Interton Hearing Aids Review

Interton hearing aids started as a smaller company in Germany in 1962. By 2001, they purchased Authorized Hearing Systems, which included the acquisition of a contract with Veterans Affairs to supply hearing aids. The GN group purchased the company in 2005 and armed it with much of their processes and technology.

By 2008, Interton came out with a hearing aid that was the slimmest receiver-in-the ear ever made called SLIM. It was only five millimeters wide. Since that date, it’s introduced eight other new hearing aid families to provide hearing devices that fit almost every user’s needs and pocketbook.

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However, the company doesn’t simply focus on making their hearing aids the most popular on the market. Instead, Interton works with other companies and manufacturers to provide private label hearing aids or even prewired faceplates. That doesn’t mean they ignore their sales to individual consumers. In fact, they offer four categories of hearing aids. The premium products have all the latest features and allow the individual to customize to their needs or desires. The comfort class is suited for those with an active lifestyle, while the basic is perfect for those with a quieter life. If money is a problem, Interton Hearing Aids offers the budget products.

Premium Products

These top of the line hearing devices allow tailoring specifically for the customer’s needs. The premium products are the most versatile and include Scope 6 and Cosmos 6.

Plus or Comfort Class

These are also hearing devices that offer a multitude of functions for those requiring increased responsiveness to changing situations and a busy lifestyle. The products include the Avio 5 and Cosmo 4.


For those who don’t have complex listening challenges, the basic works well. These digital products are affordable and include Scope 4, Elipse and Avio 3.


There’s no need to go without a hearing aid because the prices seem too high. The budget products contain many of the high tech features of the other styles but priced with a budget in mind. You’ll find Start, Avio 1 and Stage in this category.

Special Products

In addition to the other categories, there’s a class of special Interton hearing aids. The product in this category is a digital wireless product, the CROS product, Relay.

Features Available on Interton Hearing Aids

Not all the features are available on all Interton hearing aids. The class of product you select, the model and your budget play a role in the type of technology and hearing device you choose.

SoundScape Technology processes the low and high frequency sounds so it mimics the way your ears would process it and makes sound more natural.

Feedback guard preserves the gain from the hearing aid but still controls the feedback, regardless of the proximity of an object or person. With feedback guard, you’ll enjoy listening without worrying about loud whistles or static.

Logarithmic WDRC reduces loud sounds to make them more comfortable to hear, while it increases the sound of soft tones.

Nano Coating is a thin covering on the Scope models that repels water, humidity and dirt. By doing this, it protects the hearing device from internal damage. No matter how badly you perspire, you won’t have to take off your hearing aid during a workout session.

Comfort programs offer the ability to change to different settings such as telephone programs, music programs and comfort programs.

Noise reduction can solve that problem of background noise interfering with a hearing a conversation. It reduces the background noise and allows you to hear what’s important.

Microphone noise reduction can help you in a quiet environment when the internal noise, the soft noise of directional settings, is the worse. It lowers the gain when speech isn’t present to do this. Once there’s speech, the gain raises.

Auto beam width lowers the noisy background sound and keeps the listening focused on the speech.

Signal tones let you know when you change programs or you need to charge your battery.

Telecoil picks up sound signals and sends them directly into the Interton hearing aids at public places such as theatres, churches and even airports.

Adaptive Feedback Cancellation is another method of reducing or eliminating feedback and static from the hearing aids without losing any of the amplification powers.

Stand-by mode automatically sends the hearing aid into low power when appropriate to help maximize the life of the battery.

Bass boost aids you when the fixed directionality function activates and prevents the gain roll-off that occurs in the low frequencies.

Power-on delay helps increase the comfort of using the Interton hearing aids by delaying the amplification upon insertion of the devise.

Volume control lets you adjust your Interton hearing aids manually, when you need to do it.

Fixed directionality lets you hear speech better in a noisy environment when it comes from one direction, such as in a conversation.

Auto-steered directionality also improves your ability to hear speech in a noisy environment by improving the signal-to-noise ratio. It recognizes speech cues but also allows for omni-directionality whether the room is quiet or noisy.

Gain handles are primarily for fitting. It allows the audiologist to make frequency adjustments in the fitting software.

DAI capability in behind-the-ear models means direct audio input works with the hearing aids. You can use the hearing aids with FM systems and other ways.

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