Feed your brain with natural, 360° sound
Most hearing aids need to reduce the sound to a narrow beam. Oticon Opn lets your brain naturally make sense of the 360-degree sound environment.
Hear everyone who is talking
Oticon Opn opens up to multiple speakers – even in noisy environments. Traditional hearing aids focus on one person while suppressing all others.
Reduce listening effort and free your mental resources
Oticon Opn requires 20% less listening effort, giving 20% more capacity to remember and 30% better speech understanding.
Connect to devices streamer-free
Wirelessly connect to your Apple or Android phone for clear calls and music, and connect to your TV or computer without a streamer.
Follow this revolutionary new hearing aid through daily situations, where it gives the wearer's brain natural conditions in which to respond to events.
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The benefits of the open sound experience are easiest to appreciate when you try it for yourself – before you buy anything. So come to Hidden Hearing and see how they work for you.
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Traditional hearing aids focus on a narrow ‘beam’ of sound, which is a big price to pay to reduce noise. Oticon Opn is powerful enough to scan the entire sound field, and then reduce unwanted noise before presenting it to our ears. This makes directional sound as we know it a thing of the past.
Because we hear with our brains, Oticon Opn is designed to support the way our brains are used to working: in a 360-degree sound environment. Oticon Opn is the first hearing aid that is fast enough to follow the dynamics of the whole 360° soundscape. It scans the entire sound-field 100 times per second to differentiate between different sounds and reduce noise – even between individual words. Despite this, its advanced technology minimizes battery usage.
Having the complete, 360° sound field makes your world feel more open, and allows your brain to work normally as it interprets the sound information coming from your ears.
With Oticon Opn, the sound environment is constantly open. By preserving the natural, all-around sound, these hearing aids deliver a rich, meaningful soundscape that empowers the brain to choose what to focus on.
Instead of only being able to focus where you are looking – like on one conversation at a time – you can instantly change focus to whatever you consciously or unconsciously find important. What’s more, your brain can more easily locate and separate different people speaking in a noisy environment.
By supporting the way the brain naturally makes sense of sound, Oticon Opn reduces the effort it takes to listen in all environments, whether noisy or not, using less of your mental energy.
As well as feeling less tired, easier hearing brings you cognitive benefits. Research shows that because Oticon Opn requires 20% less listening effort, it frees up 20% more capacity to remember, and also gives 30% better speech understanding.
You can choose to control your Oticon Opn hearing aids with a phone app for iPhone and Android devices, where you can adjust the volume and programme settings. Through the Oticon ON App, you can also hear radios, TVs, laptops and many more devices directly in your ears without needing a streamer around your neck. Instead, they use wireless Bluetooth®, so you can make hassle-free connections.
Oticon Opn is also the world’s first Internet-connected hearing aid. Imagine the lights coming on and the security alarm turning off when you put your hearing aids on in the morning. Because Oticon Opn hearing aids can connect to other Internet-enabled devices, you can make any connections you want, using the IFTTT capabilities in the app on your Apple or Android phone. And as the Internet of Things expands, the possibilities are growing all the time.
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