Invisible in the Canal (IIC)

The smallest in custom style solutions today, IIC hearing aids sit deep and invisibly in the ear canal. They are individually crafted to mimic the anatomy and curvature of your ear canal for a perfect, comfortable fit. Providing absolute discretion, this style is specifically designed for mild to moderate hearing loss.

Oticon Own IIC 500x420

Oticon Own

Bernafon Alpha 500x420

Bernafon Alpha

Signia Insio IX 500x420

Signia Insio IX

Oticon Own 500x500

Oticon, use their Polaris R™ chip platform with RealSound Technology™ in the Oticon real hearing aids to access all meaningful sounds. These hearing aids are available in multiple colours, the hearing aid system offers a choice between rechargeable and battery-powered options.

Technical Features

Utilising the successful BrainHearing™ technology, Oticon Real supports hearing in challenging environments and employs the power of its processor to protect against stressful loud sounds, which allows users to wear their aids for extended periods without fatigue. The hearing aids also seamlessly connect with smart devices like tablets and phones through the Oticon app, enabling wireless streaming of sound and direct phone call reception.

Bernafon Alpha 500x500

Inspired by the best

Bernafon Alpha is inspired by those in the animal kingdom with exceptional hearing. Its unique Hybrid Technology™ augments both speech understanding and listening comfort for best sound without compromise – even in the most rigorous listening situations. Various hearing aid styles cater to your individual needs. Whether rechargeable, equipped with wireless connectivity technology, or perfectly customized to your ears, Bernafon Alpha combines exceptional sound quality with versatility and elegance.

Signia Insio IX 500x500

The Insio IX advantage

Enjoy the simplicity of a discreet, nearly invisible hearing aid that’s made for your ears.

Experience significant improvements in every conversation with the new and improved Insio IX, expertly designed to enhance speech in noisy environments.

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