The Latest Technology for Smarter Hearing

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

RIC hearing aids

Daily comfort

Explore Receiver in the canal hearing aids, a type of hearing aid that adapts to mild to moderate deafness.

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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

BTE hearing aids

Comfortable and discreet.

Behind the ear style hearing aids are a lot sleeker and slimmer than they used to be giving you a very comfortable fit.

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Smart hearing solutions connected to your devices

Thanks to the Bluetooth technology, digital hearing aids intuitively connect to your smartphone, TV and more. Mobile apps can also control many controls of your hearing aids.

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Simple to use

Maximum discretion

Great sound quality

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Wireless connection

The latest generation of hearing aids allow you to instantly connect to your television or phone, to receive your calls, access different programs or listening to your music - directly into your hearing aids.
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Simple to use

Settings tune-up from apps

Mobile apps are specifically designed to help you hear better in all situations. You can fine-tune the settings of your hearing aids (battery, volume, etc.) at any time, from your smartphone.
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Maximum discretion

Discreet and almost invisible

Thanks to sophisticated, miniaturised technologies, connective hearing aids are getting smaller and smaller. Worn discreetly behind the ear or placed directly in the auditory canal, they are now almost invisible.
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Great sound quality

High quality and performance

Thanks to the latest technology, connective new-generation hearing aids offer unmatched listening quality. They provide a better understanding, even in noisy situations, as well as a 360° sound localisation for a natural hearing experience.
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Benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids

You may already be familiar with Bluetooth technology, which allows you to connect two electronic devices without using a cord. Bluetooth hearing aids allows you to do the same: connect your hearing devices to other devices like your smartphone or TV. The best Bluetooth hearing aids stream sound directly from a technology source into your ear, meaning that when you’re watching television or using the computer, the data will immediately transfer to your hearing aid from the monitor using radio waves.

One benefit of Bluetooth hearing aids isthere's no need for headphones or a separate Bluetooth headset. Similarly, talking on the phone is now easier than ever. You now don't have to hold the phone up to your ear to hear and enjoy your conversation.

Another amazing benefit is that Bluetooth hearing aids allow you to create a personalized listening experience. For example, if you're watching TV with family, you're able to control the volume of the TV for yourself, incependently of others' preferences.

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