Features Intuis 2 BTE
Intuis 2 BTE offers many advanced features. The table below provides an overview of the features according to model.
|Hearing loss degree|
|moderate to severe|
|Matrix (2 ccm)|
Indicates the gain and output a hearing instrument can reach.
Ensures state of the art technology within the hearing instrument.
|Frequency channels / Compression controls|
Frequency channels indicate the precision of signal processing in a hearing instrument. Compression controls indicate the degree of fine-tuning possibilities/options for hearing instruments.
The number of channels indicate the precision of signal processing in a hearing instrument. Features such as speech and noise reduction become more effective with an increase in channels.
|Gain / Compression / MPO handles|
Number of controls indicate the degree of fine-tuning possibilities for hearing instruments.
Allows you to designate specific settings for different listening environments, like in a restaurant or outdoors.
Indicates how much electrical energy is used by a device.
A microphone or microphone system that is more sensitive to sounds coming from one direction than from another direction. It is typically used for wearers to hear more sounds coming from the front than the back in speech-in-noise situations. The most advanced directional microphone systems are also multi-channel and adaptive to moving noise sources.
Feedback cancellation combines parallel processing of two phase cancellers, as well as continuous critical gain measurements in the background to offer better feedback suppression than ever before.
|Speech and noise management|
Noise reduction scheme comprised of a slow, modulation-based algorithm called noise reduction, which works optimally in noise-only situations, and a fast-acting Wiener Filter called speech enhancement that works well in speech-in-noise situations. Together, these two multi-channel and adaptive algorithms provide optimal listening comfort for the wearer in a variety of listening situations. In hearing instruments powered by micon, the effectiveness of speech and noise management is improved because of the superior frequency resolution offered by 48 channels.
|Fitting / Individuality|
Records data like program usage and microphone modes to be displayed in Connexx™. This information helps Hearing Care Professionals to make more informed decisions when making fine tuning adjustments.
|Style specific features|
|Ingress Protection rating|
The Ingress Protection or IP rating provides an indication as to the devices resistance to Dust and Moisture. An IP rating gives reassurance that the device will perform reliably.
This refers to the battery type a hearing instrument requires. Typical hearing instruments use 10A, 312, 13 or 675 size batteries depending on the hearing instrument.
|Battery door on/off function|
A built-on battery door on/off function allows hearing instrument users to turn on / off the hearing instrument by slightly opening the battery door while keeping the battery in place.
The device is given a special coating to provide resitance to moisture to improve reliability. This coating is one of several features that allows the device to attain an IP certification.
An on board user control that can be programmed as a volume control, program changer or on/off function.
|Color conversion kit|
Includes all parts to easily exchange housing color of the hearing instrument.
A hearing instrument can be connected to the ear with an earhook and earmold. An earhook and earmold solution is less discreet than a LifeTube and LifeTip solution, but allows for more amplification.
A smaller earhook commonly used for pediatric fittings or for smaller ears.
Instrument specific adapter that connects to the standard CS44 programming cable commonly used to configure instruments.