Learn More About Hearing Aids

Types of hearing aids


BTE hearing aids fit behind your ear; they vary in size depending on their power performance. A standard or thin sound tube connects the hearing aid to the earpiece.


RITE solutions combine the benefits of both BTE and ITE models. The smallest RITE solutions are virtually invisible.

Types of hearing loss

ITE hearing aids fit in the ear canal; they vary in size depending on their power performance. The smallest (CIC) are virtually invisible, larger models (ITC & ITE) are more powerful.

Fit for any lifestyle

Finding the right solution is about more than just compensating for a physical hearing loss. It is also about taking into account individual needs and personal preferences. Find out which solution offers the best combination for you.

Focus on speech
understanding at home

Focus on great sound perception when listening to music

Focus on speech understanding in restaurants and large groups

Focus on wear and forget with fully automatic adjustments

Fit for any lifestyle

Today we are surrounded by a huge number of electronic devices. Many of these can communicate wirelessly with each other. Hearing aids can too.

This results in many benefits: convenient hands-free use of your mobile phone, better speech understanding and sound perception with less disturbing background noise, or an individually set volume when watching TV with others.

3 steps to purchasing a hearing aid

Get your hearing tested regularly

you are concerned about your hearing, test it with a qualified hearing care professional

Visit a hearing center

Contact a hearing care professional for an assessment of your needs and preferences

Find a suitable solution

Try the different hearing aid performance categories and find the one that meets your needs

Hearing loss is no reason to slow down, at any age. Our expert advice will arm you with everything you need to know...
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