If you want
hearing that moves you.
The new Cochlear™ Baha® SoundArc makes hearing through bone conduction a truly moving experience.
Exciting and unique
Existing demo and pre-surgery bone conduction devices don't always live up to expectations, but that's all about to change. Now there is an exciting new option, the unique Baha SoundArc. Whether it's during the first demo, or longer term use, the SoundArc will allow you or your child to hear like never before.
Sylish and comfortable
The SoundArc has a modern look that everyone loves. It's lightweight, practical and, like a pair of sunglasses, easy to put on and take off. It fits securely and comfortably, so you or your child can feel confident it will stay on, even when you are out having fun.
20 years of proven benefits
The SoundArc allows you to experience the benefits of the Baha 5 System in style and comfort, and gives you access to consistent and good amplification. It works in a similar way and has the same sound transmission capabilities as the Baha SoftBand, a hearing device that has helped children hear for more than 20 years.
Unlike "stick and go" solutions, the SoundArc is compatible with our full range of advanced Baha 5 sound processors, designed to help varying degrees of hearing loss throughout you or your child's life.
Smart as always
Because the SoundArc is part of the Baha 5 System, you have access to the latest and smartest wireless connectivity. There are a range of wireless accessories that make it easier to hear in noisy sound environments, such as a classroom or restaurant, and apps to monitor and control your device direct from your smartphone. That’s just part of why Baha 5 is the world’s most popular choice in bone conduction.
- Soft silicone tips and grips - provide a comfortable fit
- Steel spring band - designed to fit most shapes and sizes
- Baha SoftWearTM Pad – for improved comfort and sound transmission
- Baha Sound Processor - connects with our full range of advanced processors
It’s natural to progress from a Baha SoundArc to an implantable solution. An implant improves the transmission of sound and ensures you or your child can benefit from consistent and reliable input.
Read more here.
In the United States and Canada, the placement of a bone-anchored implant is contraindicated in children below the age of 5.
Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always read the instructions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.