Audibel hearing aids are made by a company based across America. There are over 1,000 Audibel Centres for Hearing Excellence and over 2,000 specially trained hearing professionals with the expertise to help and advise customers chose the best hearing aid for them.
The Audibel hearing aid is powered by a smart chip known as the nFusion technology and is available with Audibel’s Virtue series. The Audibel Virtue hearing aid uses the software Inspire OS and Audibel sequel programing, which learns and provides a more accurate fit. Therefore, allowing the user to adapt better to its surroundings and their hearing becomes clearer. The Virtue Audibel hearing aids were even featured on Paul Harvey’s radio station – America’s most listened to and most beloved radio personality.
The styles of hearing aids include behind the ear (BTE), on the ear (OTE), receiver in the canal (RIC), in the ear (ITE), in the canal (ITC) and completely in the canal (CIC).
Hearing loss in the early stages should be identified for effective treatment and rehabilitation. As a result, Audibel have developed questions for you to assess your symptoms, to determine whether you need to contact a hearing professional. You can download the Audibel’s Hearing Self-Evaluation brochure.
In addition, Audibel have developed a comprehensive online Hearing Loss Simulator. This helps you to understand how loss of hearing can affect speech comprehension and demonstrates the loss of hearing audio differences.
If you are unsure of whether you are suited for an Audibel hearing aid, or have any questions, you are advised to contact a hearing professional, who can determine which hearing aid is best suited to your needs and can tailor the outcome to best match your hearing profile.