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Award for best design for the Nucleus 7 sound processor

Nucleus 7he first sound processor ‘Made for iPhone’has been awarded the Red Dot Product Design Award in the Health category. This award is one of the most important in the world in the design sector.and serves to recognize the quality and innovation of designers and manufacturers in the creation of new products domestic and professional. Nucleus 7 has been developed by Cochlear and Manzanawho have managed to create the world’s first sound processor compatible with iPhone.

The Red Dot Product Design Award confirms the pioneering functionality and design of Nucleus 7, whose launch has been great news for people with severe to profound hearing losswhich now they can do phone calls, listen to music with high quality stereo sound, look videos and broadcast FaceTime calls to its cochlear implant.

The fact that Nucleus 7 users can stream sound from their iPhone, iPad and ipod touch directly to your processor means a higher degree of accessibility, connectivity and wireless solutions. But the advantages of Nucleus 7 do not only lie in its compatibility with iPhone. It is also the sound processor of retroauricular cochlear implant Smallest and lightest available on the market. Specifically, it is a 25% smaller and a 24% lighter than its predecessor, Nucleus 6. In addition, it has the SmartSound® iQ system with SCAN technology and dual microphonewhich helps you hear more clearly in any environment, even if it is noisy.

The Nucleus 7 app is also up for the Webby Award

Another novelty of the Nucleus 7 processor is that it is accompanied by a free mobile app call Nucleus Smart Appwhich facilitates control, monitoring and personalization of hearing from the iPhone. This App also has the function Find My Processor, which allows you to locate a lost processor by saving the location of the last place it was connected to the paired iPhone or iPod touch. And precisely this application has been proposed by the Cochlear R&D team for the webby award for excellence on the Internet, in the category of ‘connected and wearable products’. The winner will be the one who receives the most individual votes. The interested You can vote for the Nucleus Smart App on the website itself. The voting period closes next Thursday, April 19.

Nucleus 7 app

Nucleus 7 Compatibility

Nucleus 7 is currently implant compatible Nucleus CI24RE, CI500 and from the series Profile. In any case, and also to resolve any questions, those interested in the new Cochlear sound processor can contact any of the UMusic implantation care centers.

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