Model Comparison & Recommendation
Professional Medical-Grade Hearing Aids
What is the Difference Between the AudixPro and AudixMax?
Detailed below you will see that the technical features of the AudixPro and AudixMax are the same. The difference is created in the delivery system of the amplified sound.
As illustrated below, the AudixPro has the "speaker" located internally and the sound is delivered through a thin tube. For the AudixMax, the "speaker" is located externally and the sound is delivered directly to the eardrum.
Open Thin Tube
Speaker Located Internally
Speaker Located Externally
Open fit technology eliminates occlusion
Crisp, clean, clear sound
Produces very natural sounds at mild-to-slightly moderate listening levels
RIC open fit technology eliminates occlusion
Crisp, clean, clear sound
Better enhancement of higher frequencies
Speaker location "in-ear" provides higher amplification
Reduces the chance of feedback at higher volume levels
For first time users finding themselves needing that extra hearing boost in their daily activities
For first time and previous hearing aid users who are in the need of a higher amplification levels with better feedback control.
Symptoms of Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Loss
You frequently ask others to repeat themselves
You turn the TV to a volume others find loud
You have trouble understanding conversations in noisy places
You have difficulty hearing women and children’s voices
You feel like others are mumbling
You have trouble hearing on the phone
You avoid social situations that were once enjoyable
You are told by others that you have hearing loss
Experience the Difference Between Mild and Moderate
Recommended Usage Range
Recommended for Mild-to-Slightly-Moderate Hearing Loss
Recommended for Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Loss
If the majority of your hearing test results fall in the above shaded gray area, you may have a
mild-to-slightly-moderate hearing loss and the AudixPro is suitable for your needs.
If the majority of your hearing test results fall in the above shaded gray area you may have a
mild-to-moderate hearing loss and the AudixMax is suitable for your needs.
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