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Kanso™ Hidden….The Joy of Hearing Found

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The following is an excerpt from a letter sent by Cochlear Americas to various clinical partners regarding their product.

Cochlear is pleased to announce regulatory approval of the Cochlear™ Nucleus® Kanso™ Sound Processor.

The Kanso Sound Processor (CP950) is a whole new way to hear from Cochlear. It is an offthe‐ear, all‐in‐one sound processor that is the smallest and lightest in its class. Easy to use and incorporating the same smart technology as the Cochlear™ Nucleus® 6 sound processor, the Kanso sound processor provides the same hearing experience as a behind‐the‐ear sound processor in quiet and noise.*1

The Kanso sound processor is designed for people who want to be able to forget they are wearing a hearing device. In a clinical study, participants preferred the Kanso sound processor over their behind‐the‐ear sound processor for comfort, look and feel and ease of use.1

To learn more about this new breakthrough from Cochlear, please see the enclosed brochure. (LINKS BELOW)

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1. Jones, Marian, Mauger, Stefan. Cochlear® Clinical Investigation Report. Acceptance of the CP950/KANSO soundprocessor with experienced CP810/CP900 series BTE sound processor participants. Version 1.0. Clinical Investigation Plan Number CLTD5591 v.5. Windchill No. 582225. CIR D1072418. Aug 12, 2016.

*From a speaker at 0 degrees azimuth or directly in front of person

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DR. RAVI N. SAMY, MD, FACS

Dr. Ravi Samy has been an otolaryngologist at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute and the director of the Skull Base Surgery Fellowship at the UC College of Medicine since 2005. He is also the director of the Adult Cochlear Implantation Program at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC), as well as an associate professor of Otolaryngology at the college. READ MORE>