Oticon Receivers Powers

Oticon Hearing Aid Receivers (Oticon MiniFit Receivers)


Oticon hearing aid receivers deliver clear and amplified sound directly into the ear from Oticon hearing aids. They are compact, lightweight and discreet to provide comfort for the wearer. The correct length and power of the receiver (speaker unit) is important for optimal hearing aid performance.

Hearing aids include:

  • 3 years of warranty (5 Years on Select Models)
  • 1 Year of Unlimited Services ~ Hearing Test, Fitting & Follow Ups as required.
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Oticon hearing aid receivers deliver clear and amplified sound directly into the ear from Oticon hearing aids. They are also called Oticon miniFit Receivers.  They are precision engineered to be compact, lightweight and discreet to provide comfort for the wearer.

With their robust construction, Oticon receivers are built to withstand daily wear and tear, ensuring durability and longevity. They are resistant to moisture, dust, and debris, making them suitable for active lifestyles. Additionally, the receivers are designed for easy maintenance, allowing users to clean and replace them effortlessly.

Overall, Oticon receivers combine superior technology, comfort, and versatility to offer individuals with hearing loss an exceptional auditory experience. They empower users to reconnect with the world around them, enabling them to engage in conversations, enjoy music, and participate in various activities with confidence and ease.

Distinguishing Left & Right and Sizes:

The Speaker Units are colour coded  Blue for Left and Red for Right. This is denoted by a coloured band on the tips of the  standard power (60) and middle power (85) speaker units. For the Power 100 speaker units this is denoted simply with an R for Right and L for left


Correct Receiver Length is Important

For optimal hearing aid performance, physical comfort and security on the ear the correct length of the receiver is essential. Oticon receivers come in 5 lengths: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

Too long and the hearing aid can sink too far behind the Ear (Pinna) and the microphones become shielded by the Pinna from the incident sound coming from the front. The microphones can therefore pick up too much sound coming from above and to the rear of the wearer. It will also. not be secure on the ear with increased risk of falling off and getting lost.

Too short and it can cut into the top of the ear being uncomfortable, once again the microphones of the hearing aid can point in a less then optimal direction and there is increase risk of the hearing aid falling off due to improper insertion into the ear canal.

Optimal positioning is where the receiver wire sits flush with the temple and the actual speaker unit sits horizontally in the ear canal. Correct length can be guided by your hearing care professional, even via Tele-Audiology. They can easily be swapped over so if you feel you don’t have the ideal length this can be modified. Please see our demonstration video in the image gallery above on How to change Oticon receivers.

Correct Receiver Power is also Important 

You should be guided by your hearing care professional as to which receiver power is most suitable to your hearing levels and needs. The correct power of receiver will depend on your hearing loss prescription and needs to be matched to the way they are programmed during a fitting session. Choosing the improper power will result in under or over amplification across the frequency range.

Oticon receivers power
There are three powers of Oticon mini Fit receivers or speakers units.Power 100, Medium 85 and Standard (60). They also come in 5 lengths; 1 shortest, 2, 3, 4 and 5 the longest length to suit different ear sizes. The length is crucial for optimum performance, comfort and security on the ear.

Hearing Aid Compatibility:

Oticon receivers are compatible with the following Oticon hearing aid models.

Oticon Real 1, Real 2 and Real 3 miniRITE models. (MiniRITE stands for Miniature Receiver In The Ear)

Oticon More 1, More 2, More 3 (miniRITE)

Oticon Zircon 1, Zircon 2 (miniRITE)

Oticon Opn S, Opn, Ria Pro and Ria (MiniRITE)

Oticon Jet miniRITE

If you are unsure of which receiver length or power is most suitable for your ear anatomy and hearing levels please consult our experienced Audiologists who are happy to guide you. Simply call 1800 020 406 or via our contact us form: https://harmonyhearing.com.au/book-an-appointment/