Oticon Opn
Wireless hearing aid accessories

Connecting people’s hearing aids to their lives

Wireless connections to many devices

People with Oticon Bluetooth® hearing aids can connect wirelessly to a wide range of media devices:

  • ConnectClip – Transforms their hearing aids into a wireless headset and it also works as a remote microphone

  • TV Adapter – Streams TV sound directly to hearing aids without affecting the TV volume level

  • Remote Control – Helps people discreetly control their hearing aids

  • Smartphones – Enable music & audio streaming* and use of Oticon Companion for hearing aid control

  • Phone Adapter – Connects hearing aids to a landline phone, together with ConnectClip

  • EduMic – Helps people overcome distance and noise: a remote microphone, a telecoil receiver, a media streamer, and a classroom solution – all in one sleek device

* Only Android devices that support Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA) used in combination with ASHA-compatible hearing aids allow for direct streaming. For people with Android devices that don’t support ASHA, and for people with other hearing aids, ConnectClip is needed to stream sound from a smartphone to the hearing aids.

Hands-free communication

Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids ensure the latest in direct streaming capabilities via Bluetooth® Low Energy technology, including hands-free calls via iPhone® and iPad® without the need for an intermediary device.

See the hearing aid compatibility guide

Streaming audio from smartphones to hearing aids

All Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids are Made For iPhone® hearing aids. This means they can be used as high-quality, stereo headphones to stream music, video sound, podcasts, audiobooks etc. directly to the hearing aids from iPhone, iPad®, and iPod touch®. From iPhone and iPad, people can also stream phone calls to their hearing aids.

If your clients have a compatible iPhone or iPad and compatible hearing aids, they can enjoy direct hands-free communication during phone calls – without using ConnectClip. If not, adding ConnectClip helps to capture the user’s voice and enables them to speak hands-free.

See the hearing aid compatibility guide

Clients with Android devices supporting Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA) with ASHA-compatible hearing aids can also stream audio directly from their phone to their hearing aids, including phone calls. 

For clients with Android devices that don’t support ASHA or who use other hearing aids, ConnectClip is needed to stream sound from the smartphone to the hearing aids.

See the hearing aid compatibility guide

Hands-free phone calls and wireless audio

Oticon hearing aids can become a wireless headset for any modern smartphones, tablets and computers, using ConnectClip.

ConnectClip streams phone conversations directly into the hearing aids, from practically any mobile phone. It can also connect wirelessly to a laptop or tablet computer for video calls on Skype and other softphones — or for simply playing music and audio. 

Read more about the ConnectClip

Our hearing aid app – Oticon Companion

Oticon Companion gives your clients the support they need to easily control and personalise their hearing aids, find their hearing aids if lost, manage their connected devices, and receive remote counselling from you.

SpeechBooster can be used to reduce background noise and enhance speech when in conversation and the streaming equalizer is applied to create a personalised listening experience.*

The app can also be used to handle wireless accessories paired with their hearing aids; control multiple TV Adapters or devices, such as Oticon EduMic or ConnectClip, which can be used both for streaming and as a remote microphone.

The Oticon Companion App is compatible with all Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids.

*The streaming equalizer is available for all Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids except Oticon Opn and Oticon Siya

Download Oticon Companion:

Download Oticon Companion in iTunes Download Oticon Companion in Google Play

Why not try the demo version?

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The availability of some features depends on your mobile device and hearing aid model.

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Find information about compatibility in relation to Oticon hearing aids

Compatibility overview