RIC
Level of Hearing Loss: Profound to Severe
MildSevere

Alta 2 Pro RIC

Receiver in Canal
Premium

Oticon's Alta 2 Pro Receiver in Canal Hearing Aids are compact, high performance, behind-the-ear instruments. The "Pro" variations includes a Tinnitus relief feature and a strong Binaural (ear-to-ear) sound. They combine flexible controls and easy handling for the widest range of hearing loss needs. The Alta comes in three models; RIC, Mini RIC and Design RIC each one smaller than the next, for a great range in size options. 

Available in different forms:

Notable Features, Alta 2 Pro RIC

Ear to Ear communication
Ear to Ear communication
YesTwo hearing aids can communicate with each other for volume, programming, or microphone directional purposes. This eliminates having to set each hearing aid individually.
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
ActiveMultiple noise environments, from social gatherings, work, to sports, this hearing aid adapts to different environments trough its multiple programs.
Push Button
Push Button Yes
YesA switch or a button on a hearing aid that allows the user to change memory settings or programs to better adapt to different sound environments.
Speech enhancement
Speech enhancement Speech Enhancement
YesThis feature allows a hearing aid to distinguish environmental noises from speech sounds, which increases the clarity and quality of these sounds in the hearing aid's speaker.
Telecoil
Telecoil Hearing aids can receive wireless signals from the TV, telephone, concert halls, movie theaters and more with the Telecoil. This is a small wire coil within the hearing aid which functions as an antenna. When activated, the hearing aid will turn off the microphone(s) in the hearing aid and will deliver the signal transmitted through the Telecoil.
YesHearing aids can receive wireless signals from the TV, telephone, concert halls, movie theaters and more with the a Telecoil. This is a small wire coil within the hearing aid which functions as an antenna.
Wind noise control
Wind noise control Hearing aid feature that allows Hearing aids to balance sound in windy environments
YesWind noise reduction technology detects and reduces the amplification of wind blowing across the hearing aids' microphones.