While most individuals have some benefit with a single hearing device, research has shown that for maximum benefit, including better localization of sound and better understanding, it is best to wear a hearing device in each ear if both are within the fitting range of the device.
Articles in this section
- iHearHD User Guide
- Is the iHearHD device guaranteed to work for me?
- What Are The Contraindications (Preventive Medical Conditions) For Using The IHearHD?
- Should I use the iHearHD or iHearMAX for my hearing loss?
- What is the hearing impairment range for the iHEARHD device?
- Will I benefit from using a single device instead of a pair?
- Is the iHEARHD device water resistant?
- What are the sound profiles on the HD?
- Why do I need to check the contraindications before using the iHearHD?
- Do I have to take the iHearTest to use the iHearHD or iHearMAX?