Audible Contrast Threshold (ACT™)

Audible Contrast Threshold (ACT) helps solve the #1 complaint for people with hearing loss – hearing speech in noise. It quickly provides you with language-independent insights into your client's hearing ability in noise, and instantly prescribes how much help they need.

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Invest two minutes on average to elevate your fitting process and optimise the hearing experience for your clients.

  • A new standard of care

    Provide a more personalised standard of care by gaining insights into your client's hearing-in-noise ability.

  • Better hearing in noise

    Prescribe the optimal amount of help in noise based on your client’s individual test results.

  • Quick and easy

    ACT test results are seamlessly integrated into Oticon Genie 2, for a quick and personalised hearing aid fitting.


Fitting and counselling with ACT

Learn more about how to use ACT in your clinic for insight-driven counselling and improved clinical efficiency.

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Unlock your client’s BrainHearing™ potential

Separating speech from noise is a brain function. With your client’s ACT value, you can prescribe the right amount of hearing aid help from the start to optimise sound for your clients. An ACT prescription helps support the brain’s natural way of working.

Read more about the benefits of BrainHearing


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Explore the ACT test and clinical experience in an interview with Susanna Løve and Rasna Kaur Mistry


ACT requires Demant diagnostic equipment and a license fee to operate. Contact one of our sales representatives for more information.

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  • Extensive research

    Discover more about the research behind ACT.

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  • Fitting and counselling

    Learn more about how ACT works, the reasoning behind it, and how to use it as a counselling tool.

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  • Fitting Guide

    Gain an overview of how to use the ACT diagnostic test during fittings.

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  • FAQ

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