Products and Styles of Hearing Aids

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40% - 75% off MSRP, Starkey, Phonak, Oticon, GN ReSound, Sivantos (Siemens), Widex (Sivantos & Widex Merged to Become WS Audiology) and MED-EL (Bone Conduction System):

Hearing Aid Repairs with 1 (one) warranty for all Brands.

Which is the best of all hearing aid types?

reNew Hearing prefers to sell hearing aids made by the "major manufactures", who distribute over 450 different brands! Unlike the "franchise" retailers (see partial list at end of page) our patients may have their hearing aids serviced at any authorized retailer around the world should the need arise. A "franchise" hearing aid is from a single top manufacturer that is "Branded" and must be serviced by the franchise.  Should you ever find yourself with a "franchise" aid in need of service and a franchise is not a reasonable distance from you, please call us as you do have options the franchise industry does not want you to know.

Hearing Aid Technology

Hearing aid technology has made significant changes over the past several years and continues to evolve. Almost 99% of new hearing aid fittings today at reNew Hearing use digital technology.

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NEW digital Frequency Lowering/Swapping Technology

In the past, we typically had two choices with patients who have a more precipitous loss, which dropsHigh Freq Loss down to 70-90 dB or more in the highs.  Not an easy fit.  Crank up the gain (volume) in the highs, hope that some audibility is better than no audibility and that we don’t run into feedback; or, roll off the gain in the highs, eliminating potential feedback problems and maybe even getting a “sounds better” from the patient.   Today, we have a third choice—frequency lowering...

Study by Cambridge University in England Reveals Key Answer

   Until recently, there was no practical way to identify dead regions of hearing cells in the ear. However, a new British-developed procedure using standard
 test equipment now allows for identification of dead hearing cell regions. The study suggests that the presence or absence of dead regions may have serious implications in the fitting of hearing aids.

Research reveals that amplifying dead cells is a mistake which will result in poorer speech understanding in noise. A new type of digitally programmable microcircuit is now available using n
anoscience technology that can be programmed to bypass the dead cells. As a result, the patient’s usable hearing cells receive amplification, thereby improving speech understanding in noise. Employing a like method in diagnostic testing using a specialized speech in noise test, simulates hearing in a noisy crowd. This helps determine maximum speech understanding by frequency shaping the new hearing aid. The results have been phenomenal.

   These new products come in all styles and custom mold shell sizes, including the smallest digital models. Most major hearing aid brand manufacturers now have some form of this technology available.

Latest New Hearing Aid Technology...


ADHEAR is a novel hearing system revolutionizing the concept of bone conduction

ADHEAR is a non-surgical

 hearing solution making it possible for you to use the system without surgery and benefit immediately from better hearing. Perhaps you are curious to know what hearing via bone conduction is like? Simply contact us and test ADHEAR before you go for it. The system’s simplicity makes it possible. It is as easy as: Stick. Click. Hear.

Your hearing specialist can tell you more about your testing options.

Livio™ AI is the world’s first hearing aid to provide both superior sound quality and the ability to track body and brain health. Featuring integrated sensors and artificial intelligence, Livio AI redefines what a hearing aid can do.

Made for iPhone

Made for iPhone hearing aids

Apple collaborated with Starkey, ReSound to introduce Made for iPhone hearing aids that will deliver a power-efficient, high-quality digital audio experience (Requires iPhone 4S or later and iOS 6 or later). Made for iPhone hearing aids is available NOW!

Starkey: Introducing Halo 2™, a Made for iPhone® hearing aid engineered to be compatible with iPhone, iPad® and iPod touch®.  

Sold under the Starkey brand name, Halo combines Starkey Hearing Technologies’ superior hearing technology (3 technology levels, 1600, 2000 & 2400) with iOS to deliver a revolutionary solution that makes every aspect of life better – from conversations to phone calls to listening to music. Halo will connect with the TruLink™ Hearing Control app, which is available as a free download in the App Store.

Together, Halo and TruLink deliver the most personalized hearing experience ever, and are designed to:

  • Stream calls from your iPhone directly to your hearing aids using Bluetooth® 4.0 wireless technology
  • Use your iPhone remotely to control your hearing aids
  • Deliver pristine sound and exceptional listening clarity
  • Help you hear comfortably in noise
  • Eliminate buzzing and whistling
  • Stream FaceTime®, music and more directly to your hearing aid

In addition to seamless integration with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Halo 2 hearing aids are also stand-alone hearing aids packed with Starkey Hearing Technologies’ best-in-class performance features including feedback cancellation, adaptive noise management and directionality.

