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Thread: Oticon Opn is now available in three performance levels

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    Default Oticon Opn is now available in three performance levels

    BrainHearing support is delivered by a unique combination of technologies working together to reduce listening effort and provide the brain with better conditions to perform in. All three members of the Opn family provide the unique open sound experience, with access to multiple speakers. However, they differ in the amount of support they give the brain in terms of rapid noise reduction, localisation of sounds, speech clarity, and the personalisation of the listening experience i.e. they differ in the level of BrainHearing support they deliver.

    http://www.oticon.global/professionals/opn/oticon-opn/
    Oticon Chili SP9 x 2
    Oticon Streamer Pro 1.3 App
    Oticon TV adapter2
    Oticon ConnectLine Microphone
    Oticon Genie with NOAHlink

    125---70---65
    250---70---70
    500---85---85
    1000-100--100
    2000-115--115
    3000-115

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    And...

    An expanded Opn range now covers hearing loss from mild to severe-to-profound.


    Power users gain significant support from the BrainHearing™ benefits of Oticon Opn, especially in complex and noisy environments. Use Opn with proven miniFit 100 and 105 power receivers to match a broader range of hearing losses.
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    Oticon Chili SP9 x 2
    Oticon Streamer Pro 1.3 App
    Oticon TV adapter2
    Oticon ConnectLine Microphone
    Oticon Genie with NOAHlink

    125---70---65
    250---70---70
    500---85---85
    1000-100--100
    2000-115--115
    3000-115

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    Quote Originally Posted by russiandeaf View Post
    And...

    An expanded Opn range now covers hearing loss from mild to severe-to-profound.


    Power users gain significant support from the BrainHearing™ benefits of Oticon Opn, especially in complex and noisy environments. Use Opn with proven miniFit 100 and 105 power receivers to match a broader range of hearing losses.

    An expanded Opn range now covers hearing loss from mild to severe-to-profound.
    Power users gain significant support from the BrainHearing™ benefits of Oticon Opn, especially in complex and noisy environments. Use Opn with proven miniFit 100 and 105 power receivers to match a broader range of hearing losses.
    That just landed here too - the bigger receiver is key.

    Let's hope they fixed the firmware glitches too.
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    A size 13 version for those power receivers would have been nice, I myself would prefer a size 13 for the 85 receiver as well....
    Left/Right//kHz // Oticon OPN1 105dB C-Shell with support

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    60/70// 0.5
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    60/70//2
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    Can't seem to find any info the "3 levels of performance in Oticon OPN.

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    Db/Hz 250 500 750 1k 2k 3k 4k 6k 8k
    Left 10 15 25 30 65 60 60 55 50
    Right 10 20 45 55 65 70 65 60 50

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    Quote Originally Posted by InVision View Post
    Can't seem to find any info the "3 levels of performance in Oticon OPN.

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    They've taken the page down - it did contain 3 performance levels with associated features. This was the link that russiandeaf posted above, and was available in the last 2 days, but it had a further link to datasheets which did not check out. My guess is that they are doing a press release and doing further work on the website, which hopefully should be available soon, as it's an interesting development. Wonder if custom instruments will get the update as well.

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    Did anyone capture the page by any chance?

    Thanks,

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    Db/Hz 250 500 750 1k 2k 3k 4k 6k 8k
    Left 10 15 25 30 65 60 60 55 50
    Right 10 20 45 55 65 70 65 60 50

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    Are these the three levels -- Alta 2, Nera 2, and Ria 2?

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    250 500 1K 1.5K 2K 3K 4K 6K 8K Costco KS7
    R 25 50 60 60 60 50 50 50 65 SRT: 55dB WRS: 84% @85dB
    L 30 60 60 60 60 55 60 60 70 SRT: 60dB WRS: 88% @90dB

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    Quote Originally Posted by corona View Post
    Are these the three levels -- Alta 2, Nera 2, and Ria 2?

    http://www.oticon.global/solutions/
    No. That wasn't it. Localisation was one I think, speech clarity was another.

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    There was Opn 1, 2, and 3, with 1 being the most advanced (and the one currently on sale). There was a table indicating which features were present/absent, but I can't recall the details.
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    Hz 250 - 500 - 750 - 1k - 1.5k -- 2k -- 3k -- 4k -- 6k -- 8k
    R: 20 -- 25 -- 35 -- 35 -- 45 --- 50 -- 55 -- 60 -- 55 -- 70
    L: 15 -- 25 -- 35 -- 40 -- 45 --- 60 -- 50 -- 60 -- 55 -- 65
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