(Re)Discover your world through better hearing.

Your TruHearing benefit makes it easier, more convenient, and more affordable than ever to treat your hearing loss. Modern hearing aids are smaller, sleeker, and smarter than you’d expect—like powerful mini-computers for your ears.

Find out more about what today’s hearing aids offer.

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Discover the next generation of hearing aids.

Hearing aid technology is advancing faster than ever. New sensors provide higher-quality, more natural sound. Direct audio streaming lets you replace other wireless devices. New styles mimic common earbud designs, and other advances allow for greater opportunities to fine tune your hearing experience.

Forget everything you think you know about hearing aids; today’s devices are like nothing you’ve ever imagined.

Options for every need

Your provider will work with you to choose the perfect hearing aids for your budget, lifestyle, degree of hearing loss, and technology needs. 

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

RIC devices sit behind the ear with a micro-tube that sends signals to a receiver inside the ear canal. They offer highly advanced connectivity and audio processing technology.

RICs are appropriate for all but the most profound hearing loss. They are small, discreet, and versatile, making them the most popular hearing aid style.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss

  Visibility: Relatively discreet

  Popularity:   

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The latest styles

Today’s hearing aids come in a wide variety of styles, so you can find a solution as unique as you are. From traditional behind-the-ear devices to practically invisible models, modern hearing aids are smaller than ever before with advanced sound processing capabilities.

Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)

RIC devices sit behind the ear with a micro-tube that sends signals to a receiver inside the ear canal. They offer highly advanced connectivity and audio processing technology.

RICs are appropriate for all but the most profound hearing loss. They are small, discreet, and versatile, making them the most popular hearing aid style.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss

  Visibility: Relatively discreet

  Popularity:   

Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC)

The IIC is the smallest and most discreet hearing aid available today. It rests deep in the ear canal for a nearly invisible look.

IICs are appropriate for mild to moderate hearing loss. They require a larger ear canal and may need more maintenance than other styles. IICs work best in quieter settings with minimal background noise.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild to moderate hearing loss

  Visibility: Nearly invisible

  Popularity:   

In-the-Ear (ITE)

ITEs are custom-made to fit entirely inside the ear. They come in a wide variety of colors and offer many advanced features. ITEs are typically large enough to include manual controls.

ITEs are suitable for mild to severe hearing loss. People with dexterity issues may find them easier to adjust than other styles. They may pick up background noise, so they work best in quieter settings.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss

  Visibility: Relatively discreet

  Popularity:   

In-the-Canal (ITC)

ITCs are custom-molded to fit directly into the ear canal. They are smaller and more discreet than ITE models, with even more options and advanced features.

ITCs are appropriate for mild to moderately-severe hearing loss. Their smaller size may be difficult to manage for people with dexterity issues. ITCs are best for less-active lifestyles and small group settings.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild to moderate hearing loss

  Visibility: Relatively discreet

  Popularity:   

Completely-in-the-Canal (CIC)

The smallest of custom-molded hearing aid styles, CICs fit deep in the ear canal to offer a comfortable fit and nearly invisible look, with robust options to customize sound.

CICs are suitable for mild to moderate hearing loss. They may be challenging for those with dexterity issues and require a larger ear canal. They can be adjusted to handle even the most challenging hearing environments.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for mild to moderate hearing loss

  Visibility: Nearly invisible

  Popularity:   

Behind-the-Ear (BTE)

BTEs sit outside the ear, connected to a custom earpiece within the ear. They are the most powerful style of hearing aid and come in a variety of sizes.

BTE devices are suitable for any level of hearing loss. They tend to be durable and perform well in noisy environments, making them a good choice for an active lifestyle.

  Hearing Loss: Appropriate for any level of hearing loss, from mild to profound

  Visibility: Less discreet

  Popularity:   

Hearing aid technology
level comparison

Hearing aid devices typically fall into one of four levels of digital technology: Basic, Standard, Advanced, and Premium. Chips, components, features, and connectivity determine a device’s technology level.

Basic

Up to 8 channels

Limited styles available

Natural sound level

Basic hearing aids are for people with mild to moderate hearing loss and a quiet, less active lifestyle.

Key features:

• Limited noise reduction
• Basic feedback cancellation

Standard

Up to 16 channels

Many styles available

Natural sound level

Standard hearing aids work well
for people who spend most of
their time in predictable environments.

Key features:

  • • Manual digital processing
  • • Adjustable speech enhancement
  • • Adjustable feedback cancellation
  • • Noise reduction
  • • Wireless connectivity

Advanced

Up to 32 channels

Most styles available

Natural sound level

Advanced hearing aids work for those with an active lifestyle and those who spend time in challenging environments.

Key features:

  • • Automated digital processing
  • • Adjustable speech enhancement
  • • Adjustable feedback cancellation
  • • Noise reduction
  • • Wireless connectivity
  • • Artificial Intelligence technology
  • • Rechargeability

Premium

Up to 48 channels

All styles available

Natural sound level

Premium hearing aids support you in the most challenging environments, like restaurants or large groups of people.

Key features:

  • • Premium automated digital
    processing
  • • Adjustable speech enhancement
  • • Adjustable feedback cancellation
  • • Adaptive directional microphones
  • • Wind noise management
  • • Automatic noise reduction
  • • Wireless connectivity
  • • Artificial Intelligence technology
  • • Rechargeability
  • • Extended bandwidth for better perception of speech and sound
brands

The leading brands

In addition to our own industry-leading hearing aids, TruHearing works with the world’s top manufacturers* to give you a vast range of high-quality choices—regardless of your budget or level of hearing loss.

We’re committed to your needs, so you can rest assured that every hearing aid we offer is built to fit more comfortably, perform better, and last longer than ever before.

*Hearing aid options vary based on coverage.

Your journey to hearing health starts with one call.

Don’t wait any longer! Our Hearing Consultants can help you get started.

Don’t worry—we’ve got
you covered.

Every hearing aid purchased through TruHearing comes with a 45-day no-risk trial period, plus a comprehensive 3-year manufacturer warranty. 

A partner on your hearing journey.

New hearing aids sometimes require adjustment to provide the hearing experience you need. Your TruHearing benefit includes three follow-up visits with your hearing health provider to get the settings just right.

We’ll also be there to help as you get used to wearing and caring for your new hearing aids. Ongoing educational information will be sent directly to you, and you can always refer to our library of educational materials for tips and advice.

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TruHearing App

Get connected with the TruHearing app.

The TruHearing app* gives you everything you need to get the most out of your hearing aids. Adjust your settings, get health insights, and get support when you need it—all at your fingertips.

*Compatible with TruHearing brand hearing aids only