You can hear. Nobody can see.
The ultimate in discretion
Lyric's breakthrough technology provides the ultimate discreet hearing solution. It is the first 100% invisible when worn hearing device. The size of a pea, it sits comfortably by the eardrum capturing natural sound and gently amplifying it.
An effortless solution
Designed for extended wear, Lyric can be worn 24 hours a day. Worn continuously for up to three months, you can sleep, shower and exercise with no need to change batteries, clean, insert or remove the devices.
Natural sound 24/7
Lyric is placed deep in the ear canal, adjacent to the eardrum. It uses the ear's natural shape to channel sound, which it amplifies using its ground-breaking technology. It produces clear and natural sound around the clock.
Cared for by specialists
Lyric users are supported by a team of qualified experts at Triton Hearing. They provide a high level of personal service, and this care and attention is ongoing, for every visit.
Can Lyric cure tinnitus?
There is no cure for tinnitus, but because Lyric can be worn 24/7, it may relieve some of the symptoms commonly associated with tinnitus.
How much does Lyric cost?
The is $9.00 a day as part of Triton Hearing's 'Pay As You Hear' subscription service. This includes the Ministry of Health subsidy.
Can I have a free trial?
Yes. If you have hearing loss and meet the Lyric fitting criterial then we will offer you a no-obligation 30-day free trial.
Do I need to take it out?
Lyric is worn constantly through all daily activities including exercising, showering, making phone calls and sleeping. Think of them as a 24 hour hearing solution!
Can it get lost or fall out?
Lyric can’t fall out. It is placed precisely by a trained Lyric audiologist and held in there by the ears natural contours.
Can I use headphones and earbuds?
Users can use external headphones, talk on the phone and use external hearing protection with Lyric. However, wearers should avoid generic inserted earbuds or earplugs.
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