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BEST Custom Hearing Aids of 2022 | 4 Top Rated In-The-Ear (ITE) Version

The BEST Listening to Aids of 2022 | Customized In-The-Ear (ITE) Model. Physician Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founding father of Utilized Listening to Options in Phoenix Arizona, Critiques the BEST Customized In-The-Ear Listening to Aids in 2022.

BEST Receiver-in-Canal Listening to Aids of 2022 –
What are Greatest Practices? –
Starkey Evolv Ai Listening to Help Assessment –
Singia AX Listening to Help Assessment –
Phonak Virto Marvel Listening to Help Assessment –

0:00 Introduction
2:43 What Are Greatest Practices?
2:53 Greatest Follow Professional Member
3:52 Starkey Evolv Ai Customized Rechargeable Half Shell & Full Shell ITE
6:46 Starkey Evolv Ai Customized Wi-fi CIC
8:14 Signia Insio Pure Cost & Go AX Rechargeable ITE
10:17 Phonak Virto Marvel Black Half Shell & Full Shell

The 4 High Rated Customized In-The-Ear Listening to aids, in some circumstances, are even higher than the High Rated Receiver-in-Canal listening to aids which can be usually thought of the Greatest Listening to Aids within the World.


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  • I follow your channel faithfully and enjoy all of the information. I think you're doing your listeners a disservice by not fully explaining the difference between Low energy Bluetooth and Bluetooth classic. I think sonova the manufacturer of phonac is one of the few that uses Bluetooth classic. I tried a resound presa helix in the ear hearing aid and it worked great right up until January 13th when android updated my phone to iPhone to the 12 operating system. Suddenly Bluetooth stopped working. These updates are very common on android phones and 3/4 of the phone market is android not iPhone. Resound to thought that Google was going to create a patch to fix the problem only to find out that they weren't and it was going to be a problem for resound. Who knows when they'll get around to that period one we're done upward for them. Consumers left behind. So I spent thousands of dollars on an in the ear hearing aid because of the mask issue only to have it sitting in a desk drawer. One heck of a disappointment. I did try the phonak verto black Before the presa and there were problems with the application on the phone so every time I got a notification it would it would change my settings. That got returned. I also tried the The Livio AI edge 90 and that hearing aid was c***. Bluetooth Connection was horrible. That 1 got returned to too. In my opinion these hearing aids are too expensive to be performing so poorly. Yes I know it's not your grandfather's hearing aid but I'm not my grandfather.

  • Do all four of these ITE HAs cause occlusion? That might be a deal breaker for me. I'm researching for my first pair.

  • Thank you for all that you provide for the hearing impaired individuals. You mentioned at the beginning of this presentation about the possibilities of in the ear devises that now can accommodate for the severe hearing loss individual. Unless I missed your indication, which of these listed is best fit for the severe hearing loss individual? I ask this as my last set of hearing aid are behind the ear, due to my hearing loss and made by Signia. I am not very pleased with there performance but then my hearing provider (Hear USA) is not one of the "best Practice" care professionals to say the least. I would prefer the in the ear device moving forward but was told that behind the ear is best for my condition.
    Thank you so much for all that you provide... Frank

  • Just asking here as it's the most recent. Have you done a video on just the Bluetooth capabilities of different hearing aids? Not just the ones with Bluetooth, but how the Bluetooth actually works. In one video that I saw you said that Starkey was the worst for Bluetooth. Going to be a new wearer soon. Thanks.

  • Thank you so much for your video. I was anxiously expecting.

    I wear ITE Widex hearing aids since 2007. First the Diva, changed to Dream in 2014, and now I must replace them. Unfortunately, up to now, Widex did not come up with bluetooth capable ITE model. Only BTE. I tried them, but I hate to wear BTE, glasses and face mask. Maybe if I still can hold back a few more months, Widex will come up with some news, considering the Moment is from 2020.

    I am living in Brazil and presently Signia is only working with ITE that are two versions older than the AX models.

    I will try to see what I can get from Phonak and Starkey.

    Thanks again for your videos.