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Audiologists are professionals who diagnose and treat hearing and balance disorders. They conduct hearing evaluations, recommend and fit hearing aids, provide counseling to patients, and may also perform balance assessments. Audiologists typically hold a doctoral degree in audiology (Au.D.) and require a state license to practice.

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High-end technology for optimum hearing supportThe hearing solution for all ages is highly comfortable and offers everyday practicality.Digital miniature bone conduction hearing system which compensates for hearing impairment, processing sound and then transmitting it to the inner ear.All-in-one in a single housing (no external cabling)Water-resistantHigh transmission frequency bandwidthWireless connection to various devices via Bluetooth

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The strongest hearing aid in the world!Appealing design and easy to use thanks to larger operating elementsRobust and suitable for daily use, with practical shirt clipDigitally programmable and option to connect to MP3, wireless and Bluetooth systemsMeets a wide range of hearing requirements in a variety of situations, to high-performance hearing deviceInductive signal for visits

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TV Adaptor

With the TV Adapter you can:Clearly hear the TV or listen to music by streaming the sound directly to your hearing aidsChoose the level you want to hear while leaving the TV at a volume that is comfortable for othersUse Oticon ON App to control the volume of the streamed sound remotelySupport Dolby Digital® formatRange:

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Connect Clip

With Connect Clip, it’s easy to make hands-free calls with your iPhone® or Android™ phone. Make and receive hands-free calls in the car or on the go streaming to both earsWirelessly stream music, videos or other sound from your mobile phone to your hearing aidsControl the volume and change programs remotely

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EduMic can be worn as a remote microphone for the teacher to communicate directly with the child. EduMic links Oticon hearing aids to existing remote microphone systems in the classroom using a standard Europin connector.Use the 3.5 mm audio jack to stream sound from a computer, smart board or tablet directly to the child’s hearing

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