Hearing Aid Reviews – Oticon Nera
Oticon is claiming that the Nera goes beyond any advanced hearing solution family they've have ever created. Pretty bold claim right? But it sounds like one Oticon is proud to make.
Nera is built Oticon's Inium processing platform. Like Alta, their premium hearing solution family, Nera's exceptional performance is made possible by its unique ensemble of audiological features.
These include binaural processing made possible by the processing capacity of the Inium chip. By communicating in real time, all the time, two Nera instruments create one integrated solution designed to support the natural way our brain and ears work together. What this means for you you is exceptional sound quality, excellent speech intelligibility and effort-saving spatial awareness in a solution shaped by you to meet your individual hearing and lifestyle needs.
So what else did Oticon improve?
- They improved performance in difficult situations.
They improved personalisation to better meet your hearing needs and sound preferences.
They improved the ability for you to perform all day by reducing your listening effort.
Out of the box, the Nera looks like well, a lot of other Oticon hearing aids. Oticon's personalisation allows you to have a different hearing aid casing look. Maybe you liked the old Epoq look, or the new Alta look, or right in between with the Agil look. And then of course, Nera works with any styl of hearing as well from a BTE to a CIC. Luckily, Oticon packed the Nera with even more technology and are calling the Near their most advanced hearing aid line. Here are some more features the Nera offers:
- True binaural processing
- Directional microphones
- Anti feedback performance
- YouMatic personalisation
- Connectivity with the ConnectLine
We have been very satisfied with the Nera so far and hope it continues to allow our clients to enjoy an exceptional clarity and comfort of sound in a solution shaped to meet their individual hearing and lifestyle needs.
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