Single-Sided Hearing Loss

Hearing Aid Style

Single-Sided Hearing Loss

Solutions for people with hearing loss in mainly one ear.

Single Sided Hearing Loss

Product Features

We typically recommend either a CROS or a BiCROS system. A CROS system consists of a single microphone and single receiver contained in two individual devices (one for each ear). The ear with little-to-no functional hearing is fit with the microphone-equipped device, and the ear with normal hearing is fit with the receiver-equipped device. Sound arriving at the ear with hearing loss will then transmit through a wireless connection to the receiver-equipped device on the normal-hearing ear — to help you hear sounds regardless of which side they’re coming from.

A BiCROS system consists of a microphone-equipped device that is fit to the poorer-hearing ear and a conventional hearing aid fit to the better-hearing ear that has some hearing loss.

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Customer Reviews

Technician was very friendly and very knowledgeable about the many aspects of her job. With this visit, Technician was friendly as always . Skills are the same

Pat Jungling, on Google

Great experience getting a baseline reading of my hearing. MacKenzie was personable, knowledgeable and explained the process and results clearly. I highly recommend her.

Barb Sowers, on Google

She was very helpful. Had a lot of knowledge on h er job.

Russell Steffen, on Google

We were so satisfied with new sound in Sumner,Ia. Our technician was amazing. She done a very good job. Actually the best we ever had. Thank you so much for helping us out. You are very much appreciated.

BARBARA JAY MILLER, on Google

I have had this problem with my hearing aides saying “normal” quite often. I’ve had several appointments where I’ve asked and they’ve tried to stop it from happening but it has never changed. It happens everywhere but especially when traveling. It is quite frequent and annoying. It even happens in...

Lola Fletcher, on Google

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