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Behind-the-Ear (BTE) Hearing Aids

Behind-the-ear hearing aids are different from In-ear hearing aids. These BTE hearing devices sit behind your ear and are attached with a thin tube or wire, which is also connected to the earpiece in the ear canal (see the image on the left side for more clarity). This hearing device features a volume control and directional microphone.

  • Standard BTE:- The hearing device and earpiece are separate components connected by tubing or a thin wire.
  • Mini BTE:-Smaller and more sensible than standard BTE models, with a thin tube or wire delivering sound to the ear.
  • Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) or Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) BTE:- The receiver is placed inside the ear canal and connected to the main body of the hearing aid behind the ear.
  • These Behind-the-ear hearing devices are easy to wear and sit comfortably behind your ear.
  • These are the most common hearing aids for mild to severe hearing loss.
  • These are simple to use, easy to handle, and come with adjustable settings.
  • It comes with cool features like noise reduction and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • Packed with Tech, these can have cool features like noise reduction and Bluetooth.
  • These are comfy and won’t block your ear canal.
  • Behind-the-ear hearing devices amplify sound well, even in noisy places.
  • These are tough, water-resistant, built to last, and perfect for active lifestyles.
  • These are suitable for everyone: kids, adults, and seniors alike.
  • These devices have long-lasting power and options for rechargeable batteries, lasting all day.

  • Standard BTE:-The hearing device and earpiece are separate components connected by tubing or a thin wire.
  • Mini BTE:-Smaller and more sensible than standard BTE models, with a thin tube or wire delivering sound to the ear.
  • Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) or Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) BTE:- The receiver is placed inside the ear canal and connected to the main body of the hearing aid behind the ear.
  • These Behind-the-ear hearing devices are easy to wear and sit comfortably behind your ear.
  • These are the most common hearing aids for mild to severe hearing loss.
  • These are simple to use, easy to handle, and come with adjustable settings.
  • It comes with cool features like noise reduction and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • Packed with Tech, these can have cool features like noise reduction and Bluetooth.
  • These are comfy and won’t block your ear canal.
  • These are comfy and won’t block your ear canal.
  • These are tough, water-resistant, built to last, and perfect for active lifestyles.
  • These are suitable for everyone: kids, adults, and seniors alike.
  • These devices have long-lasting power and options for rechargeable batteries, lasting all day.
Phonak in the Ear
Resound BTE
Resound RIE
Phonak BTE
Signia BTE
Signia RIC
Signia BTE

How to Use Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids?

Using your behind-the-ear hearing aid is simple:

  • Place the hearing aid behind your ear, ensuring a snug fit.
  • Insert the earpiece or receiver into your ear canal.
  • Adjust the volume and settings as needed using the controls on the hearing aid.

How to Clean Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aids?

Proper maintenance is key to keeping your behind the-ear hearing aid in top condition:

  • Wipe the hearing aid with a soft, dry cloth to remove any dirt or debris.
  • Use a brush or pick to clean the microphone and receiver ports.
  • Avoid exposing the hearing aid to moisture or liquids.
  • Store the hearing aid in a dry, cool place when not in use.
  • Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the exterior of the hearing aid daily.
  • Use a hearing aid brush to remove wax and debris from the microphone and receiver ports.
  • Do not use water or cleaning agents because they may harm the device.
  • When not in use, keep the hearing aid somewhere dry and cool.

Types

Accessories and Tools

Starkey Table Microphone
Signia StreamLine Mic
Signia Batteries
Widex Hearing Aid Dryer

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