The Cochlear Nucleus® Hybrid™ Implant System
*Hybrid Hearing approved only for use with Cochlear Nucleus Hybrid L24 Implant.
You may still be able to hear some sounds, but it has gotten harder to hear conversations in both quiet and noisy situations. You can still hear barks and honks, but you can’t hear whistles and chirps. You may have high-frequency hearing loss.
This type of hearing loss causes you to miss the high-frequency sounds that allow you to distinguish words and detect emotion. Without them, words merge together – making what you do hear jumbled and difficult to understand.
The Cochlear Nucleus Hybrid Implant System is the first and only solution that uses Hybrid Hearing to help people with high-frequency hearing loss regain a more complete hearing experience.
See what the experts have to say about Hybrid Hearing
Cochlear Hybrid™ Hearing is a unique combination of two proven technologies brought together in a single device.
It uses acoustic amplification to improve the low-frequency hearing you still have, while taking advantage of cochlear implant technology to restore access to the high-frequency hearing you are missing. Together, these two technologies give you a more complete hearing experience so you can hear better in noisy environments and understand speech more clearly.
When compared to hearing aids alone, Cochlear Hybrid™ Hearing recipients reported:
1FDA Panel Sponsor Executive Summary. Average performance of 50 participants. Nucleus Hybrid L24 Implant System. November 8, 2013.
The Nucleus Hybrid System makes everything crisp and clear. I asked my husband what sounds I was hearing. He said that’s a bird and that’s silverware clanging against the plate. If I had to choose two words to describe this experience, they would be Miraculous and Life-Changing.
— Ellen, Nucleus Hybrid System Recipient
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