Styles of Hearing Aids

Styles of Hearing Aids

The cornerstone of modern hearing aids lies in their advanced hearing technology and software, which processes vast volumes of audio signals. This technology determines the quality of speech intelligibility and the effectiveness of noise reduction.

There is a wide range of hearing aids available, and for EasyHear hearing aids, they can be categorized as either wired or wireless:

Wired Hearing Aids

Body-Worn Hearing Devices: These devices consist of a small box containing the hearing aid electronics and microphone. The box is connected by a lead to an earphone, which delivers sound directly into the ear.

Wireless Hearing Aids

Wireless hearing aids can be further subdivided into three major styles:

  • BTE (Behind-The-Ear) Hearing Aids: These devices are worn with the hearing aid placed on top of and behind the ear. All of the parts are contained within the case at the back of the ear, and they are connected to the ear canal with a sound tube and custom ear mold.

  • ITE (In-The-Ear) Hearing Aids: These devices have all the electronic parts situated within a device that fits inside the ear.

  • ITC (In-The-Canal) Hearing Aids: Similar in concept to ITE hearing aids but smaller, these devices fit partially into the ear canal, making them less noticeable compared to ITE.

Each and every EasyHear hearing aid is powered by 5G Beamforming hearing technology, presenting a remarkable combination of exceptional quality and a value-for-money hearing solution.