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New evidence shows Oticon Opn™ is closing a gap to normal hearing

The latest results add to our growing library of evidence that shows how this groundbreaking hearing aid is changing people’s lives.

Oticon Opn overcomes barriers to social participation

Outstanding evidence shows how effectively the OpenSound Navigator™ technology in Oticon Opn helps people with hearing loss to interact with multiple speakers, while significantly reducing their listening effort.*

In fact, Oticon Opn empowers people to participate actively in the same noisy environments as people with normal hearing** such as restaurants and similar environments, which previously was too demanding.

These results make it clear that we’re closing a gap to normal hearing.

Read the Whitepaper

* Le Goff and Beck 2017, Oticon Whitepaper
**Juul Jensen 2018, Oticon Whitepaper

More evidence

  • evidence-the-benefits-of-brainhearing

    The benefits of BrainHearing™ technology

    20% less listening effort, users remember 20% more, and speech understanding increases by 30%.*

  • evidence-96-user-satisfaction

    96% user satisfaction

    User feedback highlights how 96% say they hear better with Oticon Opn.**

  • evidence-outperforms-in-real-life-tests

    Outperforms in real-life tests

    In different scenarios where multiple people are speaking, Opn leads the field while remaining open to surrounding sound.***

* Le Goff et al. 2016, Oticon Whitepaper, http://oticon.global/evidence
** Beck D.L., Porath M., Consumer Responses to the Oticon Opn Hearing Aid. Hearing Review. 2017;24(1):26.
*** Le Goff and Beck 2017, Oticon whitepaper

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The groundbreaking Oticon Opn™ family

This comprehensive range of hearing aids covers hearing loss from mild to severe-to-profound, using the powerful Velox™ platform to deliver the game-changing open sound experience.

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Proven to make it easier on the brain

Oticon Opn supports the brain in the natural way it makes sense of sound.

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