Phonak Vitus and Vitus+ hearing aids
Affordable performance

Vitus and Vitus+

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Vitus and Vitus+ offer a portfolio of products with affordable quality in mind. The full range of products come with a lot of the same reliable technology and capabilities that you can expect from Phonak products, but without some of the added features and upgrades. Regardless of your listenging needs, there is a model of Vitus or Vitus+ that can help improve your listening experiences.

  • Behind-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, and in-the-ear hearing aid styles
  • Reliable Phonak technology
  • Quality sound and hearing performance
  • Resistant to water, dust, and heat
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Hardware features

Created with durable composite material, Vitus and Vitus+ hearing aids are suited for everyday listening situations. They are built to high-quality standards and can withstand rain, snow, dust, and heat while delivering exceptional sound performance. Additionally, all Vitus and Vitus+ hearing aids include a Telecoil for extra connectivity in environments that offer enabled assistive listening devices.

Affordable performance

The Vitus family of hearing aids provides high-quality audio performance but without the unnecessary features for an affordable hearing solution.

Durable design

Vitus hearing aids are made to the highest standards, with robust design that can withstand heat, dust, and rain.

Vitus and Vitus+ come in a variety of models to meet your hearing needs. 

 

Meet the Vitus and Vitus+ family

Behind-the-ear

Receiver-in-canal

In-the-ear

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Software features

Both Vitus and Vitus+ feature WhistleBlock that stops annoying whistling sounds and offer UltraZoom* directional microphones for speech intelligibility in noisy environments. Vitus+ includes an advanced feature set, including the Everyday Automatic feature which automatically increases speech intelligibility in challenging environments while SoundReceiver technology makes high-pitched sounds audible.

 
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Connectivity and compatibility

Vitus and Vitus+ hearing aids work in connection with a Roger System for better hearing over distance and to help improve sound in complex listening situations.¹ Roger systems include a Roger microphone and a compatible Roger receiver. Your hearing care professional can help you discover which combination will work best for you.

 
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Find a provider

Whether you’re looking for help with hearing loss or want to get set up with hearing aids, we can help you find a hearing care professional near you.

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Frequently asked questions

By adding a Roger receiver to the Phonak Vitus/Vitus+ hearing aid it becomes compatible with all Roger microphones. Other Phonak wireless accessories are not compatible with Phonak Vitus/Vitus+.

Yes, all RIC and BTE models have direct audio input. Please use the compatible Audio Shoe.

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Find the right hearing aid for you

Everyone’s listening and communication needs differ, which is why we offer a range of hearing solutions to find the right one for you.

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Footenotes

* Not available on ITE-10 model

1. Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210