Unitron Passport Moxi 3G Hearing Aids
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Unitron Moxi 3G line is all about size. With the 3G Unitron now offers wireless technology in smallest package available. Comparable in shape and small size to Unitron's Shift and Phonak's Audeo but with the full wireless capabilities of the much larger Moxi 13 available in Latitude 8 and 16 plus the top of the line Passport.
Passport Moxi 3G is Unitron’s advanced technology. Passport Moxi 3G technology builds on proven features used in the Moxi 13 and Shift lines. Passport Moxi 3G then adds breakthrough innovations to offer hearing aids that allow more user controls and connectivity not available in the past.
Passport Moxi 3G is a new BTE hearing aid for Unitron. They are among the smallest BTE hearing aids made with this level of user control flexibility, uncompromising feature line up, and wireless connectivity.
For more information, check out the Features tab below.
For more technical and lifestyle information about hearing aids check out our General Information page.
The two most common technologies used in hearing aids are analog and digital. Digital is newer and considered to be much more flexible, capable of doing more operations, and the only technology used in modern hearing aids.
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Human speech ranges in frequencies roughly from 250 to 6000 Hz. Hearing aids are built so that this group of frequencies (250 to 6000 Hz) is divided into smaller groups, called bands or channels.
Multiple memory settings can be programmed into the aid to give the user the ability to cope with changing sound and noise environments with the push of a button.
Volume control is generally considered to be a manual adjustment that the user can control. All hearing aids have automatic gain control designed to make soft sounds audible and loud sounds tolerable. This is done automatically within limits programmed into the device.
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On-Board Control Type
Controls on hearing aids usually have one or more of:
1. A momentary button used to change from one memory to the next
2. A button used to increase the level of volume
3. A rocker switch where pushing on one end does one function while the other end does another function
4. A wheel that will control volume
Remote Control Available
Remote controls for hearing aids are small enough to comfortably fit in a pocket. A remote control will enable more functions than can be put on a hearing aid itself.
Microphones are the electronic component that picks up sound. Microphones are very small and can be made to pick up more sound in one direction than all others. This is called a directional microphone.
Technology to separate voices from other sounds is continuously being improved. Each manufacturer has a patented process and trademarked name for noise reduction.
Sudden Noise Protection
This feature helps make hearing aids acoustically comfortable by dampening sudden loud noises, such as a dropped dish.
Wind Noise Protection
Wind noise is an important feature for those that spend time in the outdoors by reducing the roar of wind across the microphone. This feature is improving but is not effective in gusty wind conditions.
Acoustic Feedback, is also known as squealing, buzzing, 'your aids are talking to you', etc.
Telecoils help with telephones that are rated hearing aid compatible.
Communication from one hearing aid to the other is a very low strength signal designed to keep both hearing aids operating in the same mode at the same volume.
Being able to couple your hearing aids with a BlueTooth-enabled device, such as a cell phone, allows phone conversations to be heard through your hearing aids.
Direct Audio Input (DAI)
DAI is only on Large and Full Size hearing aids due to the need for terminals on the outside of the case. Using DAI allows other devices to connect directly to the hearing aids and input their audio signal.
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Conventional Hearing Aid Batteries cost less than a dollar per battery and are very easy to change.
|Loss/Damage Warranty||3 years|
- Gives the user real time adjustment of the combination of four features, Microphone Strategy, Noise Reduction, Speech Enhancement, & Overall Gain.
- Smart Control™:
- An optional remote control that allows control of a variety of features including volume. Required for SmartFocus and LearnNow features.
- Self Learning:
- Passport technology that learns user preferences for the SmartFocus features over a period of time.
- Instant learning of the SmartFocus settings.
- Automatic detection of incoming sounds and seamless transition to one of four environmental programs provides optimum performance in changing sound conditions. Programs can be modified for individual needs by using SmartFocus and LearnNow.
- Feedback Management System:
- Automatically detects and cancels acoustic feedback.
- Data Logging:
- Store a record of usage data including SmartFocus parameters, manual and automatic program changes.
- On wireless enabled Passport hearing aids DuoLink enables communication between hearing aids so adjustments made on one hearing aid is wirelessly sent to the other. DuoLink can be set up to automatically detect a telephone, turn up volume in one ear and mute the other ear. No additional accessories are required.
- An optional device worn around the neck that will pair with BlueTooth devises or any other wired audio device and wireless stream that signal into both hearing aids.
- Microphone Options:
- omnidirectional, directional, and adaptive directional
- Speech Enhancement LD:
- Increases gain in bands where speech is dominant
- Noise Reduction:
- Decreases gain in bands where noise is dominant
- Reduces volume of sudden impact noises
- Automatically detects the telephone
- Wind Noise Manager:
- Designed to reduce wind noise
- Designed to enhance the sound of music