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Receiver in the ear (RITE)

Receiver in the ear hearing aids, are similar to the BTE hearing aids. RITE hearing aids are lightweight, are a smaller model and are more discreet. These hearing aids may provide you with a more comfortable fit1.



About RITE hearing aids 

  • Receiver in the ear

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    Receiver in the ear hearing aids, also known as miniRITEis another common hearing aid style and is a smaller version of the behind the ear hearing aid. Similar to the behind the ear hearing aids, the reciever in the ear hearing aids electronics arehoused in a compact case that sits behind the ear. The sound is transmitted via a discreet, hair-fine wire to the receiver seated inside your ear canal, close to the eardrum making this style more discreet.

    An individual moulded ear piece holds the loudspeaker in place, with a smaller battery. The candidacy of RITE hearing aids depends on the type of hearing loss you may have1.Receiver in the ear hearing aids come in a variety of colours including neutral colours to match your hair and skin tone, making them cosmetically appealing. 

    They are less noticeable than traditional BTE hearing aids but may be more vulnerable to earwax build-up and moisture. With the receiver being in the ear, it may be damaged by wax as opposed to a BTE mould. However, as the dome is less occluding, this can sometimes slow down wax production due to better aeration.

    We advise you to speak with your hearing healthcare expert for more guidance on RITE hearing aids.

    Hearing aid styles

Our hearing healthcare clinicians are here with you every step of the way to help you reach your full hearing potential. We are equipped with the knowledge required to provide you with recommendations and guidance in choosing the right style of hearing aid that best suits your lifestyle and hearing needs.


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Consult your hearing care professional to find the right style for your needs as not all styles.

Always read the instructions for use. Follow the instructions for use. Your clinician will advise you if this product is suitable for you.