Hearing Aids that Help You Reconnect

The perfect hearing aid for you depends on your type of hearing loss, your lifestyle, and your personal preferences. EarQ works with leading hearing aid manufacturers to give you more options to hear and reconnect with the world around you.

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Hearing Aid Styles

There is a style of hearing aid for everyone. Featuring sleek and discreet design, today's hearing aids fit some of the world's most advanced technology comfortably inside your ear canal or behind your ear.

EarQ hearing aid style - behind the ear
Behind-the-Ear
As the name suggests, BTE hearing aids are designed to rest comfortably behind your ear. A small, clear, plastic tube transfers sound from the device to a tiny speaker or custom ear mold that sits in your ear canal.
EarQ hearing aid style - receiver in canal
Receiver-in-the-Canal
RIC hearing aids also rest behind your ear, but their sound receivers sit within your ear canal instead of inside the device unit. The part behind your ear just contains the technology that processes the sounds.
EarQ hearing aid style - in the ear
In-the-Ear
ITE hearing aids are designed to rest completely inside your outer ear. To ensure the devices are a perfect fit, your hearing healthcare professional will take a mold of your ear.
EarQ hearing aid style - in the canal
In-the-Canal
ITC hearing aids sit almost completely inside your ear canal and are designed to be less noticeable than other styles. Similar to ITE hearing aids, ITC devices are created using a custom mold of your ear canal.
EarQ hearing aid style - completely in canal
Completely-in-the-Canal
Extremely small, CIC hearing aids are comfortably molded to sit fully inside your ear canal, making them invisible to others.
EarQ hearing aid style - BTE power plus
BTE Power Plus
For severe hearing loss, BTE power plus models are larger due to the battery size and technology needed for increased amplification.
EarQ hearing aid style - RIC mini-rite
RIC Mini-Rite
Some hearing aids in the receiver-in-the-canal family also come available in the mini-rite sub-style. These typically reprsent a smaller device and a sleeker shape.

Technology & Features

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Tinnitus Therapy

Tinnitus, a perception of sound in the ears and/or head, affects more than 50 million Americans. It commonly presents as a ringing, buzzing, or whooshing noise; however, the sound and pitch varies from person to person. Tinnitus typically occurs after exposure to loud noises and damage to the ear's hair cells. Some people experience persistent tinnitus, for which there is no cure.

While there is no known cure for tinnitus, some hearing aids have tinnitus therapy features. This advanced technology provides soothing tones and enhances speech to distract your brain from the noise. It's time to stop the ringing in your ears. See EarQ's selection of tinnitus therapy hearing aids.

Featured Device:

Cell Series

EarQ Cell Series Hearing Aid EarQ P BT Series Hearing Aid EarQ T-Z11 Series Hearing Aid
Tinnitus Therapy

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Put Your Hearing to the Test

Sometimes, hearing loss happens so gradually that it can be difficult to notice at first. However, there are some common signs that indicate you may have hearing loss. Want some answers now? Take this short survey to determine if it's time for you to make a hearing appointment.

Take a 3-minute hearing test!

Read the following statements and select “yes” if they apply to you most of the time, “sometimes” if they apply once in a while, and “no” if they don't apply at all.

I have trouble hearing the other person on the phone.

YES SOMETIMES NO

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