Hearing Aid Tubes and Domes: Resound
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How does this page work?
We have listed many of the Tubes and Receivers that Advanced Affordable Hearing carries. There are two ways to find what you need.
- Click on the name of a manufacturer to go directly to their products
- Or scroll down to select tubes by image and description
Looking for Domes?
If you are looking for Domes this is still a good place to start because each of the tube or receiver pages listed below also showing the matching domes your specific hearing aid will require as well as an 'Add to Cart' form to order your domes.
Many hearing aid manufacturers use the same tubes and domes, so don't get confused if your hearing aid is from one manufacturer and the tube that fits it is from a different manufacturer altogether.
The Difference Between Tubes and Receivers
When making a purchasing decision between tubes and receivers here are a few things to consider: Regular tubes are much more cost effective than receivers but are also limited in their function. Where a regular tube allows sound to travel through it to the ear canal, a receiver tube places the speaker directly into the ear canal. This allows for less distortion and the ability to treat a wider range of hearing loss.
Receiver maintenance is more involved than maintenance required for regular tubes. While receivers can provide a much better sound quality, they are also more susceptible to moisture damage. With a regular tube, maintenance is a simple as using as cleaning filament on a regular basis. But a major benefit to receivers is that they can also be upgraded from Standard to Power, allowing for your current hearing aid to treat future hearing loss without buying a completely new hearing aid!
Regular Tubes have:
Better Sound Quality
Can be upgraded to match future hearing loss
Dot 10, 20, 30
Dot Squared 10, 20, 30
Live RIE 70, 770, 570
Live 71, 771, 81, 781, 581
Verso mini BTE
Live 61, 761, 561