Hearing Aid Manufacturers

With so many hearing aids available on the market, it can be difficult to sift through the types, styles, and brands available. Each offers a profile of benefits to the wearer, and we are here to help you decide which aids will best suit your lifestyle and specific needs. The following are some of the major brands and their offerings.



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Starkey

Starkey is one of the older and more well-known hearing aid manufacturers in the United States. They are in the business of connecting people and changing lives. They believe being able to hear the world and the people around us is as essential to the human experience as breathing. With this history of excellence, the company has become a reliable name in the hearing aid business. One of their recent innovations is an iPhone compatible hearing aid that streams phone calls and smart phone sound into the ear directly through the hearing aid. They also offer tinnitus and noise reduction technology. They are committed to innovation, philanthropy, American-made craftsmanship, and individualized attention.


ReSound

With roots that reach all the way back to 1943, ReSound has pioneered the hearing aid industry and delivered a number of hearing industry firsts. ReSound hearing aids focus on creating versatile units that can withstand the demands of active lifestyles. With a specialized coating that can keep away moisture, dirt, debris, perspiration, and other harmful substances, these units are resilient to the environmental damage of the natural world. Although their designs are sleek and innovative, they also offer manual controls that are easy to manipulate. ReSound creates an ecosystem of hearing aids, apps, and wireless accessories to let you adapt to all kinds of environments and situations and makes sure you hear the sounds you want to hear.

Oticon

This Danish manufacturer has specialized in high-end hearing aids that can replicate the natural world of sound, making them a world leader in hearing care since 1904. Many Oticon users acclaim the precision of their aids, enabling them to hear complicated noisy environments with seemingly acoustic accuracy. Personalized features make these aids suited to most kinds of hearing loss. Oticon offers the People First promise to empower people to communicate freely, to interact naturally, and to participate actively in the world.

Signia

Tracing its roots back to the Sivantos Group in the 1800s, Signia is a 140-year-old hearing technology company that continues to offer innovative products for global markets. Reaching back to early telephone receiver technology, Signia now offers a wide range of hearing aids that take advantage of the latest technological advances. Now one of the top three companies in the world, Signia continues to offer cutting edge hearing aids for a wide range of needs.

Phonak

Phonak imagines a world where everyone enjoys the delight of hearing and therefore lives a life without limitations, and they are passionate about creating hearing solutions that change people’s lives to thrive socially and emotionally.

Known for their sleek designs and long battery life, Phonak hearing aids come in a wide variety of styles, including Behind The Ear (BTE), In The Ear (ITE), and Receiver In Canal (RIC) models. One of their best known features is the SoundRecover technology. This innovation allows users to hear high frequencies that have been lost for a long time.


Unitron

Unitron is a global company based in Canada, and they are designing for the future. Offering a variety of Behind The Ear (BTE) hearing aids, they focus on the user experience through innovation and technological advancement. Investing heavily in research and development has become key to Unitron’s success. Aesthetics, comfort, and intuitive functionality are the core values of their design approach.

Widex

Widex is a Danish hearing aid company with 50 years of experience in the field. They were the first to create a fully digital hearing aid with wireless technology, an innovation that has been adopted widely throughout the field. Their main models of hearing aids treat different degrees of hearing loss. The Widex Sound is known to offer a full spectrum, from background sound to whispering voices in a crowd.