With world-class technology and a slim, stylish fit, it's time to find a hearing aid that adapts to your needs. Regardless of your surroundings, RIC features will give you a better sound and help you focus on what matters most.
Also referred to as receiver in ear (RIE) or receiver in the ear (RITE), RIC hearing aids combine the benefit of a small, discreet device with the powerful features of digital technology. The result: a hearing aid you barely see that still meets all your needs. With the receiver fit directly in your ear canal, instead of in the shell behind your ear, you'll have a smaller hearing aid and a clearer sound. Features, such as tinnitus options, high-quality streaming and acoustic motion sensors, mean there's a perfect fit for every ear.
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RIC stands for receiver in canal. Also referred to as receiver in ear (RIE) or receiver in the ear (RITE), RIC hearing aids use an open-fit design and have a thin wire to place the receiver directly in the ear canal, making them smaller and more discreet than behind-the-ear models.
What is the difference between RIC and BTE hearing aids?
The biggest difference between the RIC and BTE design is the location of the speaker (or receiver). In RIC hearing aids, the speaker is fitted directly in the ear canal, while BTE hearing aids store the speaker in the shell of the device behind the ear.
Are RIC hearing aids good?
Because the speaker fits directly in the ear canal, RIC hearing aids are generally smaller and more discreet. Today's devices also include powerful technology, making them suitable for various environments, lifestyles and uses. Speak with your Hearing Care Professional to find out what hearing aid design fits your particular needs.
How much do RIC hearing aids cost?
The price range for an RIC hearing aid varies depending on the brand and model. On average, the cost of an RIC hearing aid ranges from $1,300 to $3,500.
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