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Siemens Pure Technology

With the smallest possible RIC configuration, a range of blend-in colors*, and a host of sophisticated features, Pure is designed for complete discretion.

Sound Comfort

FeedbackStopper quickly detects, isolates, and eliminates whistling before it starts.


SoundLearning™ 2.0 learns and automatically adjusts to your individual hearing preferences regardless of your environment.

Speech Clarity

Automatically senses when someone is speaking to you. No matter what direction the voice comes from, it will help you understand what's being said.

Siemens Pure Features

With a wide range of power and performance levels, as well as an array of colors, you are sure to find the ideal solution to suit your individual needs. The table below shows the various intelligent features hiding inside the different Pure hearing instruments.

Siemens Pure Accessories

"I'm hooked on my Tek or miniTek. Wirelessly."


Pure works seamlessly and discreetly with various optional accessories.

Connects wirelessly with MP3 players, cellular phones, TVs and other Bluetooth®-enabled devices.
So small and light, miniTek only weights 2 ounces and is about the size of a matchbox.

Tek wireless connectivity

connects wirelessly to phones, MP3 players, TVs and other audio devices.
Streams stereo sound directly to your Pure instruments.

ProPocket and ePen* remote controls

Effortless fingertip control over virtually all instrument functions.
Small enough to fit into a purse or pocket for quick and discreet adjustments.
*Winner of the IF design award"

Siemens PURE Batteries

Siemens Pure RIC runs on both rechargeable and standard hearing instrument batteries.
The new eCharger has an electronic drying function to protect instruments from humidity.
Siemens Pure hearing aids

In The Ear Hearing Aids (ITE)

Custom (ITE) hearing instruments are used for mild to severe hearing loss. Custom instruments sit entirely within the ear and are fitted individually based on an impression of the wearer's ear.

The pictures illustrate the range of styles from the so-called Micro-CIC instrument, which fits completely in the ear canal to the full-shell hearing instrument, which completely fills the bowl of the ear.

Completely in the canal
Completely in the canal

The CIC is the smallest available model and is the most invisible in the ear.
In the canal hearing aid
In the canal hearing aid

The Mini Canal is slightly smaller than the canal and very appropriate for smaller ears.
Half shell hearing aid
Half shell hearing aid

The Half Shell offers cosmetic appeal and room for a full range of options.
Full shell hearing aid
Full shell hearing aid

This model may be easier to handle and is available with an optional telecoil for telephone use.

Behind The Ear Hearing Aids (BTE)

BTEs are used for all types of hearing loss from mild to profound. They come in a variety of styles from Miniature-BTEs to the larger SuperPower instruments. Many offer multiple directional microphone systems for improved understanding of speech in noisy situations.

Behind-the-ear systems can be open or closed. Closed means that the fitted ear mold almost completely fills the outer ear and ear canal.

They are versatile and suitable for a variety of hearing losses. Conventional BTEs offer more power and can be more inconspicuous. They may offer easier handling because they are larger.

BTE Conventional BTE Conventional

Behind the ear Hearing Aid The ear mold connects a BTE instrument to the ear and is individually shaped for each wearer. It is important because it fulfills multiple functions for acoustics and better hearing. One of the most important tasks of the ear mold is to conduct the amplified sound to the eardrum.
BTE Open fitting BTE Open fitting

Open fittings use a thin tube in place of an ear mold to connect the BTE instrument to the ear. Open fittings are more comfortable and avoid the collection of moisture in the ear. They are only suitable for certain hearing losses, but the advantages include sound quality and comfort.
Receiver in teh canal (RIC) Receiver in the canal (RIC)

RIC hearing aids fittings look quite similar to the open fittings. However, the receiver is placed within the canal and connected to the BTE unit via a thin tube. Since the receiver is no longer within the behind-the-ear unit, the BTE unit is particularly small, light, and inconspicuous .
In the crest (ITC) In the crest (ITC)

Vibe™ hearing systems are developed with a special design that does not fit the category of ITE or BTE. Vibe fits along the bowl of the ear, thus combining several benefits: the natural acoustic advantage provided by the outer ear is preserved, the ear canal itself stays open, and no interference with glasses.

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