The world's first truly self-fitting hearing aid.
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Ven by Audientes
Imagine a world where you could address your hearing loss in just a few simple steps.
Set up quickly
Adjust or adapt
Meet the doctor
Meet our resident Audiologist Dr. Chryssoula Thodi. Chryssoula has been practicing audiology for over 30 years and joined Audientes in 2021. In this article, you can discover her insights into Ven and why she believes it's such a great solution for sensorineural hearing loss.
Let the world in!
Set up via built-in controls or via the smartphone app
Perform your hearing test on-device or via the app
Adjust and fine-tune high and low frequencies via the app
Get your personalized audiogram
Create a hearing profile for each ear
Frequently asked questions
Got a question about Ven? Or need help figuring out the right size? Check out our frequently asked questions below.
What does ‘self-fitting’ mean?
Self-fitting refers to next-generation hearing aids, like Ven, that can adapt themselves to your hearing profile, improving your ability to hear without you having to visit a hospital or clinic. It means that you can run a hearing test yourself at home or wherever you choose. The hearing test and resulting audiogram are built-in to the Ven hearing aid and are extremely easy for people to perform themselves.
How do I use Ven to perform a hearing test?
Do I need a smartphone to use Ven?
Can I use just one earpiece?
Yes. The earpieces are detachable. If you only experience hearing loss in one ear, you can just use one of the earpieces.
What does ‘binaural’ mean?
Binaural means “both ears.” Ven is binaural since it works for both of your ears (in contrast to traditional hearing aids). In other words, with Ven, you only ever need to buy one device.
Who should use Ven?
Ven is for adults suffering from mild to severe hearing loss. This means hearing loss in the range of 26-70 dB-HL. Ven is not designed for children with hearing loss.
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