The Oticon Intiga isn’t just another hearing instrument
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 08, 2011
San Francisco hearing loss company, Audiological Services of San Francisco provides a wide range of listening devices for the hearing impaired. Since 1959, they have served the San Francisco Bay Area with their hearing enhancement needs. Audiological Services of San Francisco offers a wide range of services including Audiological Evaluations, which takes place in a controlled sound-proof environment, and Hearing in Noise Tests (HINT), which measure people's ability to hear in a more natural environment.
Audiological Services of San Francisco can provide a full hearing test to determine a client's individual hearing needs. They carry most major brands for hearing aids including Widex, Phonak, Starkey, Unitron, Insound (Lyric), GNResound, and Oticon. Their team has expertise in matching clients with an appropriate hearing aid according to their hearing loss, lifestyle, dexterity, and financial situation. And with that, they are proud to announce that they are featuring a new product, the Oticon Intiga.
"The Oticon Intiga isn’t just another hearing instrument," said Dr. Alice Leung of Audiological Services of San Francisco. "It challenges the belief that getting used to amplification is a lengthy, demanding process. By delivering immediate acceptance and immediate benefits, Intiga makes the transition to wearing instruments – particularly for first-time users – a seamless, positive experience."
Intiga is the world’s smallest fully wireless hearing solution compared to behind-the-ear hearing solutions with binaural processing and streaming capabilities. Subtle cosmetics and fully-automated sound processing make Intiga virtually invisible for the user and everyone else. It hides well behind the ear and the almost invisible receiver wire and ergonomically shaped speaker ensure fitting comfort and retention throughout the day. The hearing instrument’s surface is smooth and unbroken with no push buttons to attract attention.
In Intiga, advanced, wireless binaural processing supports the way the brain is supposed to process sound. It’s about making voices easy to distinguish and conversations easy to follow – both face-to-face and over the phone. It will also add valuable depth and detail to films, TV programs and music.
For more information about Audiological Services of San Francisco, call them at 415-675-8168 or visit them on the web at http://www.asosf.com
About Audiological Services of San Francisco
Audiological Services of San Francisco takes great pride in providing unmatched customer care and service for those who have experienced a hearing loss. They understand the sensitivity that is required for people dealing with hearing problems. Their team of licensed Audiologists can provide a free consultation and work with insurance or workers compensation claims. They are conveniently located in San Francisco and serve The City, Peninsula, and North Bay Area.