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Picture a world where you can tackle hearing loss with just a few easy steps

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The world's first truly self-fitting digital hearing aid

Together with a built-in hearing test

Unique self-fitting technology

Allowing you to comfortably run your own hearing test—with pure-tone audiometry and ergonomically-designed earbuds.


You’ve never seen a hearing aid like this before

A hearing aid and Bluetooth headset in one device.

Imagine a world where you could address your hearing loss in just a few simple steps.

And it's as simple as 1-2-3


Intelligent and independent

You can easily adjust Ven using either the on-device buttons or the Audientes app. Dedicated keys allow for full volume control, fine tuning, active noise reduction, voice enhancement and more.

Self Fitting

Ven™ makes it easier than ever before to have a high-quality, in-home hearing test. Ven will adjust to you, enhancing your ability to hear what you want to — conversations, phone calls, music and more.

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Fitting frequency channels 19
Built-in pure tone test 9 frequency audiometry
Fitting Range 26-70 dB, 125Hz-8kHz
Compression and fitting rationale Input & Output Compression, NAL-NL2
Maximum Output 110dB
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.2
Quad-core Chipset Dual 120 MHz DSPs, Dual 80 MHz CPUs
Battery 200 mAh Lithium
Protection Class IP67


Built-in Self Fitting

Smart Acclimatization

Directional Microphones

Speech Enhancement

Peak Control

Tone Control

Noise Reduction

Open and Closed Fit

Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q)

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.

Do I need a prescription for Ven?

No. Ven is available over the counter or for purchase online and does not require a prescription or a consultation with an. audiologist.

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 by themselves.

How do I use Ven to perform a hearing test?

You can perform a hearing test either via the built-in neckband controls or the Audientes smartphone app. For more information, see our Self-fitting Guide. Ven plays tones. If you hear the tone, you press a button on the neckband or tap the app screen. A hearing test takes a couple of minutes, after which the hearing aid calibrates to your personal hearing profile – addressing both right and left ears.

Do I need a smartphone to use Ven?

No. Everything you need comes built into Ven—including the hearing test. You can run your hearing test, select one of the several built-in programs, turn up the volume, turn off one ear and run a fresh hearing test, among other things. The app enables additional features such as adding and removing programs, call handling and music streaming.

What’s included in the box?

In every box, you'll find:

- A neckband 
- 2 detachable earpieces
- 3 sets of earsleeves (large, medium and small)
- 3 sets of closed eartips (large, medium and small)
- 3 sets of open eartips (large, medium and small)
- A USB charging cable
- A user manual
- A pouch

What is the difference between an earpiece, an earsleeve, and an eartip?

Simply put, the earsleeves and eartips fit on top of the earpieces, ensuring a comfortable fit. The earsleeves fit over the earpieces, and the eartips fit over the earsleeves. You can try a variety of differently-sized earsleeves and eartips until you’ve found the most comfortable combination.

What’s the difference between ‘closed’ and ‘open’ eartips?

Closed eartips provide a kind of “seal” preventing outside sounds from entering your ears. In other words, with closed eartips, everything you hear will be enhanced by Ven. Open eartips allow outside sounds to enter, so you will hear a mixture of natural and Ven-enhanced audio. You might come to prefer one eartip style, or you might switch between eartips depending on the situation.

Is Ven comfortable enough to be worn all day?

Yes. Ven’s ergonomic design is exceptionally comfortable and lightweight. Because Ven comes with variety of differently-sized earsleeves and eartips, you can choose the size that maximizes your comfort most.

I wear glasses. Can I use Ven?

Yes. Ven does not have any over-the-ear components, so it will not interfere with your glasses in any way.

What does ‘binaural’ mean?

Binaural means “both ears.” Ven is binaural since it works for both your ears (in contrast to traditional hearing aids). In other words, with Ven, you only ever need to buy one device.

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.

Is Ven a personal sound amplifying device (PSAP)?

No, Ven is a hearing aid. Personal sound amplifying devices (PSAPs) increase the volume of all sounds, while Ven adjusts itself to your individual hearing profile, amplifying or dampening sounds based on your needs.

Does Ven contain nickel?

No. Ven does not contain nickel, making it a great choice for those with nickel sensitivities or allergies.

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