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North™ brings patients closer to natural hearing and addresses their number-one desire: understanding conversations in a wide range of situations

North is The Way Forward

Unitron, a global innovator of technologically advanced hearing aids, announced the launch of North™, its newest ground-breaking sound processing platform that can distinguish between different types of conversation. North’s SoundNav™ technology automatically identifies and classifies seven distinct sound environments. Four of them are focused specifically on conversation.

Clear Conversation in Every Situation

Conversations don’t just occur in quiet situations nor in simple noise. Background noise varies greatly depending on whether the listener is in small groups, at large events, in the car or on the street. The technologies in the new platform work together in harmony so that users experience the best speech understanding along with natural sound quality, in the widest variety of situations automatically.

New Hearing Instrument Design

Along with the launch of the North platform, Unitron has announced it is introducing a new generation of its popular receiver-in-canal (RIC) Moxi™ hearing instruments. The all-new Moxi Fit™ continues the design principles used to deliver the Moxi design. It has a fluid new look, giving users the perfect combination of style and functionality with a 312 battery, push button and telecoil. Moxi Fit joins Moxi Kiss™ and Moxi Dura™, all available in five technology levels and all built on the North platform.

The new Moxi hearing instruments on the North platform are fully integrated with Unitron’s industry-leading Flex:trial™ program, which allows hearing healthcare professionals send patients home with free trial hearing instruments, and Flex:upgrade™, which facilitates in-clinic technology upgrades as hearing needs change.

Fine-tuning your experience

Unitron have also introduced Log It All™, an industry first data logging feature that captures and displays a user’s experiences with their hearing instruments across seven environments regardless of the technology level of the hearing aid.

This gives us the ability to measure the performance of hearing instruments in everyday use, as well as during trial and upgrade situations. It helps us explain the benefits of different technology levels in a personal way. It also allows us to deliver fine tuning in a more focused way.