Oticon Brain Hearing Technology
It’s your brain that hears. Not your ears.
Your ears and your brain work together as a system, with your brain doing most of the heavy lifting. Your brain is what uses the information from your two ears to orient you by figuring out which direction sound is coming from. It’s in the brain that sound waves become sounds that you recognize. And your brain is what helps you focus in on a conversation and separate out unwanted noise. Right now, all four of these tasks are happening simultaneously and continuously inside your brain.
How can technology help your brain hear more naturally?
New hearing technology can help your brain hear better by performing a number of key tasks,
- Preserve the important details in speech
- Work as a system to help you locate sound
- Reduce the effort involved in listening
- Take your personal listening preferences into account
New BrainHearing technology from Oticon works smarter, so you can live better.
Speech Guard E – Works like a shield to protect the clarity of speech even in noisy background environments.
Spatial Sound – Allows you to hear in 3D so you can follow conversations that come from different directions in a room.
Free Focus – Automatically selects the best high performance directional mode for you, and gives you clearer more natural sound, even in difficult hearing situations.
YouMatic – Enables Oticon hearing instruments to be finely tuned to match your unique hearing profile, and personal sound preferences.
Give your brain exactly what it needs to hear.
Your hearing is as unique as your fingerprint. And because no two people are quite like you, no one else’s hearing profile is quite like yours.
BrainHearing technology enables Oticon hearing instruments to be finely tuned to match your unique hearing profile and personal sound preferences. Then deliver sound with the clearest, purest signal possible in the way your brain is best able to understand it. The result is a more natural, effortless listening experience. Anywhere. Anytime.
Hearing is extremely personal. No one hears the same way you do. For this reason, the more we know about you and the situations and sounds you most enjoy, the easier it will be for us to find the ideal solution. To learn more, book your appointment using the form to the right and we will explain more about this when you come in.