The Neuro cochlear implant system comes with a wide range of practical accessories for everyday performance, comfort and care.
For more information about the accessories below, please contact your local Oticon Medical representative.
If you wear an Oticon Medical sound processor, you can wirelessly connect to different external hearing aid accessories and the most advanced FM systems on the market, like the Amigo from Oticon.
The sound processors also feature a built-in telecoil that lets you wirelessly access a wide range of induction-enabled systems.
The contralateral microphone system is needed for stereo hearing for binaural implants. It consists of a small microphone and a cable for connection to the sound processor.
Silhouette is a discreet hands-free solution that provides clear inductive transmission from a mobile phone or MP3 player. It is placed behind the ear next to the sound processor and connects directly to your mobile phone or MP3 player. It is available with either a single ear hook or with two ear hooks for bilateral implantation.
Translucent and discreet, the Easy Snap ear hook is made of an extra-soft material that is comfortable to wear while keeping the sound processor securely in place. The hook system can be clicked on or off quickly and effortlessly, and it’s available in different lengths to fit all ear shapes.
The clip-on cover protects the sound processor from perspiration and humidity. Made of nylon and spandex, it slips easily onto the sound processor and provides additional support when playing sports or spending time outside. Available in different discreet colours, the clip-on cover blends in with your hair or skin tone.
To protect the contralateral microphone from perspiration and humidity, a cover made of nylon and spandex can be easily slipped onto the microphone. The contralateral microphone cover is available in different discreet colours.
The holding buckle is made entirely of silicone. It provides optimal support and comfort when practising sports, being active or simply for everyday use. It is often used by children.
The protective case is a compact, elegant box made for storing the sound processor. For extra protection, the case can be used with the carrier.
This carrier can transport all the parts required by your sound processor (batteries, accessories, etc.).
In less than three hours, this exclusive product removes condensation from your sound processor caused by perspiration, humidity or temperature changes. Designed for ease of use with an automatic stop at the end of each drying cycle, it can hold two hearing devices. Batteries should be removed when using Perfect Dry.
The microphone earphones allow a hearing person to listen to the audio signals sent to the sound processor. They can be used to detect any microphone problems, such as clogged microphone input or a defective microphone, and they are particularly suitable for parents wishing to check their child’s microphones.
If your sound processor does not have an integrated diagnostic function, this diagnostic tool tests whether the accessories, such as the antenna or cable, are functioning correctly. When the sound processor sends information, a light comes on.
The screwdriver is used to activate or deactivate the locking system for the battery compartment on the Neuro One sound processor. This feature is not a substitute for adult supervision.
Oticon Medical sound processors work with zinc-air batteries. The recommended size is P675 (internationally designated as PR44).
The antenna sends information to the implant receiver placed under the skin. Lightweight and discreet, the antenna is available in all standard colours.
The magnet ensures the antenna is held in place on the skin above the implant. It is available in several strengths and in different colours.
The antenna cable ensures the connection between the antenna and the sound processor. It is available in different sizes and colours.
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Only your doctor and audiologist can determine whether you are a good candidate for a cochlear implant or a bone anchored hearing system.
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