The receiver-in-canal device is small, discreet and incredibly quick to fit; which makes it perfect for many first-time wearers.
These fit completely in the canal, with only the head of a tiny plastic line—with which you insert or remove the instrument—shows above the canal.
Behind-the-ear instruments are often the most durable hearing devices and even completely water resistant.
In-the-canal (ITC) instruments feature an earmold that fits down into the ear canal and a smaller portion that faces out into the outer ear.
Smaller, in-the-ear instruments house their technology components in a custom-formed ear mold that fits within the outer portion of the ear.
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