Hearing Aid Brands
Signia owes a lot to one of the most prominent producers of hearing aids in history, Siemens. Since then, the company has helped millions around the world through improved hearing to live better lives. Signia hearing aids can identify more environmental variables than ever before with their advanced operating system. New technology also ensures that hearing aids are no longer obliged to decide whether to focus on what is immediately in front of the wearer or the general area They also include an integrated motion sensor to consider how the wearer's movement in each situation affects their hearing.
Starkey is a Minnesota-based company that offers state-of-the-art hearing aids worldwide. Starkey is also a firm believer in the power of human connections to transform lives for those less fortunate. The Starkey Hearing Foundation helps individuals from around the world improve their hearing ability, providing assistance to over 1 million people. Starkey’s hearing aids combine the best features of modern hearing aids: top-notch sound processing in demanding listening environments and the recent incorporation of artificial intelligence to improve hearing.
With roots that date back to 1943, ReSound has been a true innovator in the hearing aid industry. ReSound hearing aids aim to create flexible devices that can meet the modern hearing aid user's current lifestyle requirements. ReSound was the first to develop a Bluetooth hearing aid connected directly to the iPhone. This ushered in a new era of 'Made for iPhone' hearing aids. To help you adapt to all kinds of environments and situations and make sure you hear the sounds you like, ReSound offers a wide array of hearing aids, apps, and portable devices.
Oticon was founded in 1904 and is considered one of the most successful hearing aid companies. Located outside Copenhagen in Denmark, they are the world's second-largest manufacturer of hearing aids. In 1904, Oticon was founded by Hans Dement, whose wife suffered hearing loss. Its 'People First' slogan continues to inspire the company to innovate. From BrainHearing to OpenSound Navigation technology, Oticon has pioneered some groundbreaking technologies which have changed the industry. By raising the signal-to-noise ratio, BrainHearing attempts to address the issue of listening in noise.
Founded in 1964, Unitron collaborates closely with health practitioners and experts to build its customers' best hearing experience. The company, located in the “Silicon Valley” of Canada in Ontario's Kitchener-Waterloo region, has a reputation for producing hearing aids with natural sound. Unitron has won many product design awards for its efforts, including a Red Dot award for the Moxi Now, the smallest ever Receiver-in-Canal hearing aid.
Widex is dedicated to an environmentally conscious future just as much as they are to capturing clear and pure sounds. Based in Lynge, Denmark, their headquarters has been exclusively powered by wind and solar power since 2010. Widex carefully balances the added advantages of new technologies with the commitment to creating pure sound. In particular, Widex is known for its Widex “Sound”, which addresses the usual lag that happens with other hearing devices. This slight lag only lasts for a few milliseconds, but that's enough to deceive your brains and produce a tinny sound on your hearing aids. Widex hearing aids are empowered with technology to ensure lightning-fast access to natural sounds in your environment.