Introducing ConnectClip

Hands-free calls to both ears with any modern smartphone With ConnectClip, anyone with an Android™, iPhone® or any other smartphone can now turn their Oticon Opn™ hearing aids into a high-quality wireless headset for making hands-free calls or playing music - or any kind of audio. Using cutting-edge, 2.4 GHz Bluetooth Low Energy allows ConnectClip [...]

The only rechargeable hearing aid with a 360° sound experience

Recharge at night.Open to your world all day Oticon Opn ™ miniRITE hearing aids are now available with long-lasting rechargeable batteries. Simply charge overnight and they will last you all day long - even if you use direct streaming. And if you forget to charge, you can use conventional batteries as a backup. So there's [...]

Oticon: The First to Introduce Ocean Sounds

It may sound counterintuitive, but an effective method of managing tinnitus can actually involve adding sounds to the sound you already hear. Our new products by Oticon means that our patients can now enjoy amplification and popular ocean relief sounds in their hearing instruments with no additional devices needed. Traditional sounds used in sound therapy [...]

Yoga – the Ancient Remedy for a Modern Ailment

Although there is no cure for tinnitus, there are different ways to manage its effects - one successful way is yoga. Yoga originated in India more than 5000 years ago and today is more popular than ever, with a huge 15 million yoga practitioners in the USA alone! One reason for yoga's popularity can probably [...]

Introducing the Industry’s Most Comprehensive Sound Generator

For many patients, amplification is an effective first step in managing their tinnitus and they should not have to compromise on the performance of their hearing instruments. For this reason, Tinnitus SoundSupport has now been integrated into our proven Performance Line families, known for their outstanding sound quality and technologies which support the way the [...]

How Aviation Workers Are Affected by Exposure to High Levels of Noise

Although there have been vast improvements in noise protection for aviation workers, cabin attendants, pilots, mechanics and other airline personnel must still endure high levels of noise for upwards of 40 hours a week. During the post we will take a closer look. Airline pilot Cpt. Mike Cottell, who has been working as a commercial [...]

A Glass of Wine A Day Keeps Noise Induced Hearing Loss Away

At the turn of this year you may have seen the media coverage of an American study that is suggesting that drinking red wine might help to prevent hearing loss. This is just one of many health claims for red wine that is fast making it a 'super drink'; previous research had suggested that red [...]

The Next Generation of Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. While often described as a ringing or buzzing, Tinnitus may also sound like a clicking, hissing or roaring. The sound may be soft or loud, low pitched or high pitched and appear to be coming from either one ear or both. Most of the time [...]

Earplugs and Rock Concerts

In a 2015 entry to the International Journal of Audiology (Volume 52, Issue 12), Anouk Hofkens-Van den Jieun Cha, Simon R. Smukler, Yuan Chung, Ron House & Isaac I. Bogoch undertook an experiment through which they could compare the use of hearing protection among attendees of a Rock and Roll concert at baseline and those [...]