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First hearing aid app for hearing fitness will help people with hearing loss lead healthier lives.
Oticon, industry leaders in advanced audiology and hearing aid technology, have appointed a Chief Audiologist.
Oticon Opn™ Now Connects to All Modern Smartphones, Delivering an Extraordinary Sound Experience in Stereo
New independent studies prove that Oticon Opn hearing aids help users engage in conversation in noisy situations, and more effectively than alternative solutions
– Oticon, industry leaders in advanced audiology and hearing aid technology, today announces the appointment of Ole Asboe Jørgensen as new President of the Oticon Brand, Global.
Oticon Opn™, the world’s first hearing aid that connects to and interacts with the Internet via the IFTTT Network, is set to become a rechargeable hearing solution.
Oticon Opn™ captured two Gold Stevie® Awards in the 15th Annual American Business Awards℠. The world’s first Internet-connected hearing aid earned top honors in the Consumer Electronics and Health & Pharmaceutical categories.
Oticon, industry leaders in advanced audiology and hearing aid technology, has won a prestigious Red Dot design award for Oticon Opn - the world’s first internet connected hearing aid.
Two New Opn Styles, Power Options and Tinnitus SoundSupport™.
Bring Open Sound Experience to Even More People
World hearing day: Hearing loss will affect more and more people – but there’s something that can be done
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