Benefits of Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon hearing aids have numerous benefits, including:
Proprietary BrainHearing Technology
This technology is designed to support the brain’s ability to process sound and reduce listening effort. At the same time, it can help improve speech understanding and recall.
Another advanced feature of some Oticon hearing aids, this technology helps manage multiple sound sources in noisy environments. OpenSound Navigator helps provide a balanced sound experience for the wearer, letting them focus on important sounds without blocking background sounds.
Oticon hearing aids have Bluetooth capabilities that allow you to connect your hearing aids to devices like tablets, smartphones, and some TVs.
Some Oticon hearing aid devices are rechargeable, which enhances the convenience of not needing to maintain devices with disposable batteries. Rechargeable models come with charging stations for ease and convenience.
Oticon bases its designs on enhancing the health of your brain to reduce some of the adverse health effects of deafness or poor hearing. Many of the Oticon hearing aids have add-on features to suit a range of needs.
For example, if you struggle with tinnitus, Oticon offers Tinnitus SoundSupport preloaded onto devices to help soothe and provide relief against tinnitus symptoms.
Explore a Range of Oticon Hearing Aid Devices and Accessories
Here are some of the popular main categories of Oticon hearing aid devices.
Oticon Real hearing aids are an innovative and advanced solution designed to provide individuals with a truly remarkable hearing experience. These hearing aids offer a natural and clear sound quality, enabling wearers to effortlessly connect with their surroundings and engage in conversations with enhanced clarity. Real hearing aids are equipped with powerful signal processing capabilities, allowing them to automatically adapt and optimize sound based on the wearer’s listening environment.
Oticon Own are in-the-ear hearing aids designed for mild-to-severe hearing loss. These hearing aids are made to provide powerful performance while remaining discreet and nearly invisible.
Oticon More provides a better sound experience for your brain in order to improve its health and function. It offers hands-free, two-way communication features and streaming services to select devices.
Oticon CROS Family
Oticon CROS Family is designed for single-sided deafness so that you have a more immersive and balanced sound experience. This hearing aid uses a transmitter with a microphone to pick up on sounds and send them from your poorer ear to your better ear.
A mild-to-severe hearing loss device designed to produce 360 speech and sound, Oticon Zircon has both non-rechargeable and rechargeable options to suit your lifestyle and preferences. With Oticon’s proprietary BrainHearing technology, you’ll experience clear sound and 360 speech so that even in noisy environments, you have enhanced hearing.
Oticon Play PX
This is a pediatric model for mild-to-severe hearing loss. Like other Oticon devices, it uses deep neural network technology to help children process sounds and interact with their environments.
For severe-to-profound hearing loss, this powerful hearing aid model helps enhance speech in noisy environments while preventing background whistling sounds. Oticon Xceed allows you to connect to modern smartphone devices and a wide range of accessories.
Oticon Xceed Play
A pediatric model for severe-to-profound hearing loss in children, this device is designed to help children make sense of sound. It offers 360 access to speech, wireless connectivity, and technology that prevents whistling sounds.
How to Clean and Remove Wax from Oticon Hearing Aids?
The way to clean your Oticon hearing aids will depend on if you have behind-the-ear or in-the-ear hearing aids.
For behind-the-ear devices, clean your hearing aids with wet wipes that don’t contain alcohol. Any type of wet wipe can be used on in-the-ear devices.
When cleaning microphone transmitters, you can use most types of disinfectants, although water-based disinfectants work best. Take care to avoid using excess moisture on the microphone; a damp wipe is best for this area.
What Is the Life Expectancy of Oticon Hearing Aids?
Your Oticon hearing aids will last an average of three to seven years, although some people use them for much longer. The variables determining the life expectancy of your hearing aids include how you use them, how well you maintain them, and how much heat and moisture they’re exposed to.
How to Adjust the Volume on Oticon Hearing Aids
The push button on your devices will allow you to adjust the volume. You’ll hear a clicking sound when you turn the volume up or down.
How to Connect Oticon Hearing Aids with a Smartphone
To connect your Oticon hearing aids to a smartphone, you need to download the Oticon ON App.
- Install the app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
- Ensure Bluetooth is turned on on your smartphone.
- Enable Location Services on the Oticon app.
- Select “Pair” to initiate the pairing process.
- During the pairing process, open and close the battery doors on each hearing aid while your phone is searching for the device. You’ll see a progress bar on the app showing whether your phone has connected to the devices.
- Once your devices are paired together, you can use the app to control sound and connectivity.
How Often Should You Charge Oticon Hearing Aids?
You should charge your Oticon hearing aids every day. The typical charge capacity is 16 hours of active use or 36 hours on standby.
How to Turn On/Off Oticon Hearing Aids
Turn your Oticon devices on and off by holding the volume button down for two seconds.
Oticon Hearing Aids with Happy Ears Hearing Center
To learn more about Oticon hearing aids and how they can help provide you with an enhanced listening experience, contact Happy Ears Hearing Center. We have three locations in Arizona, including Mesa, Peoria, and Surprise.
We serve clients of a variety of ages and backgrounds so that everyone has access to hearing technology. Contact us today to learn more.