Hearing Aid Manufacturers

We are dedicated to offering a broad range of devices for all kinds of hearing loss, lifestyles and budgets to those with hearing loss. We work with leading producers to make sure your listening aids enable you to reconnect with your loved ones, friends, co-workers and improve your quality of life. Here are the hearing aid brands we are proud to offer.

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Oticon

Oticon is one of the foremost hearing aid companies worldwide. Based in Denmark, Oticon was founded in 1904 by a man who wanted to help improve the life of his wife, who had hearing loss. With the slogan “People First,” this philosophy has inspired Oticon’s research and technology ever since.

The company made waves with its wildly successful device the Opn. When it was released, Opn was the world’s first internet-connected hearing aid and boasted a unique revolutionary 360° open sound experience.

Not willing to rest on previous successes, the company recently introduced the new Opn S, which builds upon the original and allows to user to experience speech understanding at a level on par with people with normal hearing. Another development has been the introduction of their first ever lithium-ion powered rechargeable hearing device in the new Opn S platform.

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Phonak

In business for over 70 years and represented in more than 100 countries worldwide, Phonak is a Swiss manufacturer and part of the Sonovo Group. Committed to “changing people’s lives to thrive socially and emotionally” through hearing aid technology, they are one of the top three hearing aid manufacturers in the world, and their devices come highly regarded by audiologists.

Driven by cutting edge technology and innovative product design, they have been renowned for their Bolero and Audeo hearing aids. Their latest offering is the Phonak Marvel, the world’s first hearing aid to combine clear, rich sound quality with universal “made for all” Bluetooth connectivity. This model was a finalist in the Consumer Electronics & Information Technology category in the 2019 Edison Awards, which honors the world’s most innovative technology.

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Resound

Resound is a long-standing Danish hearing device manufacturer. They are known for their innovation and technology and are considered one of the top five hearing aid companies worldwide. In the past 20 years, they have pushed the boundaries with what is possible in the hearing world.

Their LiNX Quattro line up in 2018 was released to wide acclaim. They were the first producer of an open fit’ style of hearing aids that were considered a revolutionary advance in technology at the time. They also recently introduced the very first Made For iPhone hearing aids which finally made it easier for hearing aid users to stream content to their phone, without having to carry a standalone streamer. This year, they plan to leverage the power of artificial intelligence in their Quattro range of hearing aids.

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Signia

Many people know Siemens for its popular electronic consumer devices, but their hearing aid branch, Signia, is actually one of the largest producers of hearing aids worldwide. Signia’s binax and primax hearing aids have received critical and commercial acclaim. Their latest technology is the Styletto, which was created in order to “break the stigma associated with traditional hearing aid design.” Stylish and sophisticated, the Styletto is aimed at those who are not the usual candidates for hearing aids. With the launch of this sleek, discreet device, the Signia hopes to encourage self-conscious people who are suffering from hearing loss to seek treatment.

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Starkey

This proudly American company has a long history of innovation. Formed in 1967, Starkey was responsible for a series of firsts in the industry, from the first digital in-canal hearing aid and customizable Invisible-In-Canal hearing aid, to pioneering nanotechnology to make their hearing aids waterproof.

Committed to “connecting people and changing lives”, the company is known for its philanthropy. Their charitable arm, the Starkey Hearing Foundation, travels the globe to fit free hearing aids for those who need them, empowering individuals worldwide with the gift of hearing. So far, more than 1 million people who otherwise couldn’t hear have been given a chance to be a part of this world thanks to the Starkey Hearing Foundation.

With its latest incarnation the Livio AI, Starkey is looking to transform the hearing experience. It is billed as the world’s first Healthable™ hearing aid, using a combination of integrated sensors and artificial intelligence to track physical activity and cognitive health, blurring the lines between hearing aids and wearable health devices.

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Widex

Widex is one of the few family-owned hearing aid firms still owned by the people who originally founded the company. Formed in Denmark, they are rated among the top 5 producers of hearing aids worldwide. They have always focused on developing technology that helps people live their lives better. The Widex sound is renowned throughout the hearing aid industry. In a testament to the quality of their products, those who use Widex hearing aids tend to stay loyal to the brand.

With the Evoke, the company pioneered the use of machine learning in hearing aid technology. Fans of Widex are currently waiting patiently for a fuel cell powered hearing aid which is able to hold a full day’s charge with only 20 seconds of charging, and never needs a battery.

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Unitron

Unitron has over 50 years of experience developing hearing technology for individuals across the globe. Owned by the larger earing conglomerate Sonova, they provide state-of -the-art technology and brand quality at a reasonable cost.

Unitron produces many kinds of hearing aids, but their Flex Trial is one of their more innovative ideas. You can improve this hearing aid technology using software and can upgrade your hearing aids for the cost difference instead of buying new hearing aids. This means that you can easily upgrade from a medium-level hearing aid to a higher-quality hearing aid as you enter periods of your life with an increased need for a more sophisticated device.

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Rexton

Rexton was founded on the idea that everyone should have access to outstanding hearing technology. In their technology, they provide superior sound, durability and personalization so that you get the best hearing experience possible. Rexton is regarded the intelligent choice for hearing aid users due to fantastic balance between quality and price.

Signia, one of the major producers of hearing aids, produces technology for Rexton hearing aids. They have been exploring, developing and producing cutting-edge hearing aids for over a hundred years. Signia were the company responsible for the world’s first BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aid, integrated Bluetooth hearing aid and the world’s first waterproof, dustproof and shockproof hearing aids.

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Sonic Innovation

SONIC innovation is an up-and-coming hearing aid manufacturer that already boasts a number of innovative hearing aid models such as the Natura 2 SE and the Altair. Three brilliant research engineers established the company, which has led to a passion for how the brain receives and processes sound. Indeed, one of the founders was renowned for developing algorithms that accurately simulated how the ear and brain process sound.

With digital technology and advanced microchip production technologies, their first product, which a fully digital hearing aid, was developed in 1988. The company is currently focusing on algorithms that enable the user to separate speech from noise, as well as reduce the effect of background noise.

All their products adhere to their “4S” principles, which promises natural sound, speech understanding in noise, a simplicity in design, and an aesthetically pleasing style.

To learn more about these outstanding producers and which devices are best for you, contact us at P.K. Lambert and Associates.

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