Hearing Aid Brands

With over 70 years of providing excellent hearing solutions to those in need, Phonak has a rich history, which began in Switzerland. During those years, Phonak has consistently created and provided the latest in hearing aid and sound technology. They have constantly been on the cutting edge, introducing the smallest hearing aid and the first bluetooth compatible device. Their innovation and commitment to excellence has been well tested over time.

Their newest device, Phonak Marvel, uses the best technology to give you an easy to use device with high quality sound.  This rechargeable device can connect to other media devices and apps for an overall hearing experience like no other.

Unitron was founded in 1964 in Waterloo Region, Canada. Unitron is committed to delivering the best patient experience, which goes beyond simply the product. Unitron has developed the FLEX model, which includes a unique ability to both try, as well as, upgrade features in hearing devices.

Unitron’s latest platform, Discover, is all about empowering people with hearing loss to love their lives and experiences.

Oticon has been a world leader in hearing healthcare since 1904. Based in Denmark, Oticon’s focus is on “People First.”

Oticon’s Opn S hearing aid is a huge leap forward in hearing technology, offering speech understanding on par with normal hearing.

Starkey is the only major hearing aid manufacturer based in the U.S.A. Founded in 1967, Starkey is known for developing the first in-canal hearing aid and first custom, digital and fully programmable invisible hearing aid.

Starkey is a pioneer still today with its new Livio AI hearing device, which offers rechargeability, wireless streaming to smartphones, and the ability to track body and brain health.

Founded in Denmark in 1956, Widex is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hearing aids. Widex offers the most advanced natural sound available on the market.

The Widex Evoke represents a breakthrough in hearing technology, featuring real-time machine learning and more user control with less effort.

Resound is part of the GN Group and has been developing premier hearing technology since 1943. Resound was the first hearing aid manufacturer to deliver 2.4GHz technology in hearing aids for direct connectivity and the world’s first Made for Apple® hearing aid with direct stereo sound streaming.

Resound Linx Quattro offers a better hearing experience through layers of sound, direct streaming, rechargeability, and user support.

Signia, which used to go by the Siemens name, is owned by Sivantos Group, based in both Singapore and Denmark. Their mission is to help people with hearing loss lead better lives.

Signia’s Styletto hearing aid is the world’s first slim receiver in the canal hearing aid. Featuring a full suite of technologies, Styletto allows users to hear better with confidence.

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