Behind-the-ear processor bone conduction hearing implant Baha® 5 SuperPower

behind-the-ear processor bone conduction hearing implant
behind-the-ear processor bone conduction hearing implant
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behind-the-ear processor

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Baha® 5 SuperPower The new Cochlear™ Baha® 5 SuperPower is unbelievably smart, and the first head-worn super power sound processor. A revolutionary new super power solution Designed for people with higher degrees of hearing loss, the Cochlear Baha 5 SuperPower is engineered to make difficult hearing situations easier and more enjoyable. It is the first and only bone conduction sound processor worn behind-the-ear, and the most powerful member of the Baha portfolio. What makes it so special? Its unique design harnesses Nucleus® technology (our cochlear implant system) so it is able to provide you with more power than any other bone conduction system1 – in a package that can be worn discreetly on the ear. But the innovations don’t stop there. The Baha 5 SuperPower can be worn in three positions thanks to our new Baha EveryWear™ technology. This ensures you get the amplification you need while providing the flexibility to suit your lifestyle. And unlike any other bone conduction sound processor, it features a powerful rechargeable battery that lasts up to 32 hours so you can wear it all day without worry. The smart sound processor With new Bluetooth® technology designed by Apple, the Baha 5 SuperPower Sound Processor connects you to the people and devices you love. Unlike any other bone conduction system, Baha sound processors are Made for iPhone Hearing Devices that let you stream sound directly from iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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