If your hearing aid has suddenly gone quiet, or the quality is simply not as high as you are used to, you might need a new hearing aid receiver. That is why we offer replacement hearing aid receivers. A hearing aid receiver works as your ears’ own speaker system. It plays the amplified sounds received from the microphone in your ear, and your brain gives the sounds context. Soundwave hearing aids are attached to a small tube at the end. That is the receiver. These receivers are sometimes called speakers. The receiver is inserted into the ear and delivers amplified sound to the ear. Soundwave receivers are sold for either the right side (red) or the left side (blue) and they are available in three different sizes: small, medium, and large. If you need assistance determining which hearing aid receiver size is right for you, don’t hesitate to contact our helpful staff at Soundwave Hearing.