Keep your focus on what counts and immerse yourself in learning with Oticon hearing aids.

Transmit your teacher’s voice and stream sound from numerous media devices to help improve focus and reduce unwanted environmental noise in class.

Find out how to improve the way you hear in class with your Oticon hearing aids.

First, select which statement applies to you.

Need help finding out? Check the Instructions for Use that came with your hearing aids, contact your hearing care professional or read our tips for finding out if you have Bluetooth hearing aids

Hearing aids with Bluetooth

*Oticon EduMic is an additional accessory available for purchase and is not part of the hearing aid package.

As well as transmitting your teacher’s voice straight to your ears, EduMic can connect to existing FM classroom systems and stream sound to your hearing aids directly from a smartboard, PC or tablet.

Find out more about Oticon EduMic here.

Find out what you need to know here


Connect with your teachers during classes

If you’re a student that depends on hearing aids to hear clearly in lesson or lectures, then using an FM receiver, compatible remote microphone and the Streamer Pro can provide a convenient connection with your teacher or professor. You will first need to be issued a Oticon Streamer Pro by your hearing care professional, who will pair it to your hearing aids.

*Oticon Streamer Pro and Universal FM receivers are additional accessories available for purchase and are not part of the hearing aid package.

Benefit  to you:

Hear your teacher’s voice directly in your ears through your hearing aids, even at a distance.

Benefit to your teacher:

By wearing an FM transmitter and a microphone, your teacher will have the security of knowing you can hear them without having to raise their voice.

Streamer Pro has a built-in Euro pin socket and can be connected to an FM receiver and stream audio to both hearing aids.

Find out more about Streamer Pro here.

Streamer Pro connects with most universal FM receivers. To find out more about this connection option please speak with your hearing care provider