Our range of hearing aids come in a variety of different styles and are designed to be as sleek and discreet as possible to help you hear the world around you with clarity. But it’s not all about discretion: Amplifon hearing aids are equipped with the latest technology to help you find the solution that most suits your needs. Discover the technical features, innovation details and models available from the best manufacturers’ brands like Phonak, ReSound, Oticon, Signia - formerly Siemens.
Amplifon offers a wide variety of hearing aid types such as BTE (behind the ear), RITE (receiver in the ear) and ITE (in the ear) that can perfectly fit your ear’s anatomy respecting your social and hearing needs.
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Hearing solutions can range from tiny, almost invisible styles that fit discreetly inside the ear, to those that sit comfortably behind the ear. You can even select devices that connect wirelessly to your mobile smartphone if you like and need advanced technological features.
By working with some of the world’s leading manufacturers, we can offer all of this! Choose hearing aids that are small, light and are easy to live with, whether you’re watching TV, travelling or exercising.
Our digital hearing aids use the latest pioneering technology to help you make perfect sense of the sounds around you. We’ll be able to provide you with the right type of hearing aid whether you have mild, moderate or severe hearing loss.
The first signs of hearing loss can be subtle for some and more significant for others. If you suspect you or a loved one may be suffering from hearing loss, our handy, eight-question hearing test will help you understand if you need further assistance.
While partial loss of hearing is most commonly linked to age, hearing impairment can affect people of all ages. Other types of hearing impairment include:
Although the hearing aid design and main features can slightly change, the main components are basically always the same:
• Microphone (to record noise)
• Amplifier (to convert noise)
• Handset (to process sounds)
• Battery (power supply)
The smaller a hearing aid is, the more intelligent, digital microelectronic technologies it hides. Thanks to this, modern hearing aids can be adjusted and fitted exactly to your specific hearing problem – since hearing loss changes individually, the hearing aid set up cannot be one-fits-all.