The Nucleus® Kanso® Sound Processor is the world's smallest and lightest1,2 off-the-ear sound processor.
It's the only off-the-ear cochlear implant sound processor with two microphones. Just press a single on/off button and let the advanced technology take over.
Discreet and comfortable, the Kanso sound processor lets you enjoy life with confidence.
Colour options to match your personal style
The Nucleus Kanso Sound Processor comes in eight colours, so you can choose the shade that best matches your preference.
Product Features & Product Accessories
Try on a Kanso Sound Processor
See what you’ll like with your Kanso Sound Processor and have a play with all the colours available.
Hear your best everywhere, every day
"As a primary school teacher having better hearing is very important because I need to be able to hear where students' questions are coming from and answer them straight away. The Kanso allows me to do that."
- Alison V, Cochlear™ Nucleus® Kanso recipient, Australia
Filter out background noise
Dual microphones work together to reduce sound from behind and to the sides so you hear more of what you want.
Hear your best in any environment
Never miss a moment — in a quiet room or outside on a windy day, your device will automatically adjust using SmartSound® iQ with SCAN.
Bring sound closer – no strings attached
Cochlear™ True Wireless™ technology helps free you (and your hands) to focus less on hearing and more on what's important, such as understanding speech over distance and connecting to all types of electronic devices.
Peace of mind for parents
"She can be whatever she wants to be, and find who it is that she going to become. Phoebe does really well at school. She has awesome teachers. She's taken off."
- Cynthia S, mother of Phoebe, Cochlear™ Nucleus® recipient, USA
Made for your child's active lifestyle
Run, swim and jump around — choose accessories that help the sound processor stay in place and protected.
Track your child's hearing
Your hearing health professional can view detailed usage information — such as hours per day the implants are on — to make programming adjustments.