Oticon Alta 2 pro
The Alta 2 pro range is the premium option when it comes to Performance Line. Incorporating the latest version of the Inium processing chip, its external appearance is designed to minimize its visual presence and make its use as unobtrusive as possible. The device features an onboard AI that interprets and adapts to the variety of different sound environments busy people encounter on daily basis. The Alta 2 pro also features several programs that allow it to be adapted manually for optimum performance in specific environments. For instance, if you find yourself in environments where there is a lot of music than say, the a busy restaurant with a lot of background chatter, you can have a program tailored to optimize your sound experience at a moment’s notice. Additionally, its use of Tristate noise management boosts its ability to aid in speech comprehension and cut down on the amount of listening effort required.
People put off getting a hearing aid for many reasons. One of the primary concerns can be the high cost of premium quality hearing aids. The aim of the Oticon Get is to deliver the main benefits and features of a top tier Oticon hearing aid in a more cost-conscious format. Oticon does away with some of the optional features of the premium versions and instead focuses on delivering a solid and dependable hearing aid that still delivers an exceptional level of sound quality and noise management. The Get incorporates advanced Oticon technologies such as Open Ear Acoustics, which is designed to keep the ear canal open and create a more natural-sounding amplification. Another feature is the Dynamic Feedback Cancellation, which counteracts the feedback noise that can affect many lower quality hearing aids. The result is an excellent final product that is a great choice for those new to the hearing aid market. It allows people to test the waters and experience the everyday benefits of wearing hearing aids.
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