Oticon hearing aids
We work with Oticon and other leading hearing aid manufacturers to find a product that’s the right fit for you. Our clinical approach is to understand you and your specific needs, and then source from all world-leading companies the best technology match, that is easy to use and offers the best value solution.
Latest Oticon Technologies
Oticon has recently released their most advanced hearing technology yet, the Oticon OpnTM. Oticon Opn is a new kind of hearing aid. Traditional hearing aids isolate one speaker and suppress all others. The technology in Oticon Opn is so fast that it opens up a full soundscape, allowing you to listen to multiple speakers in noisy environments, focus on what’s important to you and switch attention if you want to.
Hear better, remember more, with less effort – Oticon Opn improves your ability to understand speech even in challenging environments by 30%*, compared to Oticon’s Alta2 Pro hearing instrument. That means less listening effort for you. You don’t have to work as hard to understand, leaving more cognitive resources to remember what you hear.
Exceptionally fast processing speed – The Oticon Opn scans your environment more than 100 times per second to distinguish speech from noise. That’s 50 times faster1 than Oticon’s previous Inium Sense model. This means your brain can make sense of sound with less effort, so you enjoy a fuller, more natural soundscape.
The world’s first internet-connected hearing aid – Oticon Opn connects wirelessly to your smartphone, radio, TV and laptop, streaming audio directly to your hearing aids. And, for the first time ever, you can connect your hearing aids to the internet via the If This Then That network. You can link your hearing aids to a range of IFTTT-enabled devices used in everyday life, including door bells, domestic lighting systems and home appliances.
Small size, big performance – Oticon Opn miniRITE gives you a discreet, compact hearing aid with a wealth of innovative features and functionalities. The popular small behind-the-ear style features a smart, single-push button for easy and intuitive operation of volume and programs.