Oticon is one of the world’s most popular hearing aid manufacturers, and is responsible for bringing some of the most innovative and cutting-edge hearing solutions to the market.
Founded in Denmark in 1904, Oticon has grown from introducing the world’s first electronic hearing aids to creating groundbreaking technology such as BrainHearing that supports your brain as you hear.
Oticon develops hearing solutions for people with all types of hearing loss and the company’s products and accessories are sold in countries around the world. Oticon has become renowned for its research into hearing loss which has seen it create an extensive product range of advanced, intelligent and attractive hearing solutions that offer hearing aid users with a comfortable and natural listening experience.
The brand extended its Oticon Opn hearing aids range with the launch of the Oticon Opn S which expands on Oticon’s existing OpenSound Navigator and BrainHearing technology to provide state-of-the-art hearing solutions with internet and device connectivity.
With the Opn S, Oticon wanted to close the gap to normal hearing for those people living with hearing loss. It’s incredibly fast feedback prevention technology combined with an upgraded processor, the hearing aid can analyse your surroundings, taking a remarkable 56,000 measurements per second, to deliver exceptional speech understanding even in complex sound environments.
Oticon developed the Opn S devices to be Made for iPhone hearing aids that will wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet using 2.4 GHz Bluetooth Low Energy for minimal battery consumption.
The Opn S hearing aid gives you far greater choice, enabling you to choose a device that best suits your hearing needs, style preferences and budget. The hearing aids come in seven colours and three different levels of technology. The premium model in the range is the Opn S 1 which is followed by the mid-range, Opn S 2. Despite it not being as powerful as the other two models in the range, the Opn S 3 is still a good lower mid-range option. There are three receiver-in-canal (RIC) styles and one behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid models to choose from, with additional rechargeable and telecoil options.
The Oticon Opn S cost will depend on the model and technology level of the hearing aid. Your hearing care professional will be able to advise you as to which model would be most beneficial to you.
The Opn S hearing aid range significantly improves on Oticon’s already successful formula while also adding new features to make the Opn S range suitable for almost any type of hearing loss.
Opn S hearing aids are complemented by a range of accessories to enhance your hearing aid experience. For example:
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