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A hearing test is an easy and completely painless way to check how well you are hearing the sounds of life. Our free hearing screening tests your left and right ears, and identifies if hearing devices could be beneficial for you. It can be done with any kind of headphones, and takes only 3 minutes.


Hearing better with Vibe

Good hearing is essential to our everyday lives, yet most people don’t think twice about what it means to hear well. It’s easy to take for granted being able to chat with friends, enjoy music, hearing the sounds of nature, or noticing important warning signals in the environment. Experiencing hearing loss can be a slow, but devastating process as the sounds of the world gradually fade away. Luckily, the effects of hearing loss can be treated with the right hearing aids. Reclaim a full and enriched life with Vibe hearing aids.

Because hearing better is living better.


All Digital Hearing Aids

Vibe Nano 8

Completely-in-canal Virtually invisible for maximum discretion Incredible comfort, all day long Intuitive design

Vibe Mini 8 ITC

In-The-Canal Virtually invisible fit at entrance of the ear Incredible comfort, all day long Intuitive design

Vibe S8 BTE

Sleek Behind-the-ear Fits unnoticeably behind the ear Comfortable in every situation Easy to handle

Vibe P8 BTE

Vibe P8 BTE Power Behind-the-ear Fits unnoticeably Comfortable in every situation Easy to handle

Vibe P8 BTE

Vibe P8 BTE Power Behind-the-ear Fits unnoticeably Comfortable in every situation Easy to handle

Vibe P8 BTE

Vibe P8 BTE Power Behind-the-ear Fits unnoticeably Comfortable in every situation Easy to handle


What is a hearing aid?

A hearing aid is a small electronic device worn behind the ear or in the ear canal. It amplifies sound so that a person with hearing loss can hear sound better. Hearing devices have three components: a microphone, amplifier and speaker. Sound comes through the microphone and is converted into an electrical signal and sent to the amplifier. The amplifier increases the power of the signals and sends them to the ear through the speaker.


Can hearing aids improve my hearing?

That depends on what type of hearing loss you have:

Conductive hearing loss is usually caused by an obstruction in the ear canal, such as swelling due to an ear infection or a benign tumor. If your hearing healthcare professional determines your hearing loss is conductive, your hearing may return to normal once the obstruction has been removed. If your hearing does not return to normal, you may benefit from wearing a hearing aid.

Sensorineural hearing loss is caused by damage to the sensory hair cells of the inner ear. This damage can be caused by exposure to loud noise, illness, medication, injury or age. If your hearing healthcare professional determines you have sensorineural hearing loss, you may benefit from wearing a hearing aid.

Presbycusis, generally a subset of sensorineural, is the loss of hearing that occurs in most individuals as they age. This condition is common and can often be improved with hearing aids.

Why use hearing aids?

Today’s hearing aid users express a higher level of satisfaction with their devices than ever before. According to a study, more than 91 percent of those who purchase new hearing aids are highly satisfied with their purchase. What’s more, nearly 90 percent of hearing technology users would recommend hearing aids to a friend.

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