New Oticon Nera Takes the Hard Work Out of Hearing Better with Advanced Technology and Modern Design, Personalized to You
SOMERSET, NJ September 17 - Oticon Nera is Oticon’s most advanced mid-level hearing device ever. Nera blends seamlessly with the natural way the brain and ears work together so users can differentiate sounds better and hear more, even as they move from one difficult hearing environment to another. And because Nera works smarter, users don’t have to work as hard at hearing so they can maintain their active lifestyles throughout the day.
“Users hear more because hearing care professionals can adapt Nera to their clients’ personal listening needs and the way they like to hear,” says Oticon President Peer Lauritsen. “With Nera, users enjoy all around excellent sound quality and speech understanding with less listening effort so they can interact naturally and comfortably throughout the day.”
Every Nera hearing device features a combination of advanced technologies never before available in the mid-level category. Integrated directional microphones give users the freedom to focus on the sounds most important to them. Unique whistling and feedback prevention functions help to prevent tiring interruptions.
With addition of the Oticon ConnectLine system, Nera connects wirelessly to cell phones, becoming a virtual hands-free headset. ConnectLine also allows audio from televisions and landline phones to be streamed directly to the hearing instruments.
Nera is available in a variety of designs, colors and custom styles that suit individual lifestyle and hearing abilities. Every Nera is lightweight and discreet with an intelligent design that ensures exceptional reliability.
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