If you listen better, you connect better

By using our ears to their full potential, we can listen in a way that improves understanding and builds relationships. When we listen we open our mind and heart to another person. At Philips Hearing Solutions, we want to help you hear better, so you can continue to listen, to learn, to care and to be curious. There is always a way to make life better.

  • Connecting to people

    We help you hear speech easier and clearer, even in noisy surroundings. This means you can communicate more effectively in challenging situations making social gatherings more enjoyable and relaxing.

  • Middle-aged friends using a smartphone to connect to family and friends by making a video call

    Connecting to the world

    Our hearing aids are designed for the modern world, while still being easy to use. To help you keep in touch with friends and family and enjoy your favorite music and entertainment, Philips HearLink can connect to smart devices like phones, tablets and TVs.

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Check your hearing

Would you like to learn more about your hearing ability? Within five minutes we can give you an idea of how well you hear.

Hear better in the style and color that suits you

 

With Philips HearLink we introduced a hearing aid family that uses groundbreaking SoundMap technology to support you in hearing speech easier and clearer and reduce feedback. We’ve designed Philips HearLink to match specific needs, lifestyles and tastes, because everyone’s hearing loss is different.

Middle-aged man using his smartphone and his Philips HearLink hearing aids to connect to friends by making a video call.

Connect to the world

 

Our innovative SoundTie technology enables you to use your hearing aids like headphones. You can easily connect to your friends and family or listen to your favorite music and entertainment via your smartphone or tablet.

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