Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon is a hearing manufacturer based in Copenhagen in Denmark.  It was founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, whose wife was hearing impaired.  The company is one of the world’s largest manufacturer of hearing aids.

Life-changing technology

Oticon makes hearing aids that are famous for their superior sound quality. As technology leaders of the industry, Oticon constantly strives towards their vision: a world where hearing loss is no limitation. They challenge conventions and push the limits of technology to change the lives of people with hearing loss.

This has been Oticon’s mission for more than 100 years – ever since their founder Hans Demant helped his wife Camilla with one of the first electronic hearing aids in the world. From this foundation of care, Oticon has grown with a passion to empower people who need hearing support.

Today, Oticon is a global company with headquarters in Denmark. Their hearing aids are available in more than 100 countries worldwide.

OPN S gives you a 360-degree experience

Traditional technology focuses on one speaker, suppresses all others. Before OPN S most hearing aids coped with noise by restricting your focus to one sound source at a time, such as a person straight in front of you, while surpassing all others all other sounds.

However, background noises often include important speech details. When these are not passed onto the brain, it becomes very difficult to follow the conversation and you become tired. By reducing sounds coming around you speech and noise alike, traditional hearing aids may give you an unnatural listening experience.

New technology opens up your world to embrace multiple speakers

Now, new technology in Oticon Opn S lets you experience the benefits of hearing aids that open up your world. You’re able to hear more than one person speaking at a time, while the advanced noise reduction system helps further reduce your listening effort.

Oticon Opn S gives your brain access to the relevant sounds around you, putting you in charge of which sounds you want to focus on– and not your hearing aid.

The result is that you understand speech better, with less effort and you’ll find you can remember more of what people have said to you. This lets you keep up with and join in conversations — even in complex listening environments like a family dinner**.

You don’t hear with your ears; you hear with your brain. That is why you need hearing aids that are fast enough to keep up with the brain. BrainHearing™ technology in Oticon Opn S scans the environment 100 times per second. This gives you constant access to 360° sounds to support the way your brain naturally makes sense of sound.

With Oticon Opn S, annoying whistling is a thing of the past

Feedback is an annoying whistle or static noise that occurs when sound from your hearing aids escapes and is amplified again. It usually happens when something comes close to your hearing aid, like when you hug someone, put your phone to your ear or even sit in a high-backed seat. It’s a problem that has been difficult to address – until now.

Breakthrough technology in Oticon Opn S stops feedback even before it occurs. This is quite a different approach to other hearings aids which can only deal with feedback once it happens – and not always well. But now, with Oticon Opn S, you can enjoy clear, stable, feedback-free sound**.

Connect to your phone and devices

Listen to music wirelessly, make hands-free phone calls, and more.

Oticon Opn S is more than a hearing aid – it’s a piece of wearable technology, one that makes it easier to connect to your favourite devices.

Hands-free phone calls for any smartphone

With ConnectClip, it’s easy to make hands-free calls with iPhone®, an Android™ or any other modern smartphone.

ConnectClip transmits the caller’s voice directly to your hearing aids, while the built-in microphone clearly transmits what you say to the caller.

Music in high-quality stereo sound

Your hearing aids become high-quality, wireless headphones, so you can stream music directly from iPhone, iPad®, or iPod touch®. For any other modern smartphone or Bluetooth®-enabled device, you stream using the wireless ConnectClip.

Stream sound directly from your TV

You get sound from your TV directly into your hearing aids, using the Oticon TV Adapter.

Eden Park House,
531 Upper Elmers End Road,
Beckenham, London Borough of Bromley
BR3 3BF

Telephone: 020 8663 6187

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