To get the most snug fit and performance from your HP Hearing PRO OTC Hearing Aids, it is essential you have the best Ear Tip selected.
Here's a short video to show you how to fit Ear Tips on your HP Hearing PRO OTC Hearing Aids:
The following video demonstrates how to fit your HP Hearing PRO in your ears:
Main takeaways from this video include:
- Test as many of the Ear Tip sizes and materials as possible. Going to a larger sized Ear Tip may seem counter intuitive, however we recommend trying this to achieve a 'snug' fit.
- Ensure that the correct hearing aid is placed in each ear (look for “L” and “R” engravings on the interior of each hearing aid).
- Insert the hearing aids into your ear canal in the vertical position with the Ear Tip down and then gently twist them towards the back of your head to achieve a complete seal.
- To achieve a snug or better seal, with your other hand, reach around and gently pull upwards on the top of your ear while inserting the hearing aids.
- Hearing aids should remain securely in the ear canal once properly fitted.
HP Hearing PRO OTC Hearing Aids are pre-fitted with medium (M) silicone Ear Tips.
Try different Ear Tips to find a snug fit.
Silicone Ear Tips:
Memory Foam Ear Tips:
How to replace an Ear Tip.
Step 1 Remove the Ear Tip.
Step 2 Pick a different Ear Tip and align the oval shapes.
Step 3 Push the Ear Tip on.
How to put HP Hearing PRO OTC Hearing Aids in your ears.
Step 1 Check the left and right.
Step 2 Ensure the Ear Tip is at the bottom when inserting in your ear.
Step 3 Apply gentle pressure and turn hearing aid back slightly.
Step 4 You need to wear both hearing aids at the same time.
Memory Foam Ear Tip: inserting in the ear.
Step 1 Squeeze and roll the Memory Foam Ear Tip.
Step 2 Insert in the ear and hold until the Ear Tip expands to fill the ear canal.
Why fit matters
The HP Hearing PRO OTC Hearing Aids should feel snug when they are in your ears. Having a snug fit will ensure your hearing experience and the sound quality of the hearing aids is optimized.
Failure to achieve a proper seal may lead to some of these issues:
- A lack of bass
- A “tinny” or “hollow” sound effect
- Reduced sound quality
- Risk of hearing aids falling out of your ears