Remote Control

Hansaton’s standard remote control. Features a volume control, a program button, and a ‘home’ button that allows users to set the hearing aids back to their default settings.

Remote Control (RC-Dex)

Widex’s standard remote control. Features three simple buttons to allow the user to adjust the volume or program. “The small size of the Widex remote is part of its appeal. It fits neatly on a keychain, or discretely in the hand and allows users to make basic adjustments to the volume and program settings of

Remote Control (EasyPocket)

Siemens’ remote control that allows users to make volume and program changes to their hearing instruments.

Remote Control (Remote Control 2)

Unitron’s standard remote control. Features a volume control, a program button, and a ‘home’ button that allows users to set the hearing aids back to their default settings.

Remote Control (Surflink Remote)

Starkey’s standard remote control. Comes in basic, intermediate, or advanced (pictured) form. Allows patients to make basic adjustments to their hearing aids (e.g. volume, program, reset back to default etc.).

Remote Control (RC-N Remote Control)

Sonic Innovation’s standard remote control. Features three simple buttons to allow users to make volume or program changes.

Remote Control (RC-N)

Bernafon’s standard remote control, featuring volume control buttons and a program button.

Remote Control

Oticon’s standard remote control. Features three simple buttons to allow users to make volume or program changes.

Remote Control (Pilotone II)

Phonak’s standard remote control. Features a volume control, a program button, and a ‘home’ button that allows users to return the hearing aids to their default settings programmed by the audiologist. “A very simple remote control that enables hearing aid users to make adjustments to their hearing aids. While all Phonak Venture Audeo and Bolero