A Summary of the Entry-Level Oticon Hit Hearing Aids

Updated November 2, 2016 – Oticon’s Hit hearing aids are a mature, entry-level hearing devices that deliver enhanced sound quality and flexibility not typically found in basic hearing devices. These Oticon hearing aids are available in a variety of styles, including Receiver-In-The-Ear (RITE), Behind-The-Ear (BTE) and BTE Power, Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC), In-The-Canal (ITC), and Half-Shell/Low Profile (HS/LP). Additionally, the Hit comes in 10 different colors, allowing users to choose the Oticon hearing aid that is right for them. With two performance levels to choose from, with the Hit, and the Hit Pro, users can get all the features he or she may need, and none they do not.

Features Of The Oticon Hit Pro Hearing Aid
  • Automatic Decision Making: This technology automatically determines the best hearing settings to apply in a given listening environment, allowing users to move between different listening situations without having to make any manual adjustments to his or her listening device.
  • Adaptive Directionality: This feature can help deliver enhanced hearing in a variety of situations, even noisy sound environments. This feature can help users focus on voices, while it eliminates other unwanted background noise in the user’s environment. This can help make in-noise conversations a much easier task.
  • Dynamic Feedback Cancellation 2: This technology eliminates the annoying whistling that can sometimes occur while on the phone or while making volume adjustments. Without this feedback, users can make much more enjoyable phone calls to his or her friends and family, without the embarrassment of a whistling hearing aid.
  • Noise Management: This noise-cancelling technology can help make spending time in noisy environments more pleasant. With background noise reduced, situations like driving in a car, eating in a crowded restaurant, or being in large crowds, can be more thoroughly enjoyed by the Hit wearer.
  • Automatic Adaptation Manager: This feature allows the user’s Hit hearing aid to gradually and automatically increase its gain over time, increasing its flexibility.
  • AutoPhone: This feature automatically determines when the user is on the phone, and adjusts the hearing aid’s settings accordingly, allowing for the best listening possible.
  • Front Focus: This feature allows users to more easily determine if a sound comes from behind the user, or in front of them. With some hearing devices, this ability can be diminished, or lost completely, but with the Hit hearing aids, sound location is much easier.
  • Wind Noise Protection: This feature can help users enjoy their time spent outdoors more, as it reduces the sound of wind in the user’s ear that can become loud, cumbersome, and exhausting.
  • 4 User Programs: With four programs to choose from, the Hit hearing aids provide users with the ability to choose the hearing aid settings that are best for his or her current sound environment.
  • FM Compatibility: The Hit Pro hearing aids are compatible with Oticon’s FM solutions that can help deliver enhanced hearing to users in a variety of situations. The user’s Hit Pro hearing aids can receive FM signals from the company’s FM transmission products, including the Amigo.
Features Of The Oticon Hit Hearing Aid
  • Adaptive Directionality: This feature can help deliver enhanced hearing in a variety of situations, even noisy sound environments. This feature can help users focus on voices, while it eliminates other unwanted background noise in the user’s environment. This can help make in-noise conversations a much easier task.
  • Dynamic Feedback Cancellation 2: This technology eliminates the annoying whistling that can sometimes occur while on the phone or while making volume adjustments. Without this feedback, users can make much more enjoyable phone calls to his or her friends and family, without the embarrassment of a whistling hearing aid.
  • Noise Management: This noise-cancelling technology can help make spending time in noisy environments more pleasant. With background noise reduced, situations like driving in a car, eating in a crowded restaurant, or being in large crowds, can be more thoroughly enjoyed by the Hit wearer.
  • AutoPhone: This feature automatically determines when the user is on the phone, and adjusts the hearing aid’s settings accordingly, allowing for the best listening possible.
  • Front Focus: This feature allows users to more easily determine if a sound comes from behind the user, or in front of them. With some hearing devices, this ability can be diminished, or lost completely, but with the Hit hearing aids, sound location is much easier.
  • Wind Noise Protection: This feature can help users enjoy their time spent outdoors more, as it reduces the sound of wind in the user’s ear that can become loud, cumbersome, and exhausting.

 

Available styles of the Hit hearing aids:

Available colors of the Hit hearing aids:

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