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People wanted to test revolutionary new hearing aids in-clinic

Remarkable speech clarity – Hear all sounds around you – Very 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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Saxon frontman, Biff Byford's hearing loss story

 

Since forming Saxon in 1977, we have released a new album every 18 months and have no plans of slowing down. Performing at gigs, playing our new songs in front of crowds and hearing them sing along is one of the greatest feelings in the world. That’s why I knew I had to get my hearing tested.

I’ve been around high decibels and loud equipment for over 50 years. Back in the day at gigs, sound restrictions didn’t exist like they do now. Sometimes when performing we would put our heads right into the speakers and rock out.

My hearing problems were also affecting my personal life as well. Dinnertime with my family was especially hard. I found it difficult to keep up with conversation, so gradually after time I just stopped trying. I would sit there and become more detached. It was lonely at times.

I went to my local Hidden Hearing clinic (in York), where I had a hearing test. The hearing care expert Louise was great – very knowledgeable about frequencies and how music can damage the ears, so we were able to have a proper conversation. I knew I was in safe hands.

Since I was fitted with my hearing aids Oticon More, I have been very impressed, especially with the Bluetooth as I can stream music straight from device to ear.

Getting the aids is like turning back on the enjoyment button on life. I can hear things that I haven’t heard in a long time, like the certain notes of a guitar string. Instruments like bass guitar and drums no longer sound flat.  Another bonus is my tinnitus has got so much better, it’s nowhere near as invasive as before. The aids have really helped reduce the severity with that.

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“Getting the aids is like turning back on the enjoyment button on life.”

Biff Byfford, Saxon frontman
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What’s new with these hearing aids?

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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, giving you the confidence that you heard it right the first time.
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Reduced feedback sounds in your ears
Some hearing aid wearers may have noticed feedback in the past. But modern hearing aid technology reduces the likelihood of feedback – even while 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 sounds around you to determine which are the most important. This way you get a fully balanced sound picture.
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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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