Rocking Chair or Rockin’ On?
World’s First Rock Concert Broadcast Exclusively for Hearing Aid Wearers Says It All
This summer, there’s a timely reminder that for people with hearing loss, hearing aids can mean the difference between “rockin’ on” or “rocking chair.” Chart-stopping rock band Styx and leading hearing aid manufacturer Oticon, Inc. have teamed up for a live concert broadcast exclusively to people who wear Oticon Opn™, the world’s first family of Internet-connected hearing aids. Fans will stream the heart-pumping sounds of Styx classic gold hits such as Renegade, Come Sail Away and more directly to their Opn hearing aids.
“Research consistently shows that hearing aids allow people with hearing loss to stay in the game – socially, cognitively and emotionally,” “We also know that outdated stereotypes and negative perceptions prevent 80 percent of those who could benefit from seeking hearing help. The live Styx concert broadcast is a great way to demonstrate that with today’s advanced technology hearing solutions, like Oticon Opn, people with hearing loss never have to miss out on life’s moments and memories.”
Small and discreet Opn hearing aids deliver a natural, clear, and open sound so people can more easily participate in conversations in crowded, noisy environments such as restaurants, public venues or even live rock concerts. The Opn family of Internet-connected hearing aids can communicate wirelessly with a range of connected devices. People can listen to TV; connect with doorbells, smoke detectors, and other smart devices; and even get the weather—all through their Opn hearing aids.
“Opn is also rechargeable”. “Simply charge overnight in the easy-to-use charger for all-day power that lasts through everyday activities or even big events – like the Styx live broadcast!”
For more information about hearing health and the Oticon Opn family, contact Hearing Partners of South Florida or visit www.myhearingpartners.com.