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Latest Hearing Aids from Oticon
The Oticon More hearing aid can now deliver 30% more sound to the brain to reduce listening effort.
They have upgraded their new chip to integrate a deep neural network in the chip. This allows for the hearing aid to train with 12 million different real life sounds to support you brain health.
Their philosophy is to try and mimic the brains way to hear through different experiences. This hearing aid can come rechargeable, can come with a telecoil, and can connect to both iPhone and android phones.
Oticon Opn and Opn S
Traditional hearing aids isolate one speaker and suppress all others. Opn and Opn S are so fast, they can wearers access to multiple speakers around them that they want to listen to and help reduce noise at the same time. Oticon Opn S takes open sound to the next level, providing more flexibility and choices for users. It delivers the clearest and purest possible signal yet to provide speech understanding on par with normal hearing in noisy environments – empowering Opn wearers to participate in the same social situations as everyone else. The new Velox S platform supports key technologies proven to deliver better hearing with less effort.
For many years, researchers in the field of hearing have acknowledged that hearing occurs in the brain. The human ear receives sound waves, amplifies them, and inner ear hair cells translate them into neural signals sent to the brain. With normal hearing, a robust, clear signal is registered and catalogued by the brain as sounds that we recognize. Daily sounds, such as a dog’s bark, a gust of wind, the slam of a door, are all learned and archived audio data that have followed this auditory process.
When hearing begins to change, the signals sent to the brain are no longer as clear and strong. As a result, the brain receives gaps in the transmission and therefore struggles to fill in the signals to make sense of the inconsistencies.
Oticon’s BrainHearing Technology was developed to address these inconsistencies and to assist the brain in making sense of the signals we consistently receive. BrainHearing Technology simulates the experience of binaural hearing for the brain, by taking sounds from both ears to acclimatize the wearer to their environment, while also sorting through competing noise. Along with other technology developed by Oticon, which will be explored below, BrainHearing Technology paves the way for more ground-breaking technology in hearing aids.
As Oticon’s economical line, Siya hearing aids help people hear better by amplifying the rich details of sound, so they can focus in on every precious moment. Siya hearing aids feature BrainHearing technology which helps the brain understand sounds more easily.
Oticon ON app
The ON smartphone app from Oticon allows wearers to adjust the volume, switch programs, check their battery level, find user instructions and connect with IFTTT-enabled devices.
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