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Hearing Aid Brands

When it comes to hearing aids, there are far more styles and brands of hearing aids than most people ever imagined. As modern hearing aid technology has become more advanced, more variation has been introduced, providing you with more options when it comes to choosing your own hearing aids.

Here at Echo Hearing Center, we work with all major hearing aid brands. As an independent clinic, we are proud to offer plenty of options to our patients. To help familiarize you with some of the most popular hearing aid brands, you can check them out below before you come in to visit with our audiologist and find your perfect hearing aids.

Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon Hearing Aids

Oticon has a long history of innovation, stretching back over a century ago. From its humble origins, Oticon has become a leader in the hearing device industry, offering unique hearing technology thanks to the work Oticon has done in their research center.

Currently, Oticon has ten different hearing aid lines. Some of these hearing aids, like the Opn S, are rechargeable. Other hearing aids, like the Sensei and Opn Play, are designed to be used by children and teens. Also, many of their higher-end products come with advanced technology such as multi-channel compression, Bluetooth connectivity, and tinnitus support features.

Here is a complete lineup of Oticon’s current hearing aid offerings:

  • Opn S
  • Opn Play
  • Opn
  • Siya
  • Dynamo
  • Sensei SP
  • Sensei
  • Alta2
  • Nera2
  • Ria2
Signia Hearing Aids

Signia Hearing Aids

While they are a newer brand, Signia isn’t an entirely unknown quantity. Its parent company, The Sivantos Group, also owns Siemens and Rexton. As Siemens hearing aids are being phased out, Signia hearing aids can be considered the premier replacement.

Although Signia is a newer hearing aid brand, they have made up for lost time with an extensive offering of hearing aids. One of their signature new hearing aids, the Styletto, and Styletto Connect, come with a unique body shape thanks to their lithium-ion rechargeable hearing aid battery. Signia also offers all the other more standard styles of hearing aids, ranging from Behind-The-Ear and Invisible-In-Canal.

There are many Signia hearing aids, but this is their latest hearing aid advancements:

  • Styletto Connect
  • Styletto
  • Pure Charge&Go Nx
  • Motion Charge&Go Nx
  • Pure 10 Nx
  • Pure 13 Nx
  • Pure 312 Nx
  • Motion 13 Nx
  • Silk Nx
  • Insio Nx (ITE/ITC)
  • Insio Nx (IIC/CIC)
  • CROS Nx
Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak Hearing Aids

Over sixty years ago, Phonak was created by a group of French-Belgian investors. Phonak has made a steady march toward developing better hearing aids, with greater advancements being made at the turn of the century.

One thing Phonak emphasizes is restoring natural listening with their hearing aids after a person has experienced hearing loss. To do this, they have developed various technologies to sort through sound distortion and have their hearing aids compress sounds correctly for the most natural result. Phonak has also been a pioneer with their 24/7 hearing aid design with the unveiling of the Lyric.

For a complete lineup of all Phonak’s current hearing aids:

  • Audéo Marvel
  • Naída B
  • Sky B
  • Bolero B
  • Virto B-Titanium
  • Virto B
  • CROS B
  • Lyric
Widex Hearing Aids

Widex Hearing Aids

Founded in Denmark over fifty years ago, Widex continues to produce excellent hearing innovations. An interesting feature of the Widex headquarters is that they are wind-powered, making them the only “CO2 neutral hearing aid producer” among the many hearing aid manufacturers.

Widex offers a diverse lineup of hearing aids, with hearing devices ranging from rechargeable to hearing aids for children. A standout innovation from Widex is their Widex Zen Therapy, designed to help those with tinnitus. Their four-stage tinnitus therapy can be effective for those suffering from mild-to-severe tinnitus.

The current top hearing aid offerings from Widex are:

  • CROS
Starkey Hearing Aids

Starkey Hearing Aids

About fifty years ago, Starkey was founded in the Midwest. This American hearing aid manufacturer has notably fit world leaders such as Ronald Reagan and Mother Theresa.

Starkey is unique among the hearing aid brands as they emphasize new technologies over hearing aid lineup changes. So, instead of continually bringing out new hearing aids, Starkey chooses to introduce different technologies which can be found in their hearing aids.

Not all of their hearing aid styles are compatible with the various technologies they offer. Be sure to take advantage of our services and talk to our audiologist about what technology is right for your needs.

  • Livio AI
  • Halo iQ
  • Muse iQ
  • SoundLens Synergy iQ
  • Picasso
  • Z Series

Find All Major Hearing Aid Brands at Echo Hearing Center

The above five brands are just a handful of the excellent hearing aid manufacturers that we work with here at Echo Hearing Center.

To work with our audiologist to find the right hearing aids for your hearing loss needs, contact us for an appointment today. We look forward to assisting you in reconnecting with the world of sound around you.

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