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Unitron Moxi Now

World's smallest RIC hearing aid

  • Tempus™ platform
  • SoundCore
  • SpeechPro
  • Sound Conductor
  • Spatial Awareness
Description

At just 20.2 mm tall and 6.5 mm wide, the Moxi Now is the smallest hearing aid in its class1. But don't be fooled by the size. This tiny digital hearing aid is loaded with today's most advanced features to help you hear your best, even in noisy environments.

  • Practically invisible behind the ear. With its small size and amazing comfort, you’ll never wear a different hearing aid again.
  • Adjusts automatically to every listening environment. Go from home to work to an evening out and always hear your best!
  • Stay connected with wireless streaming from your smartphone, TV and other Bluetooth® devices.
Advantages

Powered by Tempus™

Built on Unitron's new Tempus™ platform, this discreet hearing aid seamlessly locates and optimizes  sound for a natural, fluid hearing experience even in difficult listening situations like conversations in crowds.

 

Revolutionary technology gives you the ability to hear speech from any direction, even in noise and crowds.
 
With intelligent SoundCore technology, four features work together to understand your listening environment and make fluid adjustments.

Moxi Now: At a Glance

Fitting Range
  • Mild to Moderately Severe
Style
  • Receiver-in-Canal (RIC)
Key Features
  • Tempus™ platform
  • SoundCore
  • SpeechPro
  • Sound Conductor
  • Spatial Awareness
Performance Levels
  • 600
  • 700
  • 800
  • Pro
1 Moxi Now is the smallest wireless RIC in the world based on exterior dimensions compared to other products in its class
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