Features Intuis 2 custom
Intuis 2 custom 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.
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|
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.
An on board user control that can be programmed as a volume control, program changer or on/off function.
Instrument specific adapter that connects to the standard CS44 programming cable commonly used to configure instruments.