Hearing Aid Brands
Phonak, headquartered in Stafa, Switzerland, has been designing, manufacturing and selling technologically leading hearing devices for more than 60 years. Phonak is a driving force for innovation, setting new standards for efficiency and user-friendly design. Phonak recently released the Phonak Marvel hearing aids which incorporate Autosense 3.0 and Binaural Voice Stream processing. These provide increased speech comprehension in noise, enhanced listening quality and an overall increase in sound quality, not to mention lithium-ion technology and a Bluetooth connectivity to any device.
Founded in 1967, Starkey is changing the world, one hearing aid at a time. Starkey believes that being able to understand the world is as fundamental to human life as breathing. That's why they've donated thousands of hearing aids to people around the world through their non-profit arm, the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The most exciting innovation of Starkey Hearing Technologies is encapsulated in their flagship model, the Livio AI. It uses integrated sensors and artificial intelligence and monitors physical activity and cognitive health of the wearer.
Resound is one of the largest producers of hearing aids in the world. Since its founding in 1943, Resound has been known for its sound quality, excellence in design and cutting-edge solutions that help hearing impaired people to rediscover their world. The Resound Linx Quattro is their newest release. Billed as the 'world's first Premium-Plus hearing aid solution', it combines a crisp sound experience, streaming functionalities and a lithium-ion rechargeable battery option.
Oticon, based in Denmark outside Copenhagen, is the second largest hearing aid manufacturer in the world. Founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, whose wife suffered hearing loss, Oticon was based from the very start on care and compassion. Powered by an unwavering passion for creativity, Oticon has since been at the cutting edge that enhances the lives of millions of people with hearing loss. Oticon recently released the On S, designed to give those with hearing loss a more personalized listening experience. Powered by the Velox S system, On S also features OpenSound Booster, a new configuration that offers an extra boost of support for the wearer in the most challenging circumstances.
It was a long time ago in 1878 that Werner von Siemens founded the company named after himself, after discovering that voice signals can be amplified via electrical means. Since then, the company has changed its name to Signia, but have maintained the high engineering standards of the original company. Through their hearing aid Signia Nx, they have recently offered a solution to one of the biggest challenges in the hearing aid industry: the unnatural sound of the wearer's own voice when using hearing aids. Signia’s Own Voice Processing software is the first to successfully address this According to Signia, NX hearing aids increase the patient's spontaneous acceptance the hearing aid by 75%.
Unitron is a Canada-based international hearing aid manufacturer. For over 50 years, Unitron has been making hearing aids. They now have 20 global offices and 50 international partners. Between 2014 and 2016, Unitron was awarded the Red Dot Technology Award. The new Moxi Now, the smallest receiver-in-canal device on the market, is one of their most ground-breaking contributions to the hearing aid industry. The Moxi Fit R is the world's smallest rechargeable hearing aid and uses the latest rechargeable, compact, versatile and easy-to-use silver-zinc batteries. Tempus, the new platform from Unitron, helps users maintain their understanding in the most difficult listening environments.
Founded in Denmark in 1956, Widex is known for providing the clearest sound around. They focus on what the user wants to hear rather than amplifying all sounds. Their hearing aids are famous for easily differentiating between conversations and background noise, blocking wind noise and other background noise sources. Widex is one of the leading producers of hearing aids, with its products in over 100 countries worldwide. Their latest offering is the Evoke, the first hearing aid ever to use advanced machine learning technology. Such hearing aids learn about the user's needs over time using which allows the device to incrementally improve their hearing experience with each passing day.