6 Top Rated Receiver-in-Canal Hearing Aids Reviewed: Dr. Cliff Olson

Top Rated Receiver-in-Canal Hearing Aids Reviewed. BEST Listening to Aids in 2022 | Prime 6 Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) Model. Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founding father of Utilized Listening to Options in Phoenix Arizona, critiques the highest rated listening to aids of 2022 and why this listening to help know-how this the Finest we have ever seen!

Top Rated Receiver-in-Canal Hearing Aids Reviewed

Finest Customized ITE Listening to Aids – https://youtu.be/nM0eTl54zuM
What are Finest Practices? – https://youtu.be/4F1pkDhb8ys
What are Actual Ear Measures? – https://youtu.be/cHR0Oa6I-wY

00:00 – Intro
2:52 – Phonak Audeo Paradise Life
5:50 – Oticon Extra
8:02 – ReSound One
9:33 – Signia Pure Cost and Go AX & T AX
11:48 – Starkey Evolv Ai
14:53 – Widex Second


Discovering the Finest listening to help for you might be troublesome. No single listening to help Model, Make, or Mannequin is ideal for everybody. With a purpose to discover what’s greatest for you, it’s good to spend the time essential to establish the listening to help with the perfect options and the perfect skilled help. 2022 is shaping as much as be the Finest Yr Ever to deal with your listening to loss attributable to the entire technological innovation from 2021!


20 thoughts on “6 Top Rated Receiver-in-Canal Hearing Aids Reviewed: Dr. Cliff Olson”

  1. Left ear is missing some higher pitch sounds vs the perfect hearing right ear. I am an audiophile so only need the left ear hearing aid. I have one demo the More 1.

    What would be the best hearing aid company for only listening to music for 4 to 5 hours a day? I have very mild loss in my right ear at age 69.

  2. I would like to know what is the difference between Phonak Paradise 90 versus the Kirkland 10 hearing aid. It seems you are paying 3 times more for virtually the same hearing aid. Opinions are appreciated. Thanks.

  3. Great Information, best for severe tinnitus would have been great (Widex never worked well for me) and last PRICE is essential for all of us, please do not disregard the import of this.

  4. I am 77 and have had total nerve deafness in my left ear all my life. In the last few years the hearing in my right ear has been slowly going bad. I speak too loudly, have trouble understanding soft spoken people or tv which I need to play too loudly. I have no trouble with telephones or understanding loud tv. Can I use just one aid in my right ear?

  5. Hi Doctor Cliff,
    I am new to hearing aids and am told I have RSHL which I guess is hard to program. Is there a hearing aid you would suggest and any features or setup I should request?
    Thank you!

  6. Hearing issues


    I am looking for some guidance on improving my current situation. A couple years ago I came down with a sinus infection. At the same time my hearing decreased a lot. I went to a local ear specialist and took all the hearing tests. The result is near deaf in both ears, usable with louder sounds. I also came down with an ear infection that; the specialist sent me to another doctor for sucking the material from both ears. They did do that. Neither doctor said anything about getting rid of the infection.

    In the covid age medical visits are more roulette than accomplishment. I have never been able to get rid of the infection. It has become a dreary exercise every day, as well as some vertigo that I think is related to it. Is there anything I can do DIY to get rid of the infection?

    Age: 72
    Location: East Coast


  7. I have a question. I have a over the ear hearing aid that’s is going out do to the cord. It sometimes stop working and easy fix is to bring it in and replace it.
    My question is just how good are the cords that connect to the ear mode? Are they relabel? Or am I going to be changing them constantly when they keep going out. I had to change mine out every year.
    The funny thing I’m using my Apple iPod as a listening device. Only problem I have to use my iPhone. Cause it act as microphone. Anyway, any help about the cord would be much appreciated.

  8. My hearing aid specialist just ordered me Bernafon Alpha Mini Rite rechargeable hearing aids I was offered Phonak if i wanted but i guess it is not their house brand.Have you had any experience with Bernafon since they did not make your list of 6

  9. Mine are hidden in my ear,they are red and blue. The right one is red and the blue is for the left. I have a 90 day trial on them.
    So far I don't care for them. Back ground noise is a big problem, and the blue on squeeks and squils and then when it's working it starts beeping. I have small ear canales and these keep slipping out. I do grab my ear to open it by pulling it up and back.
    I lost my hearing over night in my left ear, All of it. My right is no help that one is half gone,has been since I was 5 years old, which ones would be best for me? Oh I have multiple sclerosis and seizures.
    Thank you so much.
    Have a great week 😀


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