Lyric© is the first and only extended wear hearing device that is 100% invisible.
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Instant trial: Lyric can be placed in your ear canal during a routine hearing appointment with your hearing care professional. You can instantly experience the benefits of clear, natural sound and a 100% invisible hearing.
30 days risk-free trial: From the first 30 days, you can test your new Lyric a risk-free trial.
Technology upgrade: With Lyric you don’t just buy better hearing, but you also get automatic technology upgrades as soon as they are available.
What is the Lyric? What is the invisible Hearing Aid?
Lyric© is the first and only extended wear hearing device that is 100% invisible. Lyric is comfortably placed in the ear canal by a Lyric trained hearing professional and can be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for months at a time with no surgery or anesthesia required. Unlike many other hearing aids, Lyric is positioned completely inside the ear canal, so it uses your ear’s natural anatomy to provide exceptional sound quality. Lyric lets you hear better and live life to the fullest! (Infographic Contact lens for the ears call outs: 100% invisible /Clear, natural sound/24/7 hearing/Hassle-free)
Why is the Lyric different from other hearing aids?
Lyric is unlike any other hearing aid available on the market. This tiny state-of-the-art hearing technology remains out of sight and out of mind so you can enjoy more confidence and full natural sound quality. Because it’s 100% invisible, Lyric never gets in the way. Experience all-day quality hearing performance for months at a time without taking it out or ever having to change batteries. Lyric truly is in a class of its own. (Phonak PDF- New Lyric Brochure)
Lyric in your life
Lyric is always with you, 24/7, keeping you in touch with the world around you. From business meetings to nights on the town Lyric is designed to fit so effortlessly into your lifestyle that you won’t even realize you’re wearing it.
Enjoy all the benefits of Lyric:
Hear well wherever you are Take a shower(2)
Talk on the phone Do sport activities
Listen to music with earphones Lyric is with you even when you sleep
How the Lyric creates a natural listening experience?
While traditional hearing aids capture and process sound outside of the ear, Lyric uses the natural anatomy of the ear to amplify and give you a full, natural listening experience.
Because Lyric is placed in the ear canal near the eardrum by a trained professional, it is the world’s only 100% invisible hearing aid.
Micro-engineering at its best
Lyric’s miniature size combined with its exceptional build quality, allows it to withstand the challenging conditions within the ear canal. Originating in Silicon Valley, Lyric incorporates Swiss precision engineering to create a work of technological art.
Packed with power
Lyric features a specifically designed, tiny proprietary battery, that fits in the ear canal yet is powerful enough to last for months at a time.1
Seals are made of a soft biocompatible material and come in various sizes from XXS to XXL so it fits perfectly into most ear canals for long-term comfort.
How does the Lyric help Tinnitus?
- Reduces tinnitus annoyance faster than daily wear hearing aids*
- Lyric is a valid choice as part of your tinnitus management program*
- Improves sleep quality*
- 100% Invisible: As the World’s Only 100% Invisible Hearing Aid, no one will know you’re wearing a hearing aid.
- Ear Protection Ready: No feedback using over-the-ear protection, and the ability to set Lyric to sleep mode functioning as in-ear protection.
- 24/7 Hearing: Whether you’re cycling, sleeping, or showering, Lyric is with you 24/7; delivering superior hearing wherever life takes you.
*Lyric is water-resistant, not waterproof, and should not be completely submerged underwater.
*Lyric is not appropriate for all patients. See a Lyric hearing care professional if Lyric is right for you.
*Power D. (2018) Is Lyric an effective option for tinnitus? Investigating the benefits of a hearing aid that can be worn 24/7 (submitted for peer-review publication.
*Hoffman, H. and Reed, G. (2004) Epidemiology of tinnitus. In: Tinnitus: Theory and Management. Lewiston, NY: BC Decker Inc., 16–41.
*J Henry et al(2016) Randomized control trial: Extended wear vs conventional vs combination devices for tinnitus. J Am Acad Audiol 00:1-16.