Hearing aid technology has come a long way in recent years. These days, you’ll find a range of hearing aids from manufacturers that are smart, digital, wireless devices with a high level of performance.
In general, hearing aids share similar components to achieve the purpose of amplifying sound and delivering it with clarity. All hearing aids have a microphone, amplifier, battery, volume control, a processing platform, and a unit that houses all of these parts.
There are many styles of hearing aids, designed to treat a diverse range of degrees of hearing loss and needs. Most hearing aids are fully customizable and are tailored to meet your specific hearing requirements.
Here at Clarity Hearing, we are proud to offer hearing aids from the following manufacturers.
We offer hearing aids from leading brands
Founded in 1964 in “Canada’s Silicon Valley,” Unitron is a subsidiary of the Sonovo Group and is a global provider of hearing instruments. In addition to their constant research and development into the newest hearing aid technologies, Unitron works with communities around the globe to raise awareness on hearing loss and collaborates with entities such as the Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss and the Hear the World Foundation. Unitron’s latest hearing innovation is the Discover platform, which uses a feature called SoundCore to help process and classify sounds accurately. Unitron hearing aids include Stride, Moxi Jump-R (rechargeable), Moxi Fit and Stride, available in different technology levels for different degrees of hearing loss: Entry, Mid-Range, Advanced, and Premium. Unitron’s TrueFit software allows hearing professionals to tailor Unitron hearing aids to their clients’ specific needs. They also have a unique feature called Flex that allows the hearing aids to be upgraded internally, should the change be needed.
Signia is the brand that was once a part of Siemens, a household name for quality manufacturing. Since 1913, Siemens (and now Signia) has been on the forefront of innovative technology offering advanced hearing instruments for people with a wide range of hearing loss. In 1959, Siemens developed the first behind the ear hearing aid and the first in the ear hearing aid in 1966. Their most recent products, the NX and Xperience, have faster processing speed, rechargeable options and innovative technology to help first-time wearers with the sound of their own voice. Signia hearing aids are available in a wide range of wearing styles, colors and levels of technology so that you can find the right solution for your lifestyle and preferences.
Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Starkey is an American manufacturer of hearing aids founded in 1967. In conjunction with the Starkey Hearing Research Center in Berkeley, Starkey Hearing Technologies has developed some of the most advanced hearing devices available today, from their Halo Made for iPhone hearing aid (winner of the 2015 Silver Edison Award) to the Z Series hearing aids. Starkey’s latest offering is the Livio and Livio AI products. Featuring activity sensors and artificial intelligence, Livio AI is the first hearing system to track brain and body health. You can also easily make adjustments on the go with their Thrive app for smartphones. Also important for our warm Arizona summers, these devices feature Starkey's Surface NanoShield, a moisture repellent system to help protect and ensure durability and dependability.
Founded more than 60 years ago, Widex is considered one of the major hearing aid manufacturers. This Danish company successfully manufactured the very first 100% digital in-the-ear hearing instrument in 1995. Given its unprecedented approach and breakthrough technologies, the manufacturer can now boast its new Evoke hearing aids with machine learning technology.The latest Widex Evoke hearing aids, launched in 2018, are the very first hearing aids to come with machine learning capabilities. This means that they can learn the user preferences over time and adjust their algorithms accordingly. The final result is a more personalized soundscape for the user. The Evoke devices also come with the latest 2.4 GhZ Bluetooth technology, which allows a more efficient and clearer streaming of signals across smartphones and other devices.
Danish manufacturer ReSound began their work in 1943 and has since become a leader in hearing aid technology. Their early contributions to hearing instruments include Wide Dynamic Range Compression and Digital Feedback Suppression, two processing systems to improve listening experiences for their wearers. ReSound's latest product is the LiNX Quattro, which offers wearers a brilliant sound experience. Resound LiNX Quattro's offer a full spectrum of sound, with direct streaming from mobile devices and rechargeability. Users of these hearing aids can also use Resound's 3D app (available on Android and iOS) to control their devices wherever they are. Wearers get easy access to everything you need for a quick adjustment and never have to miss an opportunity to be fully engaged in the world around them.