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Tired of missing out on conversations? Spouse complaining that you turn the TV up too loud? Want to be able to hear better at church? Tried cheap hearing aids that didn't work? Then, you need an iHear!
iHear is a line of low-cost hearing aids that are proudly made in America. If you're looking for an affordable ITE In-the-Ear hearing device, you can't go wrong with an iHear.
All iHears are backed up by our one year warranty and 30 day money-back guarantee.
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Which iHear is right for me?
I just want something basic that amplifies sound.
The Original iHear should be perfect for you.
I have trouble hearing high frequencies.
iHear Air, iHear Advance or iHear RIC would be best for you.
Everything seems loud enough, but it always seems like people are mumbling.
iHear Air, iHear Digital Pro, and iHear RIC are programmable to target certain frequencies that you’re having difficulty hearing.
I don’t hear well on the telephone.
iHear RIC comes with a telecoil which magnetically connects to all landline telephones, which means that the sound is sent straight from the telephone to your hearing aid without the need to hold the telephone up to your ear.
What’s the difference between iHear Air and iHear RIC?
iHear Air is intended for high frequency loss only. iHear RIC is intended for all around hearing loss with the same comfort and discretion as the iHear Air, has the ability to mask tinnitus symptoms, and will allow you to comfortably talk on the phone.
What's the difference between Digital iHear and Digital iHear Pro?
The ‘Pro’ in Digital iHear Pro stands for programmable. This means that it can be custom programmed to your specific hearing loss. Digital iHear Pro has four memory settings for specific environments: normal (for everyday conversation), restaurant (best for crowded areas), telephone, and music.
Digital iHear has a screw set that can be adjusted to eliminate background noise.
What’s the difference between iHear Air and iHear Advance?
iHear Air is intended for high frequency loss only. iHear Advance is intended for all around hearing loss with the same comfort and discretion as the iHear Air. Each has the ability to mask tinnitus symptoms, and will allow you to comfortably talk on the phone.
- To get the absolute best performance from your iHear, it’s highly recommended that you send us a copy of your hearing exam when purchasing iHear Air, Advance, or Digital Pro