The World’s Smallest RIC Hearing Aid
How small is small? Moxi Now is the size of two blueberries stacked one on top of the other – making it the world’s smallest receiver-in-canal (RIC) aid. Receiver-in-canal hearing aids are already, by design, quite small and discreet.
Moxi Now packs a lot of power even in this small package. Built with Unitron’s North Processing Platform, Moxi Now provides wearers with access to clear sound, a natural listening experience, a long battery life, and excellent speech recognition.
Unitron’s North Platform
North is the processing platform that powers Moxi Now, among other new Moxi aids. North is designed to adapt flexibly in different environments, with specific classifications of sound in the SoundNav feature. North offers special channels to different kinds of speech noise: from conversation in quiet to conversation in a small group to conversations in crowds and noise. North offers wearers a full picture of sound without distortion, with a 101-decibal dynamic range. Features such as Speech Zone 2 and Sound Conductor enhance the listening experience in a number of different environments. While traditional platforms focus solely on speech sounds, North takes sound innovation a step further, with My Music. For music lovers, My Music captures the diverse frequencies of music, providing a rich listening experience. North’s tightly integrated algorithms and dual-core processing make it a front-runner in the industry.
Style & Features
Moxi Now is an RIC hearing aid, which means it is worn over your ear, with a small, custom-molded receiver that rests inside your ear canal, feeding you clear, high-definition sound. Moxi Now is available in three technology levels – Pro, 800, and 700. In all technology levels, Moxi Now offers natural sound balance, data logging, feedback elimination, wind control, and wireless connectivity to phones and other devices.
Speech Zone 2 and Binaural Spatial Processing
Built on the North Platform, Moxi Now offers features such as Speech Zone 2 and Binaural Spatial Processing. With hearing loss, people tend to struggle with speech intelligibility and to locate the source and direction of sound. Speech Zone 2 automatically adjusts Moxi’s microphones to focus on the speech you want to hear.
Binaural Spatial Processing activates Moxi’s microphones to work together, sharing audio data, to help you determine the direction of speech. This also helps to directionality for wearers.
For a clearer overall listening experience, North’s SoundNav feature identifies, analyzes, and balances different sounds from the wearer’s environment and assists with directionality and transition between locations and conversations. Sound Conductor also assists in balancing sound and provides a natural listening experience.
Moxi Now is equipped with features to suppress and track background noise, and compress frequencies to provide an accessible and comfortable listening experience. For some degrees of hearing loss, frequencies in the higher range could cause difficulties. Additionally, Moxi Now’s AntiShock feature anticipates and softens loud, sudden, sharp sounds (such as a door slamming) for an even more comfortable experience.
Log It All | TrueFit Software and Flex Trial
Everyone hears differently, which is why the hearing aid fitting process is a very important step in hearing health. Unitron takes this process very seriously and offers software that focuses on the intricate details of customized hearing aid fitting. TrueFit Software is a collaboration between Unitron and hearing healthcare professionals to streamline the customization and fitting process for Unitron aids. TrueFit logs wearer preferences over a period of time, which allows hearing professionals to fine-tune your hearing aids to your specific needs. Log It All archives your preferences as you move through different environments, and provides an added layer of data useful to your hearing instrument specialist.
Flex Trial allows wearers to “test drive” Unitron aids with Log It All, which gives wearers the opportunity to find the best fit while also providing hearing professionals the data to provide the most personal customized listening experience.
Unitron: Company Overview
Unitron is a Canadian hearing aid manufacturer founded in 1964 in the Kitchener-Waterloo region, also known as “Canada’s Silicon Valley.” Unitron is committed to making life better through innovation. Along with the National Centre for Audiology at Western University, Unitron tests hearing instruments on real people and receive feedback from audiologists and product experts. Unitron shapes their hearing instruments based on feedback and comments from these tests before they are released to the market. As a global leader, Unitron supports community efforts such as the Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss and Hear the World Foundation.
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