Oticon More Hearing Aid Review

Oticon recently launched their brand-new line of hearing aids, the More.  Preceded by the OPN S, the More promises increased speech understanding, reduced listening effort, and continues to offer Bluetooth connectivity.  

In a study conducted by Oticon, they found that patients using the Oticon More hearing aids showed a 15% improvement in speech understanding! The computer chip inside the Oticon More is so sophisticated, that it recognizes up to 12 million difference environmental sounds. This means that it is capable of adjusting volume for incoming sounds, amplifying the important ones while keeping the background noise quiet, though still audible. They have found that this creates a much more effortless listening experience, and a very natural sound quality. Essentially, the Oticon More is configuring incoming sounds in a similar manner that our brains do, but it is doing that work even before it gets to the brain!  

The Oticon More offers rechargeable options that last you the whole day. A full charge typically lasts 24 hours, so you likely won’t ever hear a low battery signal! Bluetooth connectivity is a breeze for iPhones, and also made possible for Android devices! For the Android devices that are not quite compatible with the Oticon More, there is the option for the ConnectClip, which would then allow for connectivity between the hearing aids and the smartphone.  It is currently only available in the style of hearing aid that sits behind your ear and in rechargeable batteries, but more models are expected to be released in the future.   

There are lots of other cool things about the Oticon More that don’t fit into this blog post! If you are interested in learning more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com. We’d be happy to share more information with you as you begin your journey to hearing aids! 

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