Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon Hearing Aids

Acousticon devices were the first hearing aids produced by Oticon in 1904.

In partnership with Charles Lehman, American-Danish Oticon Corporation became the leading provider of hearing aids after World War II, enjoying a global presence by 1965.

Their first ultra-discreet in-the-ear (ITE) hearing device was introduced in 1977 and their first digital device in 1996. The first hearing instruments with improved sound sensitivity as well as streaming and connectivity features went public in 2007.

Oticon hearing device logo

Request a Callback

Hearing Technology Solutions from Oticon

Oticon’s Brain Hearing philosophy has guided their 21st century innovations, which includes designs and technology that support how the brain processes sound and providing it with the elements necessary to create meaning from sound rather than simple amplification of sound.

Developed in 2016, Oticon’s Opn solution made it possible for device wearers to distinguish between multiple speakers within a noisy environment, while also establishing the capacity for internet connectivity (ConnectClip) using the IFTTT (If This Then That) Network.

In addition to building devices with higher quality of sound and enhanced instrument performance, investments into micro-digital technology have made it possible for the manufacturer to produce increasingly smaller devices without sacrificing performance capacity.

With the streaming capabilities of their devices, Oticon was able to integrate Tinnitus SoundSupport which transmits white noise and other tinnitus masking sounds for auditory relief. Additionally, Oticon’s Genie fitting and counseling tool makes it easier for your hearing care provider to fit your device and provide the necessary, ongoing counseling and support you require without scheduling an in-office appointment.

Hearing aid model by Oticon at Sound Audiology & Hearing Aids

Patient-Focused Hearing Care from Sound Audiology & Hearing Aids

Brand name hearing aids, like those from Oticon, are just one of several advanced technology solutions our audiologists at Sound Audiology & Hearing Aids use to address your specific hearing care needs. However, no device, regardless of how technologically advanced, can ever replace you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

Personalized hearing care begins with a highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessment that identifies your unique hearing challenges. Once we’ve established your needs, our hearing instrument specialists guide you through the process of selecting the hearing aid that addresses your specific type and severity of hearing loss, but also take your personal and budget preferences into account.

Along with fitting you with some of the world’s most advanced hearing aid technology from manufacturers, like Oticon, Phonak, ReSound, and more, our hearing care experts provide ongoing technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair to enhance better hearing and improve your quality of life.

If you, or a loved one, is struggling with hearing challenges or needs some technical assistance from one of our hearing aid technicians, contact our hearing care clinic in Prosser, Richland, or Walla Walla, WA using the adjacent form.

Request a

It’s often the small things that hold us back from making a decision, whether it’s a question or a concern.

That’s why we have a team of experts on hand to help.

Simply complete this form and when one of our hearing experts has a moment between appointments, they’ll call you for a friendly no-obligation conversation to answer your questions and discuss any concerns that you may have.


Patient Resources

Thinking about an Online Hearing Aid? Here’s What You Should Know

Thinking about an Online Hearing Aid? Here’s What You Should Know

It’s no surprise that the low prices advertised online can be very appealing, but the cost of hearing aids is not the only thing to look at when you are...
Just like getting your eyesight tested, you need to get your hearing tested to get the correct diagnosis and treatment plan

Prescription or Non-Prescription Hearing Aids? – The Difference

You may not have heard of the term “prescription hearing aids” before, but it is now becoming a standard term because of President Biden’s executive order last year, which allowed...
How Do I Protect My Hearing Aids During Sporting Activities?

How Do I Protect My Hearing Aids During Sporting Activities?

One of the biggest misconceptions is that having a hearing aid could hold you back from playing sports or living an active life.  Back in 1983, Jim Kyte showed the…...