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Which hearing aid style is best for you?

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Hear better in the style that suits you

It can be difficult to decide which hearing aid style is right. Because each person’s hearing loss is different, Philips HearLink premium hearing aids come in many different styles, models, and colors to match skin tones, needs, and preferences.

On this page, you can learn more about the different styles and maybe come one step further in your journey towards choosing the right hearing aids for you.

The technological features of the hearing aids

For people with hearing loss, the biggest difficulty of all is to communicate in noisy places. While most hearing aids can provide decent support in quiet places, it takes the most sophisticated technology to provide efficient support in noise.

  • Philips HearLink rechargeable hearing aids miniRITE T R for slight to severe hearing loss

    Receiver-in-the-ear styles

    RITE is short for receiver-in-the-ear which means that the hearing aids fit behind the ear and have a speaker that inserts into the ear canal.

  • Philips HearLink behind-the-ear hearing aid (BTE PP)

    Behind-the-ear styles

    BTE is short for behind-the-ear which means that the hearing aids fit behind the ear with an earpiece that fits into the ear canal.

Philips HearLink hearing aids use groundbreaking SoundMap technology

Philips HearLink hearing aids are equipped with SoundMap technology which is made up of three sound processing pillars: effective noise control, advanced amplification, and groundbreaking feedback (when the sound travels back into the microphone and is amplified again) cancellation.

The SoundMap technology helps you to be able to hear the sounds around you, so you are able to connect with people.

User reviews

Man sitting on a couch checking his hearing with the online hearing test

Do you need hearing aids? Check your hearing!

Have you noticed that your hearing has changed? Maybe you find that people mumble or that you need to turn up the volume on the TV more than before? These can be signs of hearing loss.

Our online hearing test can give you an indication of whether you should visit a hearing care specialist for further testing and guidance on hearing aids.

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Contact a hearing care specialist near you

If you need to find a local hearing care specialist, you can use our hearing center locator tool.

A hearing care specialist can help you with testing, advice, fitting and provide you with the Philips HearLink hearing aids that match your needs and preferences.

The hearing care specialist can also help you if you need support after purchasing your hearing aids.