Discover some of the advanced features offered with today’s hearing aid technology, discussed below.

  • Noise Reduction: Multiple hearing aid algorithm features track and focus on the speaker you want to hear, perhaps even when you cannot face him/her. The advanced noise reduction features are helpful with one or multiple speakers, group settings or very noisy crowds.
  • Receiver-In-The-Ear: The RITE model provides comfort and clarity to 90% of all hearing losses.
  • Tinnitus Therapy: Modern technology can help manage tinnitus. The main principle is acoustic stimulation. This means allowing your brain to hear and, therefore, focus on external sound rather than tinnitus. The tinnitus noise function allows the hearing instruments to deliver a programmable tinnitus masking noise, either by itself or in addition to the amplified environmental signal.
  • IP 67/68 Rating: The best test of dependability is in the day-to-day use, and Dust and WaterResistant hearing aids have the advantage of a housing that has proven it can withstand the test of time. With an IP67 or IP68 rating, hearing aids are protected from dust and water damage.
  • DuoPhone: Hear the phone conversation in both ears, while also reducing surrounding noise.
  • Frequency Compression: Compression makes high-pitched sounds easier to hear in all situations.
  • Acclimitization Manager: Based on the patient age, degree of hearing loss and previous hearing aid experience, the hearing devices provide the right amplification level for the individual patient. Acclimitization better helps the patient adjust to the overall use of the hearing aids.
  • Learning: A learning algorithm allows the wearer to train preferred gain, compression and frequency shape independently for various listening situations. This feature allows the hearing aid to learn each patient’s unique listening preferences.
  • Extended Bandwidth: An extended bandwidth exceeds the limitations of conventional hearing instrument bandwidths, which allows for a more “brilliant” sound quality. Extended bandwidth is especially helpful when listening to music or using audio streaming via Bluetooth.
  • WindGuard by ReSound: The hearing aid’s computing power and the use of multiple microphones leads to better sound quality, even in windy conditions outdoors.
  • SurroundSound by ReSound: The hearing aid processor provides outstanding computational power to deliver richer, clearer and more vibrant sound.
  • Speech in Wind by Phonak: Enjoy conversations, even on a windy day. Speech in Wind aims to reduce background noise, while focusing on the speaker of interest.
  • Ear-to-Ear Synchronization: The user controls both hearing instruments with just one touch.
  • Feedback Management: Eliminate annoying whistling before it becomes audible to your or people around you.
  • SpeechGuard by Oticon: Preserve the dynamic details of the speech signal, stabilize amplification in changing environments and provide the brain more accurate information for improved speech understanding.
  • SpatialSound by Oticon: Users are better able to organize their acoustic environment so they can choose which sounds or voices to focus on.
  • YouMatic by Oticon: A personalization process incorporates more of the patient’s sound preferences in both the Initial Fitting and the follow-up Optimization Session. YouMatic is what enables you to factor more personal dimensions into the hearing instrument’s reactions and responses.