Oticon ino power d bte features of Oticon ino hearing aids
noise management: if life were perfect, all other noises would cease when someone spoke, making it easier for the hearing impaired to follow a conversation. Of course, it isn’t perfect and that’s why the noise management system is so important to the users of the ino. The system automatically minimizes competing environmental noises that make it difficult to follow speech.
binaural coordination: people with normal hearing, use both ears and the brain coordinates the two. Unfortunately, with most hearing devices, that simply doesn’t happen. Binaural coordination in Oticon ino hearing aids synchronizes both the volume and the programs automatically so your ears work together to give you a better listening experience. This feature is only available on the ino pro.
dynamic feedback cancellation (dfc2): feedback can be embarrassing and sometimes painful. The people at Oticon understand that and offer dynamic feedback cancellation in all types of ino hearing aids. It makes the feedback disappear before you hear it, so there’s no more unwanted whistling.
adaptive directionality: if you want adaptive directionality on your Oticon ino hearing aids, you’ll have to get the pro performance level. Adaptive directionality analyzes the sound and differentiates between noise and important voice signals. It then automatically switches between directional and omni mode so you don’t have to make any adjustments. This increases the volume in the ear toward the most important sound, speech.
automatic directionality (surround and split): with this feature, your hearing device automatically focuses on the sound directly in front of you, so you hear conversations better.
bandwidth: the Oticon ino hearing aids, whether the pro or traditional model, have an 8khz bandwidth.
rise 2 platform: the rise 2 platform has AMazing processing speed, and two times the power of the previous platform, rise.
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