Hearing Aid Brands

Oticon

Oticon was founded by a devoted husband who was looking for a way to relieve his wife’s hearing problems. Never did Hans Demant think that someday his company would grow to be one of the most respected worldwide!

Each year the company strives to “put people first” by working ceaselessly to produce the best technology to help people around the world live richer, more fulfilling lives. The company was responsible for world’s first Internet of thing hearing aids, and it continues to innovate today with a new hearing aid called the OPN S. This device has been shown to help wearers can experience speech understanding in noisy environments as well as people with normal hearing.


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ReSound

With offices in over 80 countries around the world as part of the GN ReSound Group, ReSound was founded in 1943 and has built up a reputation for innovation and pushing the possibilities of hearing aid technology. As well-noted for their children’s ranges as well as full-size models, the company is also proud of its work using technology to meet the specialized needs of military veterans.

Resound made waves last year with the LiNX Quattro, which had a design so remarkable, it was awarded a Good Design Award 2018 in Japan. It boasts fantastic quality, streaming options, and great integration with smartphones.

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Starkey

Starting from humble beginnings in 1967, this American hearing aid manufacturer is now of the largest hearing aid companies in the world. Their in-the-canal hearing aids were a first in the industry, and were famously used by Ronald Regan during his presidency. Nowadays, the company is well-known for its work in helping those in need access hearing treatment around the world, through the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Their latest model is the Livio AI, billed as the world’s first multi-purpose hearing aid which also tracks your physical health and emotional well-being.



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Signia

Signia provide hearing aids to millions of users around the world. It continues to be inspired by the legacy of Siemens, one of the very first manufacturers of hearing aids way back in 1913, and one of its sister companies today. Siemens has contributed greatly to the industry, having been one of the first to integrate Bluetooth into their devices, and Signia is proud to be part of that tradition.

The company is proud to present it’s latest offering, the Styletto Connect. This is an ultra-slim hearing aid aimed at those who wouldn’t normally see themselves as hearing aid users. Boasting portable charging and Bluetooth connectivity it is housed in Signia’s ground-breaking SLIM-RIC casing and uses Signia’s proprietary Nx technology platform.

Phonak

One of the worlds most popular hearing aid brands, Swiss brand Phonak has pioneered 70 years of state-of-the-art technology and innovation. Now owned by Sonova, it was of the first companies to launch rechargeable hearing aids and also has a cochlear implant division. Phonak carriers a sterling reputation for quality and are also well known for their children’s hearing aid division.

The Marvel, their latest hearing aid, is introduced as the world’s first ‘universal’ hearing aid. It has a combination of great sound and the ability to connect to any modern phone through Bluetooth. It is currently a finalist in the Consumer Electronics & Information Technology category in the 2019 Edison Awards.



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Unitron

With 50 years of experience designing award-winning hearing aid solutions for people around the world, Unitron has built a reputation for quality at an affordable price. It is also proud of its cross-industry links with hearing health practitioners and researchers. One of the first Canadian manufacturers of hearing aid technology, it has now evolved into one of the fastest growing hearing instrument companies in the world.

Alongside high performing hardware, the company places great emphasis on the entire experience of buying and using hearing aids with it’s FLEX™ system. This approach to hearing healthcare improves the entire experience of buying and fitting hearing aids. This method is aimed at empowering the consumer, reducing product returns and increasing user satisfaction.

Widex

Widex is based was founded in 1956 in Denmark and is represented in over 100 countries globally. It is one of the few hearing aid companies to continue to be a family-run company. With around 10% of the global market share of the hearing aid market, the company’s products are well-known around the world.

With the Zen tinnitus management system, it is one of the leaders in helping people deal with their tinnitus management system. They launched the Evoke model last year, the first ever hearing aid to utilize machine learning technology.



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