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Cochlear Logo TransparentCochlear implants have helped over 450,000 people hear. Dr. Graeme Clark knows that feeling more than anyone else. After watching his father struggle with deafness his whole life, Dr. Clark vowed to do what many in the scientific and medical communities said was impossible. In 1978, he proved all the experts wrong when he gave Rod Saunders the world’s first multi-channel Cochlear implant. And the miracle of hearing.That groundbreaking day made history. It also made it possible for thousands of people to hear their children, their friends, and families. Today, as the global leader in hearing implant technology, Cochlear continues to invest in research and development to advance hearing technology.With the advanced smartphone to hearing device technology of today, Cochlear implants are instrumental in helping patients with hearing and vision loss regain mobility and confidence again.

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Nucleus 8 Sound Processor

with Hybrid Hearing

The latest in Cochlear implants is the Nucleus 8. It’s the world’s first and only Made for iPhone cochlear implant sound processor.

With Nucleus 8, you can stream sound directly to the sound processor, control and manage the settings, track usage data and locate a lost processor. With dual microphones and Cochlear’s most advanced sound management system – SmartSound® iQ* with SCAN – Nucleus 8 helps patients hear their best even in noisy environments.

Nucleus 8 is the fastest, smallest, lightest processor to date and has up to 50% more battery life than earlier sound processors.

Cochlear Wireless TV Streamer

The perfect audio device accessory for your cochlear implant is the Cochlear™ Wireless TV Streamer. It sends stereo sound from a TV or other audio device directly to the sound processor(s). The patient doesn’t wear extra cables or wires. With the TV Streamer, patients never have to choose between watching TV and taking part in a conversation as the sound is balanced between the TV and their surroundings. This enables them to watch TV, take part in conversations and keep track of what’s going on around them.The TV Streamer isn’t just for TVs. Patients can use it to connect to their computers, stereos and other audio devices. The 2.4 GHz wireless technology opens the door to some unique opportunities such as connecting up to three streamers to different audio devices or connecting one streamer to many users. For example, a whole group of Cochlear sound processor users could enjoy TV together using the same TV Streamer. Each individual enjoys strong and clear transmission of sound directly to their sound processors.

Cochlear Wireless TV Streamer