Acclimatic refers to the automatic amplification adjustment within a defined time period. The acclimatization objective and duration are adjusted individually for the end customer. This is particularly good for helping new users to get used to the hearing systems gradually.
Following the First Fit initial adjustment of the hearing systems, there are 3 options for using Acclimatic:
AudioFix is the cosmetic and practical solution for fitting with AudioFix Tube and open shell ear mold (Audio Shell).
The AudioFix clamp system allows the variable-length tube with the Audio Shell to be individually aligned with the ear and fixed in place (see also Audio Shell).
Thanks to the intelligent, reusable clamping sleeve, the tube can be changed rapidly at any time.
AudioFocus 360 is also able to focus automatically directly to the sides, if the dominant speech comes from the side. This means that, regardless of the position of the speaker, the loudest speaker is focused on directly and background noises from other directions are suppressed.
The previous Speech 360 mode only works omni-directionally when recognizing a speaker on the side.
AudioLink is the high-performance data connection between the left and the right hearing system. AudioLink is the prerequisite for the AudioTronic multi-microphone system.
AudioLink enables genuine audio signals to be transmitted between the hearing systems by evaluating up to 4 microphones. This process creates a detailed variable image of the acoustic environment and emulates the natural hearing process.
The customized open BTE solution for all XS, DUO, and many P hearing systems. The AudioFix clamping system is designed so that the variable-length tube with the Audio Shell can be aligned perfectly on the ear and individually secured in place.
Compared to the Open Tip, the Audio Shell offers an extremely large degree of openness and individual positioning comfort (see also AudioFix).
Comprehension of speech in a noisy situation is particularly acoustically challenging – even for those with normal hearing. A classic example of this is the cocktail party scenario.
The AudioSpot mode is designed specifically for this hearing situation. AudioSpot uses a small frontal focus of up to 45 degrees, which is aligned toward the person speaking and standing in front of the person wearing the hearing system. In addition, the background noise outside this focus is effectively suppressed.
The width of the directional level is selected automatically.
AudioTronic stands for multi-microphone technology with switchable operating modes.
Omni-directional: the microphone picks up sound from all directions.
Panorama: the directional characteristics recreate the natural attributes of the human ear. Deep frequencies are processed
omni-directionally and high frequencies are processed with directional characteristics.
Directional/directional static: the microphone picks up sound from in front.
Adaptive: operating mode in which movable sources of background noise are subdued based on direction.
Automatic: hearing systems automatically switch between omni-directional, panorama and selected directional operating mode, also binaurally synchronously in the case of wireless functionality.
Speech 360: the microphone focuses on the direction from which speech is coming in a 360° range.
AudioFocus 360: automatically focuses on the direction from which speech is coming in a 360° range. Compared to Speech 360, an additional lateral directional effect is created.
AudioSpot: concentrated frontal focus of the directional effect. It significantly reduces the hearing effort in a noisy environment. The hearing angle automatically narrows in noisy situations to around 20 degrees to the right and left of center.
The classifier automatically recognizes up to 6 different hearing situations:
The easy-to-clean ComforClean coating prevents soiling of all kinds – cerumen, sweat and dust – from sticking to the surface and causes soiling to roll more easily off the surface of the hearing system or the ear mold.
This protects the hearing system housing from aggressive dirt particles and the roll-off effect makes cleaning especially easy.
The HF 3 Black and the smaller HF 4 Black wax guards reliably prevent cerumen, dirt, and moisture from entering the hearing system via the receiver opening. This effectively extends the overall service life of the hearing system.
The features of the Audio Service wax guards are impressive:
The HighRes Comformatic analyzes the acoustic environment moe thoroughly than ever before. And goes beyond. The motion sensor adds a completely new dimension to the definition of specific hearing scenarios. The result is: a more individualized hearing experience and better sound quality than ever.
The modern TRC S compression concept works with two variable compression levels. The knee points are intelligently defined by the First Fit. As a result, the adjustment of the amplification curves for low, medium, and loud input levels can be very easily made with the compression ratio (CR) and the amplification (GC). The adjustment for the applicable input level is thus completely independent of the amplification setting for other input levels.
TRC S is particularly suitable for contemporary fitting philosophies (e.g., percentile analysis).
When using the traditional fitting formulas (NAL-NL2, DSL v5) the compression parameters can be manually accessed.
Ideally, the vent of custom hearing systems needs to be big enough to prevent occlusion while the system itself has to be kept small. Good sound quality is also essential. The Pro-Vent is ideal for these requirements. It is available in two versions:
Hearing systems support wireless communication. This is the prerequisite for the following functions: