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The Best Hearing Aid Brands
For most people with hearing loss, hearing aids restore the sense of hearing through advanced electronic, digital technology.
Hearing aids are designed to assist people with hearing loss by amplifying sounds and improving sound signals that are sent to the brain. Like natural, binaural hearing, the hearing aid is designed in the image of the auditory process. Despite the differences in style and features, all hearing aids consist of the same elements: microphone (picks up sound), receiver (sends amplified sounds to the ear), volume control, battery door, and program switch. Across different countries and manufacturers, hearing aids are currently at the height of performance, design, and technology. Unlike hearing aids of the past century, contemporary hearing aids are much more streamlined and discreet in design, with incredible features that increase accessibility for wearers. We offer hearing aids from most manufacturers including, Unitron, Starkey, Siemens, Oticon, ReSound, Sonic Innovations, Rexton and Widex.
Unitron Hearing Aids
Unitron tests hearing instruments on real hearing patients, using feedback from audiologists to shape their products.
Be ready to take it all in with the new Stride Blu BTE hearing aids. Intuitive personalization options and enhanced automatic sound optimization to help you enjoy each day as it comes.
Starkey Hearing Aids
Starkey Hearing Technologies is the only American manufacturer in the game right now. Founded in 1967 in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Starkey was the first manufacturer to introduce an in-the-canal hearing aid as well as the first custom, digital invisible hearing aid.
Evolv AI hearing aids boast Starkey's most exceptional Starkey Sound yet. With up to 55 million personalized adjustments every hour, Evolv AI is expertly designed to automatically deliver realistic and genuine sound quality in every listening environment so you can hear and enjoy life.
GN ReSound Hearing Aids
Danish manufacturer GN ReSound has been producing high quality hearing aids since 1943. Resound was the first to produce hearing aids with an open-standard digital chip, as well as Wide Dynamic Range compression sound processing and Digital Feedback Suppression. These give wearers a listening experience with natural, clear sound.
Just like a fingerprint, your hearing is one of a kind. ReSound ONE uses the unique shape of your ear to collect sounds, just as nature intended.
Oticon Hearing Aids
With the mission of “People first,” Oticon has developed new technology that assists the brain in the hearing process.
Oticon More with BrainHearing™ technology is a revolutionary hearing aid that gives the brain more of the relevant information it needs to make better sense of sound, so you can get better speech understanding with less effort and the ability to remember more. Take better care of your brain, and your brain will take better care of you.
Siemens/Signia Hearing Aids
Founded in Berlin in 1947, Siemens is a leading manufacturer of hearing aids. Siemens has a long history of innovation, with the first behind-the-ear hearing aid in 1959 and first in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966.
Insio Charge&Go AX’s small design gives you all-day wearing comfort, while its leading Augmented Xperience audiology platform delivers outstanding speech clarity, even in noisy situations.
Widex Hearing Aids
Widex is a family owned company founded in Denmark in 1956. Today, it is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hearing aids. Their approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first fully digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as their own revolutionary wireless technology. Widex believes that hearing aids are more than the technology inside them. Widex focuses just as much on design of hearing aids as on technology to create a near-natural hearing experience.
WIDEX MOMENT™ delivers pure, undistorted, natural sound. So you can better connect with the world around you.