Does Oticon Opn allow me to stream calls directly from an iPhone like the Linx or Halo aid?

Kristen Armstrong, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Cedar Park

29 August 2016 - 2.02K Views

Yes, Oticon Opn works with iPhone. You can stream phone calls and audio directly to the hearing aids from iPhone 5 and 6 devices. There is also an app that can be downloaded to iPhone, as well as several android devices, that will allow the user to adjust their Opn hearing aids for various environments. The app includes a way to track your hearing aids if they are misplaced.

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Sheri Gostomelsky, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Deerfield

30 August 2016 - 1.99K Views

Yes, the new Oticon product is iPhone compatible and will stream through both ears as the Resound and Starkey products do. An iPhone 5 or greater is needed to accomplish this.
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Ellen Nathan

Hearing Healthcare Provider in Glendale

29 August 2016 - 1.99K Views

Yes it does.  The app is just OK, it doesn't give you the level of control that the Halo2 and Linx2 does.  The OPN only comes in one level of technology now, which is top of the line and only one style RIC. 

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Neil Fine, MClSc

Hearing Healthcare Provider in Ottawa

29 August 2016 - 1.99K Views


Fun Fact: It also can connect to the IFTTT app and when the battery doors closes in the morning your coffee machine will start making coffee for you! 

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Jeff Clark, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Tampa

29 August 2016 - 2.01K Views

Andrew Puttick, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Pittsfield

29 August 2016 - 2.01K Views

Yes!  As long as your iPhone is a 5 or newer the Opn instrument functions the same way as the Linx or Halo instruments.  You can stream phone calls and any other audio from your phone directly into the hearing aids.  Good luck!

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Consumer Member
Consumer Member 26 December 2018
I would like to know if I can stream phone calls and music through my Apple Watch Series 4 to my Oticon MFi-compatible hearing aids, and if so, how do I do this? 
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