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In-The-Ear (ITE) Hearing Aids

An In-The-Ear hearing aid in use.

Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) Hearing Aids

Personalised, custom-fitted ITE hearing aids.

Discover the power of in the ear or ‘ITE hearing aids’. These hearing aids are custom-fit to the concha or bowl shape of each individual person’s ear. They represent all of the hearing aids that are worn in the ear, including receiver in the canal hearing aids.

In the ear hearing aids are easy to handle and use, come in many different styles and sizes, and are well-suited to even some of the most severe cases of hearing loss.

They are ideal for people who struggle with dexterity or their vision. And their larger size means lots of features are also available, making them extremely accessible for all users.

In ear hearing aids are sometimes known as ‘full shell’ hearing aids — referring to the part that is custom-made to fit into the ear. Our audiologists design these shells on a personal level to suit the specific shape of your ear. And also to your specific lifestyle needs, cosmetical appeal, budget and more.

Because they tend to be bigger, many features are available that might not be available in other types of hearing aids

Including multi-directional microphones, a telecoil, volume control via remote control, and wireless Bluetooth hearing aids that can connect easily to TV sets and mobile phones. In the ear hearing aids also tend to have larger batteries for longer battery life.

Personalised, custom-fitted ITE hearing aids.

Discover the power of in the ear or ‘ITE hearing aids’. These hearing aids are custom-fit to the concha or bowl shape of each individual person’s ear. They represent all of the hearing aids that are worn in the ear, including receiver in the canal hearing aids.

In the ear hearing aids are easy to handle and use, come in many different styles and sizes, and are well-suited to even some of the most severe cases of hearing loss.

They are ideal for people who struggle with dexterity or their vision. And their larger size means lots of features are also available, making them extremely accessible for all users.

In ear hearing aids are sometimes known as ‘full shell’ hearing aids — referring to the part that is custom-made to fit into the ear. Our audiologists design these shells on a personal level to suit the specific shape of your ear. And also to your specific lifestyle needs, cosmetical appeal, budget and more. 

Because they tend to be bigger, many features are available that might not be available in other types of hearing aids. Including multi-directional microphones, a telecoil, volume control via remote control, and wireless Bluetooth hearing aids that can connect easily to TV sets and mobile phones. In the ear hearing aids also tend to have larger batteries for longer battery life.

You’ll no longer need headphones to listen to music or to watch TV, and there will be no annoying feedback on the phone.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids come with an app you can download onto your smartphone, which you can use to discreetly and easily adjust the settings.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids are compatible with Android-based phones (using version 10.0 and above) and iPhones. Along with Apple’s iOS systems in general. Meaning you can connect seamlessly with all of your favourite smartphones and audio devices — including televisions and tablet computers.
And if you like, you can stream sounds to just one hearing aid. Keeping the other one free for sounds in the room.
If you have wireless hearing aids that don’t allow for direct streaming then you can get a Bluetooth hearing aid adapter called a ‘streamer’ to do this.
A streamer will provide a communications link between your wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device. Streamers are usually worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hands-free convenience.

Discover Some of the Models
We Have Available:

In ear hearing aids for all types of hearing loss.

We’ll help you find the best hearing aids to match your hearing loss and lifestyle.

ITE hearing aids house larger amplification components because they are larger. This improves the power of the amplification, making them suitable for mild to moderately severe hearing loss. And with the dual-microphone system, there is a greater sound clarity than other devices.

Some users are self-conscious about wearing hearing aids. And although ITE devices are not fully invisible, they can be easily concealed, particularly for users with long hair. There are also no external components surrounding or outside the ear, unlike with behind the ear hearing aids.

We’re offering FREE at-home home hearing tests, hearing aid demos and trials. ITE hearing aids are quick to fit and you can be wearing a new pair on the same day of your hearing test. Choose us and one of our expert audiologists will arrive at a time and convenience of your choosing. 

Click here to learn more about hearing aids.

In ear hearing aids for all types of hearing loss.

ITE hearing aids house larger amplification components because they are larger. This improves the power of the amplification, making them suitable for mild to moderately severe hearing loss. And with the dual-microphone system, there is a greater sound clarity than other devices.

Some users are self-conscious about wearing hearing aids. And although ITE devices are not fully invisible, they can be easily concealed, particularly for users with long hair. There are also no external components surrounding or outside the ear, unlike with behind the ear hearing aids.

We’re offering FREE at-home home hearing tests, hearing aid demos and trials. ITE hearing aids are quick to fit and you can be wearing a new pair on the same day of your hearing test. Choose us and one of our expert audiologists will arrive at a time and convenience of your choosing. 

Click here to learn more about hearing aids.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Anywhere between £995 to £6,000 a pair. Prices vary by a lot because there are so many different types of ITE hearing aids to choose from — and huge differences in the number of technological features available. To find out which type is the most suitable for you, and for a FREE no-obligation quote, get in touch with one of our audiologists today.

      ITE hearing aids have a few drawbacks but they’re worth knowing about. For example, they can get clogged with moisture and earwax over time and may need cleaning more regularly.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Anywhere between £995 to £6,000 a pair. Prices vary by a lot because there are so many different types of ITE hearing aids to choose from — and huge differences in the number of technological features available. To find out which type is the most suitable for you, and for a FREE no-obligation quote, get in touch with one of our audiologists today.

      ITE hearing aids have a few drawbacks but they’re worth knowing about. For example, they can get clogged with moisture and earwax over time and may need cleaning more regularly.