As the second-largest manufacturer of hearing aids and over 100 years of experience in the hearing aid industry, Oticon continues to push the boundaries of what hearing assistive technologies can do. Their recent introduction of BrainHearing™ and OpenSound Navigator™ technologies have set the bar for what hearing aids can offer.
These innovative platforms employ powerful processing abilities, including the ability to scan the sound environment 100 times per second to process and balance each sound individually. The end result is a reduction in the amount of work the brain must do to focus on and process sounds in difficult listening situations. These features are present in Oticon’s recently released Opn® line of hearing aids—the world’s first internet-connected hearing aids.
We rely on Oticon’s continued innovation and commitment to quality for the success our patients expect. Learn more about Oticon’s products by visiting their website here.
With a full range of hearing products and new rechargeable hearing aid technology, users can now enjoy superior hearing performance while freeing themselves from the hassles of disposable batteries. Phonak’s Lyric® model is the first extended-wear (essentially invisible) hearing aid to hit the market, enabling wearers to leave it deep within their ear canal for months at a time.
Along with their new custom-made titanium hearing aids offering unparalleled performance with discreet placement, and hearing aids equipped with Binaural VoiceStream™, Roger Wireless, and AutoSense OS technologies, Phonak is propelling hearing technology fast into the future. Learn more about Phonak and their products by visiting their website here.
ReSound’s wide range of hearing aids boast useful and unique technologies, including iSolate Nanotech™ protective coatings to reduce moisture damage and a breakthrough remote microphone design that better utilizes the shape of the ear to overcome typical distortions and problems with sound localization.
ReSound has also optimized the use of Smart Hearing™ smartphone apps for easy customization of hearing aid settings in their recent LiNX 3D model. Getting hearing aids to achieve their best results for your unique lifestyle has never been easier. Learn more about ReSound by visiting their website here.
Signia, formerly known as Siemens, is a leading hearing aid manufacturer offering a full range of hearing aids for types and levels of hearing loss. Established in 1847, Signia has earned a reputation over the last century and currently supplies one in every four hearing aids across the globe. Their leading hearing aid technology enables users to hear better with less effort.
Rexton is a hearing aid manufacturer built on the premise that exceptional hearing should be accessible to all. Their complete line of products offer unprecedented wearing comfort for every lifestyle, and provide a relaxed listening experience for every situation.
Sonic’s products are built on a forward-thinking foundation of Speech Variable Processing technology. This proprietary innovation combines the best of binaural (two ear) hearing capabilities and wireless connectivity to give wearers an adaptable and responsive hearing aid experience.
The Speech Variable Processing technology is also capable of identifying voice frequencies to give speech a priority over background noise. Most of Sonic’s products are also equipped to connect wirelessly to everyday devices like TVs, mobile phones, music players, and more. To learn more about Sonic’s hearing aids, visit their website here.
Unitron offers a full range of hearing aids for all lifestyles, including a newly released line of rechargeable models. They also boast having the world’s smallest Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid available, perfect for people needing more power without compromising style and performance.
Their various lines of hearing aid models offer a wide range of potential features—a result of their user-centric approach to design. They have truly created something for everyone, which is why we rely on them to deliver the results our patient’s are hoping for. To learn more about Unitron’s hearing aids, visit their website here.
After being established in 1956 by two Danish families, Widex went on to introduce the world’s first completely digital hearing aid in 1995. Since then, Widex continues to lead the way with technological advancements in wireless connectivity and improved listening experiences. They’ve recently released a Made for iPhone® hearing aid, as well as models using automatic sound environment detection capabilities.
Widex is also the only hearing aid manufacturer to boast a carbon-neutral headquarters, utilizing ground water and wind turbines to heat, cool, and power their facilities. Widex’s approach has always benefited patients, but now it’s helping the planet too. Learn more about Widex’s products by visiting their website here.
If you aren’t satisfied with your hearing aids after several visits, we completely understand. All of our hearing aids include a 45-day risk-free trial period as well as a comprehensive manufacturer’s warranty. At Center for Better Hearing, we’re committed to your success and happiness with your new device.