- Styles Available: All
- Features: High
- Price: Mid-High
- Hearing Aid Source Review: “Whether worn in a Behind-the-Ear or In-the-Ear style, these hearing aids rated excellent for sound quality. Unfortunately, the Completely-in-Canal (CIC) and Invisible-in-Canal (IIC) styles produced a noticeable hissing noise. The manufacturer has advised that the hissing noise from the CIC/IIC styles is a microphone or circuit noise, which may or may not be noticeable depending on the severity of one’s hearing loss. All styles, including the smallest IIC, offer wireless connectivity with the use of the Oticon Streamer Pro accessory and several connectivity options for TV, landline phones, and a remote microphone for hearing a single stream of speech at a distance or in really complex environments.”
- Manufacturer’s Page: Oticon Alta2
Superior to any other HA’s I’ve had in the past. Well worth it getting this particular brand. Quality is superior.
My hearing aid allows me to hear sounds I didn’t realize I was missing and am happy to hear again bird song.
I like the fact that they are invisable, lightweight + comfortable.
Hearing aids are only as good as the technician who sets them up.
I find, in music concerts, the sound is enhanced or diminished in certain ranges and I prefer listening without the hearing aids.
Right Ear. I like the size of this hearing aid.
Have not tried other makes. Find hearing aids distort when used with telephone.
*feedback when removing
Background noise remains an issue. Women’s voices are sometimes difficult especially with an accent.
I prefer to remove hearing aid when on phone.
Have difficulty hearing others talking when eating.