If you struggle to follow conversations or cannot hear the TV without turning up the volume very high, then it’s likely that you are one of the 466 million people around the globe with hearing loss. Hearing aids have the potential to transform your hearing and your quality of life. However, if you feel too self-conscious to wear a hearing aid or believe they are too difficult to use, an in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid could be the solution. ITE hearing aids are small devices that sit comfortably and discreetly inside the ear or ear canal and can be used to treat all but very severe hearing loss.
What makes ITE hearing aids different?
Widex redesigned its Unique platform to develop its best ITE hearing aids. The Custom ITE hearing aid delivers high-quality sound performance and customizable controls.
The Muse iQ comes is aimed at people with a mild to severe hearing loss. With strong battery life and advanced performance, this hearing aid promises greater clarity in noisy environments.
The Insio Nx offers a hearing solution for any degree of hearing loss. Bluetooth compatible, users can take advantage of the hearing aid’s OneMic directionality, CROS or BiCROS fittings, and advanced noise management while in motion.
The Linx Quattro is one of ReSound’s best ITE hearing aids on the market. It offers an improved dynamic range and larger bandwidth frequency and greater abilities for sound isolation.
Virto Black is Phonak’s first custom-made hearing aid that is fully connected and directly streams from any Bluetooth-enabled device.
If you have hearing loss then you mustn’t put off getting treatment because you feel self-conscious about wearing hearing aids. The best ITE hearing aids are custom made to give wearers a comfortable and discreet fit. Packed with state-of-the-art features, ITE hearing aids offer great hearing quality that could transform your life.
It's time to finally treat your hearing loss. Sign up for a free consultation with a licensed hearing care professional today to determine if you have hearing loss. It’s the start of your journey towards better hearing.