What's new in the Halo 2?
Here's the full Android compatibility list:
Compatible with "Google Nexus™ 6P, Google Nexus™ 5X, Samsung Galaxy S® 7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S® 7, Samsung Galaxy S® 6 Edge Plus, Samsung Galaxy S® 6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S® 6, Samsung Galaxy S® 5, Samsung Galaxy S® 4, Samsung Galaxy Note® 5, Samsung Galaxy Note® 4, Samsung Galaxy Note® 3, HTC One® M8 and HTC One® M7."
And for Apple users, here's the Apple compatibility list:
"iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 3, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini, iPod touch (5th generation) and Apple Watch. Use of Apple Watch requires iPhone 5 or later."
This video introduces the Halo 2 and Muse hearing aids, which both run on Starkey's new "Synergy platform" using "Acuity OS." Interestingly, Starkey chose to run without a dialogue in this piece. The focus is more on experiencing the sounds of life. Fast-forward to the end and you will see: "Made for connections. Made for moments. Made for laughter. Made for joy. Made for life."
"Multiflex Tinnitus Technology generates a broadband white noise signal with varying frequency and amplitude that plays through the hearing aid ... The tinnitus stimulus is programmed based on the patient’s hearing loss. It is set up for a patient’s individual tinnitus needs, creating a customized sound treatment plan so he or she is set up with variations of the tinnitus stimulus to account for ongoing changes." - Source