TruLink Apple Watch

Halo is now compatible with Apple Watch.

Android Compatibility,
Trulink™ Hearing Control app for Android™ is now compatible with the following devices, providing additional connectivity options for you.

  • Samsung Galaxy S®6
  • HTC One® M8
  • HTC One® M7

TruLink is also compatible with Samsung Galaxy S®4 and S®5, 6, 7 and Samsung Galaxy Note®3 and Note®4 with more models coming soon.

The TruLink Hearing Control app is now available on Google Play for select Android Phones. The TruLink Hearing Control app enhances every hearing experience:

For the latest information about the Halo hearing aid and TruLink technology platform, visit 

Analog Technology

The hearing aid industry does not manufacture as many analog hearing aids as in the past and some manufacturers only make digital devices. There are some long-term hearing aid patients who favor analog technology and continue to wear this circuitry today. The best circuitry option for the patient is a combination of which technology will provide the most benefit and which sound the patient is most comfortable wearing.

Some patients with more severe hearing loss do not like the sound quality of digital hearing aids when compared with their analog devices. Their auditory system has become accustomed to the analog aid/s. In the past there were analog hearing aids and then analog programmable hearing aids. When digital technology became widely available, many hearing lossOld and New Hearing Aid patients switched to that technology. Most new hearing aids today are developed using digital technology and your hearing specialist will help you determine which circuitry is better for your specific hearing needs.

Digital Technology

When you are fit with digital hearing aids, your hearing test is stored in the reNew Hearing database. Your hearing specialist then connects your hearing aid to the computer and programs the device so it can read the degree and pattern of hearing loss (prescription) for the individual ear. This allows the hearing aids to be customized for your individual hearing loss. Digital hearing aids will have some ability to automatically change the volume and/or noise for you, and/or you may change the volume and/or memory settings for different noise environments depending on the technology of the hearing aids.

reNew Hearing offers heavily discounted prices.

Technology Levels (Digital)

Premium (Best) Hearing Aids

  • 2 - 3 year warranty
  • 2 - 3 year professional services
  • One-time loss and damage protection per aid
  • Bluetooth or accessory package available
  • Best hearing aids available; function well in even the most difficult environments
  • You have a very active lifestyle and seek hearing improvement:
    • In group settings
    • In environments with significant background noise
    • With automatic functionality
    • Tinnitus - deliver all-day relief from ringing in your ears

Advanced Hearing Aids

  • 2 year warranty
  • 2 year professional services
  • One-time loss and damage protection per aid
  • Bluetooth or accessory package available
  • You have an active lifestyle and seek hearing improvement:
    • In group settings
    • In environments with moderate background noise
    • With automatic functionality

Standard (Basic) Hearing Aids

  • 1 - 2 year warranty
  • 1 year professional services
  • One-time loss and damage protection per aid
  • You have a somewhat active lifestyle and seek hearing improvement:
    • In small group settings
    • In quiet environments with mild background noise
    • Hearing the TV and phone

Entry Level (Economy) Hearing Aids

  • 1 - 2 year warranty
  • 1 - 2 year professional services
  • One-time loss and damage protection per aid
  • You lead a quiet lifestyle and seek hearing improvement:
    • In one-on-one conversations
    • In quiet environments with minimal background noise

    Reminder: Extended warranties are available, however we DO NOT recommend purchasing them with a NEW purchase. We find this can save our patients hundreds of dollars with no risk! At any time after the manufacturer's warranty expires, if or when your aids need repair, you may purchase a one (1) year warranty and have aid/s repaired.

Hearing aids come in many common styles, though not every one is right for every individual. Factors such as the wearer’s level of hearing loss, size of ear canal, even dexterity issues impact which style your hearing care professional ultimately recommends.

The world’s most common style. Available in regular, mini or Power.

