Hearing aids are small, wearable electronic devices that are designed to enable a person to hear sounds in an enhanced and better way, and understand the speech more clearly.
In terms of types and designs, these come in a wide variety of options, and can also be crafted and custom designed specific to an individual’s requirement.
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Hearing aids work by amplifying sounds step-by-step:
The sound is received by the microphone of the hearing aid, which is then converted into a digital sign
The strength of this digital sign is increased by the amplifier
The speaker then passes the sound into the ear.
Building on the success of its predecessor, Oticon More, the Real hearing aid platform brings forward an array of practical advancements and innovative features that make it a game-changer for those with hearing loss.
Even the best hearing aids have always sounded like hearing aids. The game-changing Widex Moment is out to change that by giving you the purest, most natural sound ever.
The Unitron Moxi Discover Next platform enables users to understand the conversations that are taking place in front of them.
The Augmented Xperience, or AX for short, is the first sound processor designed to work with two sound processors, one for speech and the other for everything else.
The Phonak Paradise is driven by AutoSense OS 4.0, an artificial intelligence-based automated system (AI).
Oticon More uses the intelligent features of a Deep Neural Network (DNN). The DNN needs to learn, just like a person’s brain does.
We are all unique in our needs, and no more is this true than with our experience with hearing loss. That’s why Oticon has developed the Oticon Own, a customized hearing aid solution.