What is a Receiver In canal Hearing Aid?
Receiver In canal hearing aids sit on top of the ear and have a thin wire that comes out of the main body. This wire is attached to the receiver (or speaker) this then along with either a dome or custom mould sits closer to the eardrum to give the best quality sound.
How do Receiver In canal Hearing Aids work?
Microphones in the hearing aid unit collect sounds and convert this into electrical signals. These signals are then transmitted down the wire into the receiver, and converted back into sounds, which then comes out next to your eardrum.