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Three Invisible Hearing Aid Styles

No matter what your need or budget, there's an Invisible Hearing Aid that's perfect for you.

Invisible-In-The-Canal

See the IIC style in the ear

Out of sight.
Off your mind.

The Invisible-In-The-Canal (IIC) is our most advanced Invisible Hearing Aid on the market. Custom fit to your exact needs and unique ear canal shape, it rests comfortably deep in your ear, so only you know it's there.

The IIC may be tiny, but it comes loaded with all of our leading technology. It's the first 100% custom, digital and fully programmable invisible hearing aid ever.

AMP™

See AMP in the ear

Smart technology.
Invisible design.

If you want to hear better but aren't sure you're ready for a hearing aid, you're ready for AMP.

AMP is a different kind of hearing aid — one so tiny it fits invisibly in your ear canal where no one can see it. It's comfortable, works well with many levels of hearing loss, and was designed specifically for first-time hearing aid users.

mini Receiver-In-Canal

See the mini RIC in the ear

Mini size.
Mighty powerful.

Hearing aids that fit inside the ear canal may not be right for every person. In those cases, our mini Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) is the perfect solution.

Small and stylish, our mini RIC hides behind your ear where it's virtually undetectable when worn. But don't be fooled by its small size — this mini hearing aid packs a punch when it comes to performance, power, and one-of-a-kind features.

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