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Starkey Hearing Aids
Starkey Hearing Technologies: Company Overview
Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Starkey Hearing Technologies is the world’s only American hearing aid manufacturer. Founded in 1967, Starkey is committed to the art and science of hearing, as well as their mission: “Alone we can’t do much. Together, we can change the world.” From this, Starkey works in conjunction with their research institute in Berkeley to design hearing aids that are simultaneously sleek, discreet, accessible, and flexible. Starkey’s philanthropy efforts are housed in the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which donates hearing aids to developing countries for every purchase made of a Starkey hearing aid.
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Evolv AI offers friendly AI paired with our newest and most advanced connectivity ever. With improved connection, more Android connectivity than ever before, and our best sound quality, you can experience and enjoy your favorite TV, music and conversations. A full line of hearing aids automatically connected to your lifestyle makes better hearing effortless.
Introducing 2-Way Audio
Hear and connect effortlessly with hands-free conversations.
Evolv AI is updated to deliver 2-Way Audio in every wireless style. Now, hearing aid microphones pick up and stream your voice directly back to iPhone and iPad,* allowing you to seamlessly talk hands-free.
The Thrive Hearing Control app gives the user full control over their hearing aids using their smartphone. Like a TV remote, it lets people adjust volume, switch memories and manage other features that hearing aids couldn’t do until now.
The Thrive app is easy to set up, use and navigate, and gives wearers access to features to help them hear and live better:
- Healthable features like Engagement and Activity tracking.
- Assistive features like Find My Phone, Translate, Transcribe and Self Check, which lets you check your hearing aid performance without an office visit.
- And hearing features like Mask Mode, which helps make it easier to hear people who are wearing face masks.