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People wanted to test revolutionary new hearing aids in-clinic

Remarkable speech clarity – Richer sound experience – Discreet style

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Do you currently wear hearing aids?
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Have you had your hearing checked in the last 12 months?

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How to try hearing aids in 3 steps:

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Book a free hearing test
Book a free appointment for a hearing test in one of our clinics

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Meet with a hearing care expert
Have a registered hearing care expert complete your hearing test.

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Test a pair of hearing aids
Test a pair of hearing aids in one of our clinics. We'll adjust them to match your unique hearing needs.
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What can modern hearing aids do for you?

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Vastly improved speech understanding
Studies have shown that some hearing aids could provide speech understanding that is close to normal hearing. You could be more confident that you hear things right the first time.
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Reduced feedback sounds in your ears
In the past, feedback was a problem for people who wear hearing aids. But modern hearing aid technology reduces the likelihood of feedback, even when hearing aids are connected to smart devices.
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A 360-degree sound experience
The OpenSound Navigator™ technology in modern Oticon hearing aids processes all of the sounds around you. It then works out which are the most important so that your sound environment is fully balanced.
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Oticon BrainHearing™ technology
Hearing aids with the groundbreaking BrainHearing™ technology were designed to deliver more sound to the brain that’s much clearer, all while improving speech understanding and reducing listening effort.
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A natural hearing experience
Oticon Opn and Oticon More™ hearing aids open up new possibilities for people with hearing loss. The latest BrainHearing™ technology supports the brain’s natural process of making sense of sound so that you can process the most relevant sounds.
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Artificial Intelligence
Our latest hearing aid, Oticon More™, uses deep learning, a powerful subset of artificial intelligence. It gives you access to a complete and balanced sound scene where each individual sound is delivered with detail and clarity.
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“I think the sound quality delivered by these hearings aids is incredible.”

Ketty, Oticon More test participant

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