Unitron Insera ITE family brings patients closer to the heart of the conversations they don’t want to miss. Insera provides the best directional performance in custom products so speech is easier to understand and everything naturally sounds just the way it should.
When it comes to conversations, speech understanding is just the beginning. Communication is more complex than just what is said. In order to have truly rich interactions, you need more than sounds and words.
Unitron is moving beyond the words to help people capture the deeper meaning in conversations. Our unique sound technology helps people understand who is talking, where the voices are coming from, and even the intonation they’re using, giving them more insight to the meaning behind the words.
Plus, Unitron new sound features help you hear better in noisy environments and make even the softest-spoken people easier to understand.
SoundCore™ delivers more than just sounds and words. It delivers key nuances of speech and environmental cues to provide a realistic hearing experience. The powerful, integrated SoundCore system enables your clients to understand the deeper meaning in conversations and makes Discover Next one of the world’s most intelligent platforms.
Provide clear speech, reduced noise, and overall sound quality that’s comfortably balanced in any environment with Sound Conductor. And make the subtle nuances of speech more pronounced so everyone – even soft-spoken people – are easier to understand with our new
soft speech lift feature.
Address your clients’ number one need to hear better in noisy environments with SpeechPro.3 It uses binaural cues to know where speech is coming from and enhances it beyond what a typical hearing instrument can do. A new fourth dimension of SpeechPro, Spectral Speech, was designed to help clients better understand words and emotions in complex listening situations.
Clients enjoy a realistic sound experience because sounds can be acoustically separated and perceived in their accurate locations. This is thanks to Spatial Awareness, which brings back natural localization cues with an innovative 4 microphone strategy.
2Dr. David A. Eddins, WCA October 2018 Cape Town, South Africa
3Ozmeral, Frol J., Hoover, Eric C., Gabbidon, Patricia, Eddins, David A. (2020). Development of the Continuous Number Identification Test (CNIT): Feasibility of Dynamic Assessment of Speech Intelligibility. Int J Audiol., 1 – 9 https://doi.org/10.1080/14992027.2020,1718782