Hearing aids consist of a hard plastic case worn behind the ear and connected to a plastic earmold that fits inside the outer ear. The electronic parts are held in the case behind the ear. Sound travels from the hearing aid through the earmold and into the ear. BTE aids are used by people of all ages for mild to profound hearing loss.
A new kind of BTE aid is an open-fit hearing aid. Small, open-fit aids fit behind the ear completely, with only a narrow tube inserted into the ear canal, enabling the canal to remain open. For this reason, open-fit hearing aids may be a good choice for people who experience a buildup of earwax, since this type of aid is less likely to be damaged by such substances. In addition, some people may prefer the open-fit hearing aid because their perception of their voice does not sound “plugged up.”
Receiver-In-Canal Hearing Aids Small, discreet, and quick to fit. Perfect for many first-time wearers.
This Open Ear style is often called Receiver-in-the-Ear (RITE).

Waterproof (*100% Water Resistant) Hearing Aids

Great video of waterproof (*FDA requires the phrase water resistant) products from Fidelity Hearing.

In-The-Ear Hearing Aids

Custom earmold that fits within the outer portion of the ear.

Hearing aids fit completely inside the outer ear and are used for mild to severe hearing loss. The case holding the electronic components is made of hard plastic. Some ITE aids may have certain added features installed, such as a telecoil. A telecoil is a small magnetic coil that allows users to receive sound through the circuitry of the hearing aid, rather than through its microphone. This makes it easier to hear conversations over the telephone. A telecoil also helps people hear in public facilities that have installed special sound systems, called induction loop systems. Induction loop systems can be found in many churches, schools, airports, and auditoriums. ITE aids usually are not worn by young children because the casings need to be replaced often as the ear grows.
In-The-Canal Hearing Aids Custom earmold fits in the ear canal. Smaller portion shows in outer ear.

Canal aids fit into the ear canal and are available in two styles. The in-the-canal (ITC) hearing aid is made to fit the size and shape of a person’s ear canal.

Completely-In-Canal Hearing Aids

Only the head of a tiny plastic line shows outside the canal.

A completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid is nearly hidden in the ear canal. Both HS and CIC types are used for mild to moderately severe hearing loss.
Because they are small, canal aids may be difficult for a person to adjust and remove. In addition, canal aids have less space available for batteries and additional devices, such as a telecoil. They usually are not recommended for young children or for people with severe to profound hearing loss because their reduced size limits their power and volume.

Invisible ProductsLyric Invisible Hearing Aid

Invisible-In-Canal (IIC) rest in or in front of the second bend of the ear canal, where virtually no one can see them.

Extended wear hearing aids in front of Eardrum, past second bend of canal, Lyric by Phonak. Worn 24/7 for months at a time, annual subscriptions available. Very Deep InsertionA NEW pair is replaced by specialist, in office, every few months.

No Batteries Needed No Batteries Needed

One of the first hMadame de Meuron with ear trumpetearing aids, the Metal Ear, was created in the 17th century and was made to be put over ears.[1] The hearing aids created in the beginning of the 19th century were bulky devices that would sit on tables. Later, in the 19th century, ear trumpets and cones were used as hearing aids.[2]

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Hearing Loss Prevention Starts Here

Hearing loss can be a direct result of an occupation, a recreational activity or simply exposure to loud sounds. From specialty custom earplugs to musicians' sound attenuators, reNew Hearing offers a variety of protection and listening enhancement products. Talk to your hearing specialist for details about your hearing protection and listening needs.


For Shooters

SoundGear one-size fits all

Whether it's game movement, trap release or range commands, hearing is an important element of your shooting accuracy, safety and enjoyment. Our one-size fits-all SoundGear™ products are designed to extend the range of your hearing, while limiting the harmful effects of muzzle blasts. When you purchase from reNew Hearing, we check for proper fit. You don't get that personalized service from an online purchase! Talk to your hearing specialist to find out if you could benefit from SoundGear or visit for more information.
1 year warranty, 30 day return policy.
Only $549 Pair.

Custom Protection

Industrial Hearing Protection

Custom fit earplugs provide outstanding noise protection for a variety of recreational and occupational environments. reNew Hearing offers a wide range of options to choose from. Talk to your hearing specialist to find the protection that's right for you.

Musicians Ears

Musician Earplugs

Soft, custom (made for your ears) earplugs can help protect your ears while listening to music or loud environments where you need to understand speech. 3 interchangeable buttons for 9, 15 or 25dB of sound reduction while preserving music quality. Talk to your hearing specialist for more information.
90 day warranty/90 day return policy.
Starting at $298 pair!
Special... $489 pair with 3 pairs of interchangeable buttons.

