Oticon’s mission began over 100 years ago. In 1904, Hans Demant wanted to help his wife Camilla live a better life, unhindered by her hearing loss. Hans helped Camilla with one of the first electronic hearing aids in the world.
From this foundation of care, Oticon grew with a passion to help people who need hearing support. Oticon works constantly towards the vision of a world where hearing loss is no limitation. Oticon innovates life-changing technology – and if that means we need to challenge conventions, then that is what we do.
This technology is designed to support the brain’s ability to process sound and reduce listening effort. At the same time, it can help improve speech understanding and recall.
This technology helps manage multiple sound sources in noisy environments. OpenSound Navigator helps provide a balanced sound experience for the wearer, letting them focus on important sounds without blocking background sounds.
Oticon hearing aids have Bluetooth capabilities that allow you to connect your hearing aids to devices like tablets, smartphones, and some TVs.
Some Oticon hearing aid devices are rechargeable, which enhances the convenience of not needing to maintain devices with disposable batteries. Rechargeable models come with charging stations for ease and convenience.