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Philips HearLink hearing aids in the mini behind the ear style (miniBTE T) on a table with books, glasses, lamps and flowers

The behind-the-ear hearing aid style miniBTE T

See an example of the non-rechargeable Philips HearLink mini behind the ear hearing aids also called miniBTE T from Philips Hearing Solutions

This non-rechargeable hearing aid is powered with artificial intelligence (AI) sound technology for even better hearing. It is commonly used for slight to moderately severe hearing losses. It is a full-featured behind-the-ear hearing aid with telecoil and push button.

Core features

  • AI sound technology

    The AI sound technology in the new Philips HearLink is given the important task of making speech clearer in noise. It is trained by first listening to speech in noise, and then applying the learning to make speech clearer in noise.

  • SoundMap Noise Control

    SoundMap Noise Control consists of directionality and noise reduction. It uses a twin-microphone noise estimation to clean the signal and ensure better access to speech information in noisy social environments.

  • SoundMap Amplification

    Once the signal is cleaned, it is transferred to SoundMap Amplification where compression takes place to ensure audibility of sound details. Here, an additional noise estimate is used to adapt the compression ratio to the noise level and better preserve speech information in noisy environments.

  • SoundMap Feedback Canceller

    SoundMap Feedback Canceller, a groundbreaking feedback manager, is also found in the amplification. It is equipped with a feedback build-up detector that makes Philips HearLink a very stable and virtually whistle-free hearing instrument (following clinical best practice of hearing instrument fitting).

  • 2.4 GHz wireless technology

    2.4 GHz direct-to-ear technology allows direct wireless connection to modern connectivity devices including Android smartphones and devices, iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®. With the hands-free communication feature you no longer need to talk into your iPhone to be heard. Once you've answered the call with your phone, just start speaking and your hearing aid’s microphone will pick up your voice. Check the list of compatible devices.

  • Binaural coordination

    Adjustments in volume, noise management and program changes made on one hearing instrument are automatically applied on the other device as well.

  • Extended Dynamic Range

    Allows a greater input signal range to be processed resulting in more clarity of loud sounds.

  • Low Frequency Enhancement

    Increases the low-frequency signals from wireless devices such as TVs and mobile phones for better sound quality.

Available colors wheel for the Philips HearLink hearing aids in the mini behind the ear style (miniBTE T)

Choose your color and get what you need

The miniBTE T hearing aid comes in a selection of colors to match your skin or hair color.

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Get connected with Philips HearLink

You can connect your hearing aids with your smartphone, your TV, radio or other devices and get the sound directly into your hearing aids. Even use hands-free communication to talk on the phone while your hands are busy. Once you've answered the call with your phone, just start speaking and your hearing aid’s microphone will pick up your voice. Check the list of compatible devices. You can also download the Philips HearLink app to manage your hearing aids more easily.

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How to know if you have a hearing loss

You can learn about the first signs of hearing loss and how the degree of hearing loss affects your hearing. To get more insights into different degrees of hearing loss visit our page understanding hearing loss.

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Contact a hearing care specialist

We can help you find your closest hearing care specialist who can provide you with Philips HearLink hearing aids.

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