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Can I Purchase My Hearing Aids Online?

For some, the traditional route of purchasing hearing aids can be an intimidating, lengthy process. Make an appointment, get tested for hearing loss, then wonder if you’re being sold the…

Ear to ear wireless hearing aid communication

Ear-to-Ear Wireless Hearing Aid Communication

Binaural Spatial Mapping is Starkey Hearing Technology’s ear-to-ear wireless hearing aid communication program. This system enhances sound quality by automatically adjusting two synced wireless hearing aids to bring about better…

Daughter whispering into mother's ear and laughing.

Hearing Aid Feedback Cancellation Technology

Have you ever heard someone’s hearing aid buzzing and whistling? Nobody wants their hearing aids to whistle. Hearing aid feedback happens for two reasons: either the hearing aid doesn’t fit…

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Clarity of Speech in Noise w/ Voice IQ2

In my previous blog, I discussed the fact that hearing aids may look similar but have extremely different price points. One of the main reasons for this is the technology…

Circuitry and internal components of hearing aid.

Why Are Hearing Aid Prices So Different?

Your family has been telling you over the last few years you need to get your hearing checked. Since then, you noticed you have been asking people to repeat themselves….

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Digital Hearing Aids Advanced Technology

New technology developed in the last few years can help most people with hearing loss achieve improved hearing. The goal of hearing instrument fittings is to make more speech sounds…

Bluetooth hearing aid wirelessly connects to iPhone

Bluetooth Hearing Aid Technology and iPhone

We have a patient, Frank, 87, who loves his new Bluetooth hearing aids because he can work in his garden with both hands while talking to his 56-year-old daughter out…

Woman sitting on bike using hearing aid connected to her iPhone as she searches on her phone.

Hearing Aids and Smart Phone Connectivity

In today’s world of technology, it seems that smartphones rule the roost. Everyone is continually looking forward to “what’s next?” Technology improvements are no different in the world of hearing aids. Digitally processing…

Animated diagram of an invisible in canal hearing aid in the ear canal

In-Ear Hearing Aid Variations

The presentation of hearing loss and an individual’s ear anatomy is as unique as their fingerprints. It’s this uniqueness that makes in-ear hearing aids a wonderful option for some people….

Digital Completely In Canal Hearing Aids

There are two main hearing aid styles: non-custom digital hearing aids and custom digital hearing aids. Of all available options, the digital completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid is the smallest and…

View of a behind the ear hearing aid worn by patient.

Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Variations

Once a hearing test is completed and results showing the need for hearing aids are explained, the patient and the hearing healthcare professional will select a hearing aid style. There…

Hearing Aid Technology

The receiver-in-canal (RIC) model is the latest development in hearing aids technology & is used for mild to severe hearing loss. Compared to a classic behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid, the…

Hearing Aid Style Guides

Find the perfect hearing aid for your lifestyle


With the industry’s fastest charger, your hearing aids will always be ready to go.

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Smartphone Compatible

Connect directly to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch or Android phone via the Thrive Hearing or TruLink app.

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Receiver-In-Canal (RIC)

Small, discrete, and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time hearing aid wearers.

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Completely-In-Canal (CIC)

Only the tiny removal handle of the hearing shows outside of the ear canal.

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Invisible (IIC)

Hearing aids so tiny, no one will notice you’re wearing them.

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