Baha SoundArc launches in U.S., Canada


Cochlear’s Baha SoundArc, which had its first commercial launch in September 2017, is now available in the United States and Canada.

The SoundArc is the world’s first non-surgical, behind-the-head bone conduction hearing device, specially designed for children who are not ready for a bone conduction implant and adults who want to trial bone conduction in everyday situations.soundarc_topshot_all_colours3_PPT

“We are happy to be adding to our broad portfolio of hearing options for children with the introduction of the Baha SoundArc,” said Tony Manna, President, Cochlear Americas. “Because each child’s hearing need is unique and may change over time, we are proud to be providing innovative and technologically advanced hearing solutions to fit a child’s lifestyle across the stages of their life.”

Read the full press release here.

SoundArc is intended for children and adults with conductive hearing loss, mixed hearing loss and single-sided sensorineural deafness (SSD).  Baha SoundArc is an effective non-surgical way to experience bone conduction hearing, and an important first step to hearing your best with a bone conduction implant.

To try the SoundArc, find the clinic nearest you by using this tool.



6 thoughts on “Baha SoundArc launches in U.S., Canada

  1. I am In the USA, (florida) and was recently told I need a BAHA or CROS and I came upon this product this AM. HOW DO I GET THIS DEVICE? I don’t want a CROS or implanted device.


  2. Now you are coming out with that……………………….I had my implant placed Nov 7 and got skin over implant at present,so unable to plant processor at present time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    • Hi Alfred,
      Sorry to hear you are unable to place the processor yet. If you haven’t already, I suggest you contact either your clinician, who can help you address any issues in your healing process. Please also ask your clinician to report this issue to Cochlear customer care so we can ensure the problem is addressed.

      Best wishes in your hearing journey.

      Warm regards,
      The Baha Blog admin


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