Receiver-In-The-Ear (RITE) Hearing Aids
A RITE is a type of digital hearing aid similar to BTE styles, meaning that the body of the hearing aids sits behind the ear. However, unlike BTE devices, in which the speaker sits in the outer ear, in RITE aids the speaker is in the ear canal.
Please contact a hearing professional at East Tennessee Audiologists in Lenoir City, TN, today for more information on how this type of hearing aid may help you.
RITE Hearing Aid Advantages
Receiver-in-the-ear hearing aids have a convenient design that provides a natural experience for the wearer. Leaving the ear canal open makes this auditory device both comfortable and highly effective. This hearing aid style is so small, lightweight, and discreet that it’s easy to forget one is wearing it.
Thanks to the latest hearing aid technology, RITE systems provide sufficient sound processing and amplification even for people who need powerful hearing enhancement.
Because the receiver is close to the eardrum, the system works more efficiently than in devices that place the receiver in the outer ear. The result is improved hearing clarity and extended battery life.
People also call RITE systems “Bluetooth hearing aids” because they can connect to audio streaming from devices such as TVs, smartphones, and other hearing aid accessories.
Who Should Opt for RITE Hearing Aids?
RITE devices are a recommended option for patients who suffer from significant hearing loss and want a device that makes no compromises on sound quality, comfort, and aesthetics.
Find the RITE Hearing Aid for You
Are you wondering whether a RITE aid can answer your hearing needs? Call East Tennessee Audiologists in Lenoir City, TN, at (865) 816-6525 today to speak with a hearing care professional or schedule an appointment to have your hearing tested.
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