Via

Over the past decade, hearing aids have transitioned from single-purpose devices designed to improve audibility for people with hearing loss to “connected” devices that let users stream phone calls, television, music and other audio signals directly from their smartphones to their hearing aids.


With Via hearing aids you get the industry's smartest rechargeable, a solution for single-side hearing loss, and our best sounding and best performing device ever.


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A new standard in clarity and comfort

With Via, you'll enjoy supreme sound clarity, comfort, and universal connectivity. Thanks to a new technology we call Hearing RealityVia is designed to be effective in the noisiest environments. In fact, a recent independent study gave Via hearing aids the top rating compared to other manufacturers’ premium devices for reducing background noise in noisy listening environments. (1) You'll be able to hear speech more comfortably, even in a busy restaurant or coffee shop, while unwanted noises will be suppressed.


Via hearing aids work seamlessly with accessories and your favorite digital devices to help you connect to your world and to:

  • Deliver superior sound quality, listening clarity, more natural hearing and effortless transitions
  • Preserve peace and quiet while amplifying the important things, and help you better understand conversations
  • Stream phone calls, music and messages directly from your smartphone to your hearing aids
  • Offer remote programming so your hearing care professional can make minor adjustments without an office visit

Rechargeable

Available as an option, Via hearing aids you get the industry's smartest rechargeable solution in our best sounding, best performing device ever.

  • Smallest rechargeable hearing aid
  • Delivers 24* hours of superior hearing on one charge
  • The only rechargeable Receiver-In-Canal hearing aids with telecoil, making it compatible with sound systems often found in places with lots of background noise, such as a church or lecture hall

The connection between health and hearing

Hearing health is directly connected to overall health and well-being. That’s been proven, and it means people who are able to hear can engage with the world around them and live better and healthier lives.


Ever-increasing evidence also shows treatment of hearing loss with hearing aids can improve or limit some serious health issues such as cognitive decline and dementia. (2) In fact, a 2017 study revealed that treating hearing loss is the single greatest change a person can make to lower their risk for dementia. (3)


Other research supports that it’s a change worth making. Adults with moderate to severe hearing loss are three to five times more likely to develop dementia. (4) And adults with hearing loss can experience a 30 to 40 percent faster rate of cognitive decline than those with normal hearing. (5)

What making better connections sounds like

Via connects easily to Apple and Android devices via Bluetooth technology and the Thrive Hearing Control app, which offers these great features:

  • Thrive Assistant: You can conveniently troubleshoot hearing aid and accessory issues and ask a question like, “How do I customize my hearing aid settings?”**
  • Hearing Care Anywhere: Request adjustments from your hearing care professional who can then make them remotely so you don’t need to make an appointment and stop in.
  • Self check: Allows you to perform a diagnostic test of your hearing aid components.
  • Personalized control: Make personalized, real-time adjustments to suit your preferences in different listening situations.
  • Phone calls: Answer your calls with the touch of a button and hear an entire conversation streaming directly to your Via hearing aids.***
  • Remote control: Using the remote control feature in the Thrive app, you can change volume and switch memories on your hearing aids right from your smartphone.
  • Personalized memories: Create custom memories, including geotagged memories where your hearing aids will adjust automatically when you return to those locations.
  • Auto experience manager: Automatically adjusts loudness over time to help you transition to your new hearing experience in the most comfortable way possible.
  • Siri integration: You can have Siri read texts and emails directly to your Via hearing aids.****
  • Find my hearing aids: Easily locate lost hearing aids with both a location and timestamp. A signal detector sends a stronger or weaker signal based on how close you are to locating your Via hearing aids.
  • Adaptive care mode:  Via hearing aids automatically change to a setting designed to reduce the annoying sounds of driving.

Enjoy universal connectivity with wireless accessories

Our hearing aid accessories are powered with wireless connectivity to help users fully engage with the world around them.

  • TV

    Stream audio from your TV or other electronic audio source directly to your Via AI hearing aids. It offers excellent sound quality, is easy to use and supports both analog and digital input sources.

  • Remote Microphone +

    Easily stream from a variety of audio sources. And thanks to Remote Microphone +, Via is the first hearing aid to feature Amazon Alexa connectivity.

  • Mini Remote Microphone

    Enjoy one-on-one conversations in noisy environments with our small, easy-to-use Mini Remote Microphone. Clip it onto the clothing of the person you’re talking to, or use it as a TV streamer by placing it near the sound source.

  • Remote

    Our remote includes updated features so you can control memory and volume, mute your hearing aids and turn other special features on and off.

(1) Shcherbina, A., Mattsson, C. M., Waggott, D., Salisbury, H., Christle, J., Hastie, T., ... Ashley, E. A. (2017). Accuracy in wrist-worn, sensor-based measurments of heart rate and energy expenditure in a diverse cohort. Journal of Personalized Medicine, 7(2), 3. Frank, M. (2015, March). Your head is better for sensors than your wrist. Outside. Retrieved from: https://www.outsideonline.com/1957626/your-head-better- sensors-your-wrist


(2) Bassuk, S. S., Glass, T. A., & Berkman, L. F. (1999, Aug. 3). Social disengagement and incident cognitive decline in community-dwelling elderly persons. Annals of Internal Medicine, 131(3), 165-173. Béland, F., Zunzunegui, M. V., Alvarado, B., Otero, A., & Del Ser T. (2005, Nov.). Trajectories of cognitive decline and social relations. Journal of Gerontology Series B Psychological and Social Sciences, 60(6), P320-P330. Marioni, R. E., Proust-Lima, C., Amieva, H., Brayne, C., Matthews, F. E., Dartigues, J. F., & Jacqmin-Gadda, H. (2015, Oct. 24). Social activity, cognitive decline and dementia risk: a 20-year prospective cohort study. BMC Public Health, 15, 1089. Zunzunegui, M. V., Alvarado, B. E., Del Ser, T., & Otero, A. (2003, March). Social networks, social integration, and social engagement determine cognitive decline in community-dwelling Spanish older adults. Journal of Gerontology Series B Psychological and Social Sciences, 58(2), S93-S100.


* Results will vary based on wireless and feature usage


(3) Frankish, H. & Horton, R. (2017, July). Dementia prevention, intervention and care.The Lancet, 390(10113).


(4) Johns Hopkins Medicine. (2011). Hearing Loss And Dementia Linked in Study. Retrieved from: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/media/releases/hearing_loss_and_dementia_ linked_in_study


(5) Lin, F. R., Yaffe, K., Xia, J., Xue, Q., Harris, T.B., Purchase-Helzner, E., ... Simonsick, E.M. (2013). Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline in Older Adults. JAMA Internal Medicine,173(4), 293-299. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.1868


** Available on premium technology only


*** Remote Microphone + is required for Android devices


**** Only available with Apple devices

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