All there is to know on how they work and the technology behind them.
If you’ve decided that a hearing aid is the right choice to aid in your hearing journey, the experts at Miracle-Ear are here to help. Explore our range of modern hearing devices, learn about our ever-expanding technology, and find the hearing aid that will help you reconnect with the things and people you love.
Hearing aids are small but powerful electronic devices designed to discreetly assist your hearing. Powered by batteries, hearing aids include three essential parts: the microphone, amplifier, and speaker.
Through the microphone, sounds in your environment are picked up and converted into a digital signal. The amplifier increases the power of the signal, which is then sent into your ear through a speaker (also known as a receiver). This basic function is essential to all hearing aids, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have a vast array of styles, sizes, and additional technologies to choose from. Your hearing needs are unique, and your hearing aid should be a custom fit for your lifestyle.
Miracle-Ear hearing aids come in a wide variety of styles and solutions. From nearly invisible small hearing aids to the super powerful, we have a number of different hearing devices to fit your preferences. Our highly-trained hearing care professionals will make sure that we match the correct technology to your lifestyle. The hearing aid combinations and possibilities are endless. Discover types of hearing aids.
Miracle-EarENERGYGO™ rechargeable hearing aids help you make the most of your on-the-go lifestyle. Our receiver-in-canal (RIC) style hearing aid provides superior sound quality with a discreet look.
Our hearing aids and devices can be custom-molded to fit directly in your ear canal, or designed to fit comfortably behind your ear. Whether you're trying to find the most powerful solution, or the most inconspicuous, there's a Miracle-Ear device for you.
The best hearing aids are able to amplify intelligently—using directional microphones, speech isolation and digital noise reduction to diminish background noise and distinguish the sounds we most want to hear. The noise cancelling hearing aids then process the sounds, making them clearer and removing other distractions for easier listening and comprehension.