XTM P6 Family
The P6 has a solution for you. Whether it’s a receiver-in-canal (RIC), behind-the-ear (BTE) or one of the in-the-ear (ITE), all hearing aids provide you with a reliable, clear and comfortable listening experience and optimal discretion with remote control options. The instruments are suitable for mild to severe hearing loss.
Special Performance Features
Automatic Directional Microphones
Recommended for users with a high demand for speech understanding in challenging, noisy listening environments. A&M hearing instruments now have the capability of a directional microphone offering improvements in difficult situations where you need to distinguish speech from noise.
A&M hearing instruments are equipped to ensure background noise is significantly reduced, giving the wearer better speech clarity and less unwanted interference.
Wearers of A&M hearing instruments are able to enjoy a more comfortable listening experience with reduced occurrence of feedback. The fast feedback preventer helps to avoid annoying whistling in the ears.
Fully Digital WDRC Amplifier
Wide dynamic range compression (WDRC) enables A&M hearing instruments to be programmed to automatically increase the loudness of soft sounds while providing minimal amplification for loud sounds.
Cordless and cellular phones can interfere with the performance of some hearing instruments. A&M hearing instruments use a digital processor equipped with a shield-protected microphone, helping to reduce acoustical interference that may occur during phone usage.
Accessories and Apps
Our accessories brings you the convenience of making adjustments to your hearing aids discreet and easy.
A small remote for discreet control of hearing aids without the need of a smartphone. It is designed to fit on key ring, allowing you to bring it everywhere in a easy and convenient way.
Turn your smartphone into a remote control for your hearing aids! The app enhances discretion by hiding the remote control within your mobile device without the need for additional hardware. Full control of your hearing aids looks as subtle as checking for a text message.