TV and music

Turn your hearing aids into wireless stereo headphones so you can enjoy your favourite programs at the volume you choose. The TV Adapter connects to almost any audio device using the cables provided. Stereo sound from the TV streams directly to your hearing aids from a range of up to 15 metres.

Hands-free phone calls and wireless audio

Oticon Opn hearing aids can become a wireless headset for phones, tablets and computers, using ConnectClip.

ConnectClip streams your phone conversations directly to your hearing aids, so you can talk hands-free, wherever you are. It works with practically any mobile phone. You can also connect wirelessly to your laptop or tablet for video calls on Skype — or for simply playing music and audio in your hearing aids.

For landlines, ConnectClip uses a phone adapter. When your phone rings, you simply press the ConnectClip. You don’t even have to get up to answer.

ConnectClip will be available in the second half of 2017.

Remote Control

Roughly the size of a modern car key, this small device gives you discreet and easy control over your Oticon hearing aids. Adjust volume, switch between programs or simply turn off your hearing aids.

A world of possibilities

Oticon Opn is the world’s first hearing aid that connects to the Internet via the If This Then That network (IFTTT.COM).

Want the lights to turn on automatically when you switch on your hearing aids? Want to be notified in your hearing aids when someone’s at the door?

Use the Oticon ON App to interact to a wide range of Internet-connected “smart” devices and services as part of the ITFF.com network.

Oticon ON App

The Oticon ON App lets you adjust volume, switch programs and check battery level. The app also offers a convenient “find my hearing aid” search feature and links to user instructions.

Download the Oticon ON App.