The hearing aids are designed to give people who have hearing loss a more convenient and personalized hearing experience. The Opn S hearing aids are powered by the company’s new platform Velox S and comes with a rechargeable battery option. The hearing aids also feature OpenSound Booster, which is a new settings that gives users extra hearing support.
Oticon Opn S hearing aids rapidly monitor acoustics changes in the environment to give users a 360º sound experience. The OpenSound Booster technology allows the user to trigger their hearing aids to reduce non-speech sounds and background noises on demand. The Booster feature can be activated through the company’s Oticon ON App.
The new rechargeable battery offers a full day of power. It can quickly charge up to 50% in one hour and 25% in 30 minutes. The battery station features an LED light that turns on when the hearing aids have completely charged.
“Oticon develops every new hearing aid with the same goal in mind: improving hearing health for individuals with hearing loss,” said Sheena Oliver, VP of marketing for Oticon, in a press release. “As evidence demonstrating the importance of hearing care on a person’s overall health mounts, delivering the best possible sound quality and speech understanding becomes further ingrained in everything we do. Our new, advanced Opn S hearing aid raises the bar on sound quality and convenience. With more control, personalization, and power than ever before, Opn S wearers have the support they need to stay engaged in conversations and in life.”
Oticon Opn S hearing aids are available in four styles, including the miniRITE, miniRITE R, the lithium-ion rechargeable battery solution, miniRITE T with a telecoil and BTE Plus Power for those who have severe to profound hearing loss.