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3 Series


The carefree way to connect to your world
3 Series™ hearing aids feature our most advanced line of wireless hearing aids, in a redesigned and easy-to-use style. These reliable, high-performance hearing aids are designed to make people come in clearer and every environment sound better. Combined with our SurfLink® Mobile accessories, they’re also designed to enhance the way you listen to music, watch TV and talk on the phone.

Talk to your hearing professional to see if 3 Series hearing aids are right for you.






3 Series Features:
TechnologyBenefits
PureWave Feedback EliminatorVirtually eliminates buzzing and whistling.
Voice iQ²Designed to maintain speech understanding in noisy environments and reduce listening effort.*
InVision DirectionalityEnhances Voice iQ² by pinpointing sounds you want to hear and minimizing those you don't.
PhoneUsed with SurfLink Mobile, can enable hands-free cell phone conversation, while Automatic Telephone Response detects when you’re on the phone and adjusts setting for optimal listening.
Music & TelevisionAutomatically adjusts to the preset music and TV listening settings most comfortable for you — while optional SurfLink Media can stream audio from TV, computer or MP3 player directly to your hearing aids.
HydraShield®²Makes your hearing aids resistant to water, wax, oils, sweat, humidity and corrosion.
Spectral iQReplicates hard-to-hear high frequency sounds in lower frequencies, designed to enhance and expand audibility.
Self LearningGradually and automatically learns your volume control preferences, requiring fewer manual adjustments.
Convenient Intuitive FeaturesAutomatic voice and tone indicators tell you the status of your hearing aid and your hearing aid battery.
Ear-to-Ear Wireless CommunicationCoordinates communication between hearing aids, eliminating the need to manually adjust both devices.

*Sarampalis, A., Kalluri, S., Edwards, B., Hafter, E. (2009). Objective measures of listening effort: Effects of background noise and noise reduction. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 52, 1230-1240.