Oticon Opn introduces groundbreaking technology that is fast enough to support the brain and precise enough to monitor the soundscape and differentiate between sounds. With the extreme speed of this new technology users are provided with more accurate information about the soundscape, and enabled to more easily locate and separate sound sources, i.e. they can maintain access to the sounds of their life so they can focus on what they find important.Details
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The most popular hearing instrument is the “receiver-in-the-ear” (RITE) type, which is also referred to as a “receiver-in-canal” (RIC) instrument. While these types of instruments are similar to “behind-the-ear” (BTE) hearing instruments, they differ in important ways. While a BTE instrument houses all the components in a single case that rests behind the ear, RITE/RIC…Details
Judging by how much young people rely on their smart phones, tablets, and other electronic devices to stay connected, they may envy the Bluetooth capabilities of their parents’ and grandparents’ hearing instruments. Bluetooth is a wireless communication platform that allows for the transfer of data between two or more electronic devices. It can be…Details