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Lexie B2 Powered by Bose

Lexie B2 OTC Hearing aids are receiver-in-canal devices that you can fit, program, and control on your own, without assistance from a health care professional.

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The Lexie B2 hearing aids are a type of over the counter, self-fitting hearing aid designed to be affordable and easy to set up. These hearing aids are powered by Bose, using some of the same technology found in one of the industry’s leading speaker companies. These hearing aids are priced at under $1000 for the pair, making them one of the best options for those looking for a low-cost way to improve their mild to moderate hearing loss. 

One of the ways these hearing aids stand out is because they are one of the few models that can be recharged. Most other products, including the Lexie B1 hearing aid, use batteries that need to be replaced over time. That can prove to be more difficult for those who have finger dexterity concerns. The Lexie B2 hearing aids are much like the B1 hearing aids, but they offer this rechargeability.

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  • Rechargeable
  • Control volume & settings via smartphone app


  • Only available for people with perceived mild-to-moderate hearing loss
  • Unable to stream music or take calls

How Do the Lexie B2 Hearing Aids Work?

These hearing aids are receiver-in-canal hearing aids. That allows them to use directional microphones to allow for improved hearing ability. There are a number of key features with these hearing aids that make them a reliable option, including onboard volume control features, remote setup abilities, ample real-time support, and noise reduction features. 

These hearing aids have a limit to how loud they can amplify sound. That means they tend to be best suited for people who have mild to moderate hearing loss. To determine if these hearing aids may be right for you, take a closer look at the key features of the Lexie B2 hearing aids.

Key Features and Technology

The Lexie B2 offers a range of features that help it to stand out in the growing over the counter hearing aid market. These are receiver-in-canal hearing aids, which means there is a wire that extends from the processing unit behind the ear to a receiver and ear tip in the ear canal. 

Fine Tune Hearing 

One of the key benefits of these hearing aids is their ability to allow users to customize the sound that fits their specific needs. It allows for customized sound with pitches tuned to meet the type and level of hearing loss a person has. 

To do this, the user will go through a step-by-step setup process using the Lexie App. This includes a basic, first-fitting hearing test that allows users to program the sound to meet their needs. It is then possible to make adjustments over time. 

Users can select their preferred settings at any time. This includes making adjustments to the treble and bass settings, which can help sounds become brighter and crisper as well as make them deeper or richer. 

There is also the ability to improve focus. With the directional microphones in these hearing aids, it is possible to use the app to control which direction the sounds are most important to you. For example, if in a conversation, the Front feature setting allows sound to come in from in front of the user. The Everywhere feature enables a more general listening ability to pick up sound from any direction. 

It is also possible to select from four environment settings, which allow the user to customize the hearing based on their overall activity, such as some that are ideal for TV watching and others for noisy interior spaces.

Once users set up their desired environmental settings, it is then possible for the device to adjust as needed automatically. This way, it is easy to get customized hearing even in changing environments. 

Easy Fit That’s Nearly Invisible

For many people, having a hearing aid that fits well into the ear and makes it hard to notice is ideal. The Lexie H2 hearing aid does that. It is very hard to see once it is placed into the ear (assuming it has been fitted properly). They allow for long-term use without discomfort. 

To ensure the right fit, there is a self-fitting process that is followed. It comes with tools to allow for the proper fitting of the device.

Lexie App Is Simple to Use

The Lexie B2 hearing aids are managed through the Lexie App, which is available for both Android and Apple devices. The app provides good connectivity and setting management, including volume adjustments. 

Good Battery life

The Lexie B2 features a rechargeable battery. However, it can provide up to 56 hours of runtime on a single, full charge. That could be up to 4 days of use for those using the hearing aid for 14 hours each day. Other factors will impact this, including the type of use.

Who Should Consider the Lexie B2?

The Lexie B2 hearing aid may be a good choice for those who have mild to moderate hearing loss. It can provide reliable improvement in hearing quality in a simple to use design. This over-the-counter hearing aid does not replace the need for an audiologist and customized fit, but it can be a reliable solution for many. 

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