Musicians Earplugs are a custom product, made individually for each user. They can be purchased from licensed hearing professionals.

Musicians practice and perform in a variety of different settings. They are exposed to high levels of sound, sometimes for long periods and may require different amounts of protection depending on sound levels encountered during rehearsals and performance. Some musicians use one type of attenuator in one ear and one type in the other, depending on the source and location of the sound.

  • Benefits
    • Musicans Ear PlugsReduces sound levels evenly so that music and speech are clear and natural, notmuffled as with other earplugs
    • Reduces risk of hearing damage for many noisy occupations and noisy venues, such as airshows, parades, athletic events and motor sports
    • Enhances the music experience for audiences while protecting hearing
    • Lets musicians hear their own instrument and their blend with others
  • Features
    • 3 levels of sound reduction: 9 dB, 15 dB and 25 dB
    • Interchangeable buttons
    • Custom earmolds require ear impressions
  • Tips
    • Regular use of these high-fidelity earplugs while practicing, performing and listening to music will protect hearing from the cumulative effects of overexposure to loud sound throughout life.
    • A little time may be required to acclimate to these earplugs. Many musicians report that they hear their own instruments better, as well as the balance with those around them.

Which Musicians Earplug is Right for You? Music                 ETY

  ER•9 ER•15 ER•25 ETY•Plugs Harmful Sound
Comes From:
Small strings   Own instrument, other strings
Large strings   Brass
Woodwinds     Brass, percussion
Brass   Own instrument, other brass
Flutes     Percussion
Percussion   Own instruments, other percussion
Vocalists   Own voice, speakers, monitors
Acoustic guitar   Drums, speakers, monitors
Amplified instruments   Speakers, monitors
Marching bands     Multiple sources
Music teachers     Multiple sources
Recording engineers     Speakers, monitors
Sound crews     Speakers, monitors

Ref: Chasin, M. Musicians and the Prevention of Hearing Loss. Singular Publishing Group


Are there advantages of custom Musicians Earplugs over one-size fits-all, ready-fit ETY•Plugs?


ETY•Plugs reduce sound by 20 dB and are ideal for a wide range of occupations, musical events and recreational activities. Musicians Earplugs have interchangeable attenuator buttons that offer three levels of protection—9 dB,15 dB, 25 dB—to accommodate different playing styles, sound levels and venues. Musicians Earplugs are the ultimate in comfort because they are customized.

reNew Hearing offers a variety of excellent options for people looking for custom audio and communication solutions — from musicians and music aficionados to specialty options for particular occupations.

Tunz Custom

For Musicians

Music has never been more personal. Discover Tunz™ custom-fit in-ear audio monitors, which give you control of your stage mix and help you block out unwanted noise. Visit for more information about custom-fit in-ear monitors created especially for musicians.

Tunz Custom Music

For Music Aficionados

From MP3s to gaming devices, computers and more, experience the ultimate in listening enjoyment with custom headphones and personal audio, made precisely for your ears. Visit for more information.

Custom Earphone

For the Phone

Custom earphone molds help you hear your conversations more clearly. And, custom earmolds are comfortable and less likely to fall out. Contact reNew Hearing for details.

Franchise Hearing aid reference list

The following is a partial list of hearing aids that are called "franchise" hearing aids. They are made by major manufacturers, but are sold under different labels. reNew Hearing prefers to sell hearing aids made by the "major manufactures", who distribute over 450 different brands!

A "franchise" hearing aid must be serviced by the franchise.  Should you ever find yourself with a "franchise" aid in need of service and a franchise is not a reasonable distance from you, please call us as you do have options the franchise industry does not want you to know.

Miracle Ear  made by Siemens, 1/15/15 Siemans name licenced by Sivantos made in singapore
EARQ, HEARX (HearUSA may operate as HEARx or HEARx West), SONUS, AVADA (does not disclose or show their hearing aids on-line)  & AUDIGY  multiple products made by major manufacturers.
Amplifon USA is parent company to four of North America's providers of hearing instruments and services: Miracle-Ear, Sonus, HearPO and the Elite Hearing Network.
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