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The Hearing Journal 76(01):p 32, January 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000911324.95426.ef
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Sonic brings hearing aid users a suite of customization options with the launch of its Radiant hearing aid line. The devices come in five in-the-ear styles (IIC, CIC, ITC, ITE half-shell, and ITE full-shell) and three speaker levels (75 dB, 90 dB, and 100 dB) to give users the flexibility to achieve the perfect fit, whether they experience slight or severe hearing loss. A new assembly process now allows for the build of smaller devices, so many users can experience a nearly invisible fit.

Radiant custom hearing aids are available in five technology levels (100 Premium, 80 Advanced, 60 Mid-level, 40 Basic, and 20 Entry-level) and in five colors (beige, light brown, -medium brown, dark brown, or black) to better match more hair and skin tones.

“Nothing could be more personal than custom-made hearing aids built for patients’ individual ears in the size, shape, and color they most prefer,” said Carolyn Valentine, Sonic Vice President/General Manager. “With the new custom additions to our Radiant family, we remain true to our 4S Foundation, focusing on what matters most to our hearing care partners and their patients – sound that’s natural, speech understanding in noise, simplicity and style that stands out.”

The Radiant custom styles are the first Sonic products to support audio streaming on Android devices, and most are compatible with iPhone and iPads. For more information, visit www.sonici.com.

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