Oticon Hearing Aids Sydney

Oticon’s mission began more than 100 years ago. In 1904, Oticon founder Hans Demant wanted to help his hearing-impaired wife live a better life, introducing her to one of the world’s first electronic hearing aids.

From this foundation of care, Oticon grew with a passion to help people who need hearing support. They work constantly towards their vision of a world where innovative hearing technology provides meaningful, life-changing benefits for people with hearing loss.

Oticon is now one of the largest hearing aid manufacturer in the world. Oticon offers a variety of hearing aid ‘families’ to suit your budget and lifestyle.

Oticon Product Families

Premium 'Best In Class' Technology

Oticon Opn S Hearing Aids Sydney
Oticon Opn S Hearing Aid Sydney

Opn S is Oticon’s flagship product family. Released in April 2019, it built on the outstanding success and clarity of the Opn family with some key updates, including:

  • Improved groundbreaking technology giving you access to relevant sounds around you allowing you to hear speech clearer and with less effort
  • Industry leading anti-feedback system
  • Lithium-Ion Rechargeable option
  • Hearing booster option via the Oticon ON app for challenging listening situations

Oticon Opn S and Opn families are available in a range of technology levels and discreet styles. And of course they offer full connectivity to Smartphones for maximum convenience.*

Opn S continues to support Oticon’s BrainHearing™ technology which has been show to reduce listening effort, improved speech clarity even in situations with multiple speakers, and improved listening memory.

* Bluetooth connectivity not available in the CIC and IIC styles

Oticon Brain Hearing
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Oticon Xceed: Power Hearing Aids For Severe Losses

Oticon Xceed is the latest member of the Oticon range of hearing aids and is specifically designed for those with severe to profound level of hearing loss. Oticon Xceed uses the 360° speech system, called OpenSound Navigator developed for the Opn range of hearing aids which provides improved speech understanding in areas of background noise. Additional features include

  • OpenSound Optimiser: improved levels of amplification with no feedback (whistling)
  • Speech Rescue: hear more of the high frequency speech cues such as ‘s’ and ‘th’
  • Direct Bluetooth connectivity to iPhone, and Oticon’s range of accessories.
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Oticon Xceed Hearing Aids

Essential Technology

Oticon Siya Hearing Aids

The Oticon Siya family of hearing aids brings excellent sound quality and connectivity to the ‘Essential’ end of the product spectrum. Siya utilises improved traditional hearing aid technologies such as front directionality to provide assistance in difficult listening situations. Key Features of the Siya family include:

  • 2.4GHz low-energy Bluetooth technology allowing direct streaming of audio to your iPhone or iPad
  • Audio streaming to Android SmartPhones via the ConnectClip accessory.
  • Available in all styles including the invisible IIC and the most popular, fully featured miniRITE style
  • Built on the ultra-fast Velox™ platform
  • Available in two technology levels: Siya 1 and Siya 2 to suit your budget
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Basic Technology

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Nera2 Pro is a conventional hearing aid system from Oticon that was originally released in 2015. Although it does not include more recent hearing aid developments and technologies of more recent product families such as Opn S and Siya, it is still capable of providing good sound quality that can be customised to each persons listening profile.

Nera2 Pro is available in all hearing aid styles, from invisible IIC up to Behind-The-ear styles for more severe haring losses.

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Free Online Hearing Test

Hearing tests check a person’s ability to hear the loudness and pitch of sounds. Some reasons why you may need a hearing test include ringing in your ears, others complaining that you talk too loud or watch the TV on high volume, or simply you have trouble hearing conversations.

While there’s no replacement for a consultation with a hearing-care expert, our free online hearing screening can provide some quick and useful feedback about your hearing. The screening should be carried out in quite space and all you need is a pair of headphones!

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