LINNER launches NOVA, antibacterial hearing aids with unprecedented features
LINNER Nova’s hearing aids are engineered with the optimal fusion of sound, performance, and innovation in mind.
The highly-expected LINNER NOVA is officially coming out in 2022. They’ve designed this latest Bluetooth hearing aids device for people with moderate to severe hearing loss.
Unlike conventional hearing aids products, LINNER NOVA allows users to easily perform self-fitting tests at home through the LINNER HA APP.
With medical-grade antibacterial ear tips and built-in UV germicidal light, LINNER has made it a game changer in the hearing aids industry.
The first in history that has added the concept of antibacterial into product design.
At the same time, they have preserved the general functionality of any Bluetooth device, such as listening to music. It will also allow making hands-free phone calls, and even streaming TV sound.
Using antibacterial ear tips effectively solves the problem of bacterial infection caused by the rise in temperature and humidity due to the sealed space in the ear canal after wearing hearing aids for a long time.
And the built-in UV-C lamp sterilization in the charging case ensures the ear tips are clean every time.
We have tested in a licensed lab, and our antibacterial ear tips could suppress up to 99.93% of bacteria after 24 hours. And the UV-C lamps could kill most bacteria within one minute, said Bond Zhao, the founder of LINNER.
LINNER NOVA also comes with a wireless adapter that directly transmits the TV sounds to the device. It creates a more clean and immersive TV experience for the users.
The NOVA also works as a remote microphone by placing it where the user wants to hear from, up to 33ft away. Ultimately, the sound on the NOVA’s speaker will be reproduced in the hearing aids available.
Equipped with two high-performance microphones, the LINNER NOVA uses a beamforming algorithm that accurately identifies the direction of the target sound.
In addition, the NOVA analyzes sound characteristics, including frequency, energy, and spectrum.
The LINNER NOVA suppresses unwanted sounds; it amplifies the wanted sounds to ensure the user hears clearly.
New hearing aids have become a trend. The market share of traditional hearing aids has a clear tendency to decline.
Compared with competitors, these products are doing better in the core function of hearing aids. For example, higher hearing enhancement, feedback suppression, and noise reduction.
Our team also came up with features that simultaneously meet specific needs in the user’s daily life, Bond Zhao shared.
Designed to be user-friendly, consumers can now perform the self-fitting test at home through the LINNER HA APP. They will only need to follow the prompts on the page and choose whether they’ve heard the sound or not.
Furthermore, the rest of the operation completes within approximately 5 minutes automatically. The app then generates an audiogram that visualizes the degree of hearing loss.
Additionally, the app integrates the results into the device to wrap up the fitting process.
Other features include a real-time battery monitor, stereo volume controller, and switching modes covering most consumers’ daily use scenarios.
Founded in California in 2016, LINNER established its signature technology with more than two million LINNER noise canceling earbuds sold worldwide.
LINNER derives from the word listener and the philosophy that LINNER is committed to providing a better hearing experience through innovative technologies.
For example, advanced noise cancellation, directional voice pick-up, and beamforming algorithms are now available.
User experience has always been crucial in introducing LINNER’s products. See more at https://igg.me/at/linnernova
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