Oticon Opn S Rechargeable Hearing Aid Models, Prices, & Reviews
About Oticon Opn S Rechargeable
Oticon Opn S Rechargeable is a premium made-for-iPhone hearing aid designed to reduce listening effort in simple or complex listening situations.
Opn S R (shorthand) builds on the previous generation of Opn hearing aids with the introduction of a new processing platform called Velox S and the addition of quick-charging lithium-ion batteries. If you want the performance of Opn S but prefer disposable batteries, you have that option too with the non-rechargeable version.
Velox S is the fastest and most powerful processing platform Oticon has made. Opn S samples the sound environment a remarkable 56,000 times per second so the hearing aids can respond quickly and accurately to what's going on around you.
What difference does it make? Oticon says Velox S provides 15 percent better speech understanding in noise than the previous processor. According to the company’s research, this reduces the effort required to understand, saving mental energy and improving how well listeners remember what they hear. Opn S also brings improvements in feedback prevention, to stop whistling noise before it starts.
Oticon's TwinLink™ wireless technology lets the two hearing aids communicate with each other to effectively analyze the three-dimensional soundscape. It takes two hearing aids to get the most from Opn S, because only by working in pairs can they perform to their full potential. TwinLink enables the hearing aids to pinpoint the direction of multiple voices and more effectively tame the noise.
Oticon Opn S Rechargeable currently comes in only the premium S1R model.
- Your top priorities are performance, performance, and more hearing performance. Note: these hearing aids perform best in pairs.
- You want an open fitting with open sound quality, and you hope to wear a hat or hug someone without the hearing aids whistling.
- You were about to choose another brand just to have rechargeable batteries, even though it’s Oticon you really want. Problem solved. The “cons” list is now empty.