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Innovation has been a part of the Oticon hearing aids story since the beginning, releasing the world’s first electric hearing device (Acousticon) in 1904, and later becoming a leading hearing aid provider after World War II, thanks to a partnership with Charles Lehman that led to the establishment of the American-Danish Oticon Corporation.

In 1977, Oticon released its first in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid, and then its first digital hearing aid in 1996, staying ahead of or in stride with the competition. In the 21st century, Oticon began to distinguish itself through the development of its BrainHearing concept along with building hearing aids with streaming and connectivity features as early as 2007.

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Oticon’s BrainHearing Technology

What is the BrainHearing concept developed by Oticon? BrainHearing involves developing and building sound processing technology that improves how the brain derives meaning from sound and speech by supporting how they are processed by the brain rather than just amplifying sound.

Oticon’s Opn processing platform supports the BrainHearing concept by making it possible for hearing aid wearers to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment while enhancing sound quality, voice clarity, and instrument performance in smaller, lighter, and more discreet hearing instruments.

A hearing aid by Oticon at South Sound Audiology in Lacey, WA

Features of Oticon Hearing Aids

  • Sound sharing between hearing aids improves spatial awareness and allows for wireless communication with external digital devices, such as your smartphone or TV.
  • Bluetooth® compatible hearing aids assist with streaming capabilities while also facilitating the use of Oticon’s integrated sound generator to help with tinnitus.
  • Preprogrammed sound environments allow the capacity to personalize your hearing aid experience to accommodate your unique preferences.
  • Clear, transparent sound quality and speech details use sound preservation technology to enhance your capacity to understand speech in multiple listening environments.
  • Dynamic range expanded input enhances sound quality without distortion and whistling.
  • Remote fitting and counseling tools via Oticon’s Genie app are available to support you as needed.

South Sound’s Patient-Focused Hearing Care

Oticon hearing aids are one of many tools used by the audiologists at South Sound Audiology in order to address hearing challenges, but technology, no matter how advanced, never takes priority over meeting the unique needs of our patients.

Through highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessments, our hearing care professionals identify the unique type and severity of hearing loss affecting each of our patients and then use the information gathered to provide better hearing solutions that enhance their hearing and improve their quality of life.

Beyond selling and fitting our patients with hearing aids from Oticon, Phonak, ReSound, and others, we continue our ongoing partnership by providing troubleshooting, technical support, regular maintenance, and hearing aid repair for a broad variety of hearing aid brands.

If hearing aids are the best solution for addressing your hearing challenges, the experts at South Sound Audiology can provide you and individuals throughout the Greater Olympia area with the right advanced technology to address all of your hearing care needs. Contact us today by submitting the adjacent form.

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