WHAT'S NEW FOR CONNEXX 9.8.5/RexFit 9.8.10

New features for BiCore hearing aids, Rexton App and Connexx

Headset Mode with Tap Control

The current BiCore Headset mode that allows iPhone users to have phone conversations via Bluetooth is upgraded. Users can now accept and reject phone calls by tapping the hearing aid device, instead of doing it through the phone device. RIC/BTE users can do so by pressing the rocker switch and Slim RIC users can do the same by tapping the top housing. Headset mode with call control is available for performance levels 80/60/40.

AutoEcho Reducer

 Released in CXX 9.7

Reverberant environments such as rooms with plain surfaces like tiled floors, blank walls, large windows can prevent users from enjoying a good conversation when wearing hearing aids. Rexton hearing aids are equipped with a feature to handle reverberation and the BiCore technological update now offers an automated version of the feature for its highest performance level.

With Rexton BiCore technology, you can offer users a clearer sound experience with less perceived reverberation as sound reflections are automatically identified and the hearing aid’s output is optimized within seconds.


Connexx 9.8.10 update addresses connectivity issues, and minor bugs, and more. 

  • Data Logging is now called Data Insights and still provide hints on main activities held since last session.
  • Rexton Assist details dialog now display changes performed by it, regarding Streaming sound.  
  • Tinnitus Notch Therapy workflow is revised and does not change sound impression when opening its page. 
  • Fitting Assistant Optimizations can now apply single sided adjustment.  
  • Redesigned coupling panel

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