Hearing aid manufacturers

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We supply all major makes and models of hearing aids from across the world. Here is a look at some of the worlds biggest hearing aid companies along with links to their websites.

Signia/Siemens

Werner von Siemens wanted to make communication easier for hearing-impaired people. In 1878, he invented a telephone for the hearing-impaired, laying the cornerstone for an ongoing success story that is already more than 130 years old. Today, Signia (formally Siemens hearing) is a reputable and globally recognised producer of cutting edge hearing technology. A combination of German engineering and a dedication to innovation has seen the brand become the largest manufacturer of hearing instruments in the world, with one out of every three hearing aids used worldwide being a Siemens/Signia product.

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Phonak

Phonak is a premium Swiss manufacturer intent on improving the lives of those suffering hearing loss. Phonak hearing aids are some of the most flexible and adjustable hearing aids on the market. This means that they can be made to work for almost any hearing loss or any group of hearing needs, even if this changes over time. Phonak arguably has the world’s largest range of hearing aids for any hearing loss, hence their slogan of: “a Phonak for everyone”.

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Oticon

Founded in 1940 by Hans Demant, the Danish husband of a hearing impaired wife. Oticon today is the world’s second largest hearing aid manufacturer. Oticon Hearing aids have won several design awards and are renowned for the comfortable sound quality, sleek appearance and durability. Always on the forefront with their hearing aid technology releases; they were the first company to launch the popular receiver in canal style of hearing aids in Australia.

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Resound

GN ReSound is a providers of hearing aids and diagnostic audiological instrumentation, represented in more than 80 countries. Headquartered in Ballerup, Denmark, GN ReSound is part of GN Store Nord. ReSound was founded by Dr. Rodney Perkins of Stanford University.

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Starkey

Starkey Hearing Technologies is an American privately owned company based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota that makes hearing aids. In 1967, William F. Austin started a small hearing aid repair store after dropping out of medical school. In 1970, he purchased an ear mold company called Starkey Labs for $13,000(USD). Under Austin, Starkey started manufacturing hearing aids, and became known for its customer service. The company offered the industry's first 90-day trial period, and repaired hearing aids made by other companies. In 1983, the company's sales doubled when Ronald Reagan started wearing its hearing aids while he was president, which caused a manufacturing crisis at the company to meet demand. In 2014, Starkey introduced Halo, a hearing aid that works with the iPhone and an associated app.

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Widex

Widex is a family owned company founded in Denmark in 1956. Today, it is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hearing aids. Widex hearing aids are sold in more than 100 countries around the world, and the company employs over 4,000 people worldwide. Widex have managed to forge a reputation as one of the most innovative manufacturers in the industry. An uncompromising approach to innovation has led to such advances as the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as their own revolutionary wireless technology.

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Unitron

A global company located in Canada’s hot-bed of technology, Unitron are committed to creating a culture built on their employees’ commitment to developing products and technologies that offer real-life benefits to people with hearing loss. Founded in 1964 Unitron are responsible for patented innovations that set new industry standards. Their clinically proven SmartFocus the most significant advance in making speech-in-noise intelligible in more than a decade. Unitron incorporate Speech Intelligibility Technology into every hearing instrument they make, so everyone benefits. Because hearing matters.

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Signia/Siemens

Werner von Siemens wanted to make communication easier for hearing-impaired people. In 1878, he invented a telephone for the hearing-impaired, laying the cornerstone for an ongoing success story that is already more than 130 years old. Today, Signia (formally Siemens hearing) is a reputable and globally recognised producer of cutting edge hearing technology. A combination of German engineering and a dedication to innovation has seen the brand become the largest manufacturer of hearing instruments in the world, with one out of every three hearing aids used worldwide being a Siemens/Signia product.

 

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