Oticon Syncro: Advanced Hearing Aids with Artificial Intelligence

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The Syncro hearing aids from Oticon were the first hearing devices made by the company to ever use Artificial Intelligence technology. With this technology, the hearing aids can provide users with automatic adaptations to his or her sound environment, allowing users to move between listening environments without having to make manual adjustments to the devices. Available in a wide variety of styles, the Syncro hearing aids are suitable for any hearing loss, from mild to severe-to-profound. The Syncro hearing aids are available in Completely-In-The-Canal (CIC), In-The-Ear Half Shell (ITE HS), ITE Full Shell (FS), and Behind-The-Ear (BTE).

Features of the Syncro hearing aids:

  • Enhanced speech understanding in challenging, noisy listening situations.
  • Fully automatic performance as the hearing aids continually make adjustments to their hearing settings to provide the best sound quality possible.
  • Good venting to help provide users with a more natural feel, while also helping to maintain a natural-sounding voice when heard by the user.
  • Environgrams: These provide users with the best hearing quality possible in a variety of listening situations. These Environgrams include Speech-In-Noise, Noise Only, Quiet, and Speech Only. The Syncro hearing devices automatically remember the user’s listening preference in a variety of situations for the future, and automatically choose this preference the next time the user is in the given listening environment.


Available styles of the Sycnro hearing aid:

Left to Right: BTE, CIC, ITE HS, ITE FS

Posted by Sean - Hearing Aid Guru | Oticon

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  1. Muhammad Sadiq
    23 Jan 2013, 7:28 am

    i want to buy hearing aid for my son 13 year old with moderate hearing loss what about using Sprint3

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    14 Aug 2015, 8:48 pm

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