Types of Digital Hearing Aids - Oticon Alta2

What are the different styles of digital hearing aids?

Our hearing products range from a basic digital hearing aid to the most sophisticated hearing devices on the market.

The price of hearing aids should be determined by the type and number of hearing aids (one ear or two), your listening needs, lifestyle requirements and not by the severity of your hearing loss. Choose any of the following hearing aid styles below for more information and contact any one of our seventy five branches to talk to a fully qualified audiologist.

No matter what type of hearing aid you choose, our full range of hearing aids are covered by our Lifelong Guarantee.

Oticon Alta2 Pro

Oticon changed the hearing aid industry forever in 1996 by launching the world’s first fully digital hearing aid called ‘DigiFocus’. Now with the ultimate performance of Alta2, its next-generation BrainHearing™ technology gives your brain what it needs to make sense of sound for a more natural, effortless hearing experience. Alta2 provides premium sound processing with up to 20% improvement in understanding soft speech, so you'll be able to hear more of the subtle nuances of a conversation — even a whisper.

Behind The Ear Devices

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DesignRITE (Design Receiver in the Ear)

With award-winning design these are hearing aids that look great and are very easy to handle without push buttons. More Features

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MiniRITE (Mini Receiver in the Ear)

The miniRITE style is extremely popular because of its tiny size and many features. More Features

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RITE (Receiver in the Ear)

Slightly larger than the miniRITE, but still barely noticeable. More Features

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MiniBTE (Mini Behind the Ear)

The miniBTE style is more compact than BTE (Behind-The-Ear) instruments and offers supreme acoustic performance inside a discreet design. More Features

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BTE (Behind The Ear)

More powerful than miniRITE and RITE, yet very discreet. More Features

In The Ear Devices

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IIC (Invisible-In-the-Canal)

IIC hearing aids fit far enough in your ear to be completely unnoticeable to everyone around you. More Features

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CIC (Completely In the Canal)

These are so small that they are virtually invisible and are preferred by those with wider ear canals. (Not suitable for severe hearing loss). More Features

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ITC (In The Canal)

A compact solution that fits deeper in the ear compared to the ITE style. More Features

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ITE (In The Ear)

Easy to handle and suitable for a wide range of hearing losses. More Features

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