, and that will be used in future hearing aids.

The company says that it hopes to launch the SDK with its new Ear-eye technology in the second half of 2018.