William Demant is the parent company of Oticon, known for hearing aids, and more recently, bone-anchored hearing aids.
A sensor in the processor or hearing aid replaces some or all of the typical controls, such as power switch, volume, and program selection. By sensing motion, finger taps, or presses on the device, the power can turn on and off automatically, and the user can make adjustments without using any switches or knobs.
By eliminating the usual mechanical controls, the device can be made smaller, more reliable, and more waterproof.
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