With Signia hearing aids, life sounds brilliant. Signia is part of the Sivantos family, so you know you’re getting top quality hearing devices. Signia is all about reducing listening effort, and you’ll be able to hear clearly without straining to hear. Signia recently released some hearing aid technology that’s revolutionary. The Silk Nx device is one of the world’s smallest hearing aids and is ready to wear without waiting for a custom mold. Silk has soft silicone sleeves around the tiny device, allowing it to sit in your ear, whatever the shape of your ear canal. Controlled with the touchControl App, you have the ultimate in discreet hearing and personalization.
For over 70 years, Phonak has been creating amazing hearing aids. Their AutoSense OS technology scans and analyzes the sound environment, recognizing patterns and adjusting settings to match your environment, so you’ll have the best in sound quality with no extra effort on your part. Phonak’s Audeo B is a favourite, and it’s one of the first hearing aids in the world to use a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery that can provide up to 24 hours of hearing from just one charge.
ReSound provides clear hearing using innovative and sophisticated hearing technology. They’ve been committed to producing quality devices since 1943, and they’re all about connectivity. Their latest Made for iPhone hearing aid, the LiNX 3D allows your devices to act like wireless headphones, streaming phone calls, TV shows, YouTube clips, and any other media right to your ears. With the Surround Sound program, you’ll hear sounds around all 360 degrees, and you won’t have to turn you head for your directionality settings to kick in.
Hansaton is all about intelligent hearing, helping your ears and brain hear easier. Their customized systems can be tailored to match your unique hearing needs and provides versatility and clarity in every listening situation. The AutoSurround SHD and SpeechBeam SHD programs work together to optimize speech understanding and provide natural sound. The sound SHD and jam SDH provide an extraordinary hearing experience in behind-the-ear and in-the-ear models featuring a dynamic waveform design that make it a modern and attractive device.
Widex has been making great hearing aids since 1956, and today is a world leader in hearing technology, delivering hearing aids in more than 100 countries and employing over 4,000 employees. They’ve developed advance digital in-the-ear technology, and their Unique series uses digital technology to help analyze more sound than ever, helping you hear clearly in noisy situations. Their latest Evoke device is the world’s first smart hearing aid. Every time you use Evoke it gets smarter, remembering your listening preferences and learning from different situations.
Starkey was founded in 1967 by William F. Austin, who wanted to make hearing aids more accessible for everyone. Starkey provides the best in advanced hearing solutions, and for each hearing aid purchased, Starkey donates funds to bring hearing solutions to people around the world. To date, they have given over a million hearing aids to children and adults who needed them. Starkey is known for their digital, fully customizable invisible hearing aids that sit within the ear canal and are impossible to see. The SoundLens Synergy devices are among the first invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) hearing aids, and deliver great quality in a tiny device.
Rexton believes that exceptional hearing technology should be available to everyone, and always delivers hearing aids that provide durability, speech understanding, and advanced customization, all while ensuring the best in wearer comfort. Rexton focuses on speech in every environment, and also provides enriching programs such at the Music Enhancer to help you hear music like never before. Their MyCore platform offers streaming, binaural processing, and the My Voice program, is designed to identify the wearer’s voice, and hear it naturally.