Oticon HIT: Great Looks and Unmatched Features at Entry Level Prices
June 12, 2009 - Oticon Hit is a new hearing solution that offers superior sound quality, a wide range of features and attractive styles at a price point designed to appeal to budget-conscious consumers. The Hit family's two product lines, Hit and Hit Pro, round off Oticon's portfolio of modern, discreet and great sounding hearing solutions based on the company's industry-leading RISE platform. With a selection of features normally found in far more expensive hearing devices, Hit and Hit Pro are solid choices for new and experienced users looking for high quality entry-level hearing solutions.
The new lines enable hearing care professionals to meet almost any user's expectations for a modern hearing solution that looks great and delivers segment-leading sound quality - at an unparalleled value for money.
Hit and Hit Pro Hit are straightforward hearing solutions based on proven features and fitting software that outperforms all other entry-level hearing solutions on the market. The reliable and affordable hearing solutions are available in a variety of model choices needed to fit mild to severe-to-profound hearing losses up to 105 dB HL. The sophisticated RISE platform gives Hit and Hit Pro the highest bandwidth (8kHz) of any entry-level hearing device, for unmatched sound quality as well as such highly desired features as outcome based automatic decision making, adaptive directionality, noise management and dynamic feedback cancellation.
Both Hit and Hit Pro offer the largest selection of styles of any entry level hearing instrument - from tiny RITE and CIC to Power BTE hearing aids with size 312 and 13 battery options. Open fittings are available as RITE style or as Corda 2 thintube adaptors. Available in ten vibrant colors for BTE and RITE, Hit is available beginning April 1. For more information about the new Hit family of hearing solutions visit www.oticonusa.com.
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