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Introducing Oticon More™ The new perspective in hearing care

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Less is more has been the industry’s way to treat hearing loss

A one-sided focus on delivering speech understanding has hindered people from experiencing the full perspective of sounds. But this is not the optimal way to treat a hearing loss.

More is more for the brain. It needs the full perspective

The brain’s role is to handle sound complexity, to hear, and to create meaning. Delivering less sound is simply not enough. It needs access to all sounds.

New Oticon More

Introducing the world’s first hearing aid that gives the brain the full perspective

For the first time ever, people with a hearing loss can have access to all relevant sounds. Oticon More processes and balances the full sound scene to give the brain optimised input from all types of meaningful sounds – not just speech.1

The new perspective in hearing care

BrainHearing

The technology of Oticon More

Oticon More benefits

Research shows that a complete neural code is the foundation for the brain to work naturally

New independent research2 shows that the hearing centre in the brain consists of two subsystems that work together on the neural code. They analyse the code and turn it into meaningful sounds which the brain can make sense of. The better the input from the full sound scene, the better the neural code and the better the brain performs.


A) Full sound scene
B) Complete neural code

A) Full sound scene

B) Complete neural code

  1. The orient subsystem scans the surroundings to detect sound input, creates an overview of the sound objects in the sound scene and then decides what is going on.
  2. The focus subsystem forms meaningful sounds that we can listen to or switch attention to. Sound then becomes clear and easy to recognise.

Old perspective

Conventional technology based on noise reduction, directionality, feedback management and traditional compression suppressed the sound scene, cutting people off from their surroundings.

To create a complete neural code we need the full perspective

New perspective

New Oticon More provides access to the full sound scene and helps people with hearing loss by supporting the brain in the way it naturally processes sounds. This ensures a good neural code.

Giving the brain the conditions it needs to work optimally

Discover more about our BrainHearing™ philosophy

We know we don’t hear with our ears, we hear with our brain. Our BrainHearing approach is unique to Oticon and forms the foundation for all our hearing aids.

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A full and precisely balanced sound scene gives the brain the conditions it needs to work optimally

Our approach is fundamentally different

We recorded sound scenes from the real world

We broke out of the lab and went out into the real world with a 360° spherical microphone to collect sounds from real-life situations. This serves as the foundation for how Oticon More is able to process the full sound scene with unparalleled precision and clarity.

Oticon More is trained with 12 million real-life sound scenes

A Deep Neural Network (DNN) trained with 12 million real-life sound scenes enables virtually all sounds in the world to be handled precisely and automatically.3

New MoreSound Intelligence™

Access to the full sound scene with clear contrast and balance

MoreSound Intelligence scans the full sound scene 500 times per second. Once that is analysed, it precisely organises the sounds around the user, and then utilises the DNN’s vast training from real life to process and create contrast between the identified sounds.4

New MoreSound Amplifier™

Precisely balanced amplification of every sound

Compared to our previous amplification technology, the new MoreSound Amplifier provides a sixfold increase in resolution and an adaptive speed pilot make the full sound scene audible while maintaining the fine contrast and balance between sounds.5 This gives the brain access to the information it needs to make sense of sound.

The Polaris™ platform

The full perspective demands our most intelligent platform – ever

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NEW evidence proves:

Oticon more 1 outperforms top competitors!

Amazing results from tests using real-life complex sound scenes show that Oticon More hearing aids give the brain better access to speech.

At the same time, Oticon More hearing aids give the brain faster access to more of the meaningful surrounding sounds, in higher fidelity.

Oticon More delivers more sound to the brain that’s much clearer

Not only does Oticon More deliver 30% more sound to the brain than Oticon Opn S™.

Oticon More also increases speech understanding by 15% while reducing listening effort.7

It’s the first time sound processing powered by a DNN is proven to outperform a traditional noise reduction system.

Oticon More at a glance

Connectivity

Supports direct streaming from compatible iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® and Android™ devices

Colours

Eight attractive colours to choose from

Rechargeability

Rechargeable lithium-ion based style charges in just three hours

  • Become an Oticon professional

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  • Download the Oticon More brochure

    Get the full details about Oticon More and what it can do for your clients

  • Learn more about BrainHearing

    Find out more about Oticon’s unique approach to hearing care

1. Santurette, S. & Behrens, T. 2020. The audiology of Oticon More. Oticon Whitepaper.

2. O’Sullivan, J., Herrero, J., Smith, E., Schevon, C., McKhann, G. M., Sheth, S. A., ... & Mesgarani, N. 2019. Hierarchical Encoding of Attended Auditory Objects in Multi-talker Speech Perception. Neuron, 104(6), 1195-1209. Hausfeld, L., Riecke, L., Valente, G., & Formisano, E. 2018. Cortical tracking of multiple streams outside the focus of attention in naturalistic auditory scenes. NeuroImage, 181, 617-626. Puvvada, K. C., & Simon, J. Z. 2017. Cortical representations of speech in a multitalker auditory scene. Journal of Neuroscience, 37(38), 9189-9196. See also Man, B. & Ng, E. 2020. BrainHearing – The new perspective. Oticon Whitepaper..

3. Brændgaard, M. 2020a. MoreSound Intelligence. Oticon tech paper.

4. Brændgaard. 2020a.

5. Brændgaard, M. 2020b. The Polaris Platform.

6. Santurette, S., Ng, E. H. N., Juul Jensen, J., & Man K. L., B. (2020). Oticon More clinical evidence. Oticon Whitepaper.