When you rely on your hearing aids to help you communicate with others and navigate the world around you, it can feel devastating when something goes wrong with them. If you’re experiencing a hearing aid malfunction, don’t panic. You may not need a replacement just...
Siemens Hearing Aids
Werner von Siemens manufactured telegraphic instruments over 150 years ago until he started to develop an amplified telephone receiver to address hearing challenges, establishing him as a pioneer in the hearing aid industry in 1877. The Siemens company went on to produce the first BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing instrument in 1959 and then the first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966.
Siemens became Sivantos in 2015, producing Signia hearing aids with Siemens’ technology even as the company continued to release their own Siemens brand hearing aids. With the merger of the Sivantos Group with Widex to create WS Audiology group in 2019, Siemens became a part of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturing consortium.
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Siemens’ Processing Platform
One of Siemens’ leading innovations is the capacity to simulate binaural hearing through their Binax platform that utilizes an eight-microphone network (four per hearing aid) and connects the two devices wirelessly using e2e technology to share and balance incoming sound signals.
Testing conducted by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg, revealed that Binax technology has the capacity to produce a level of sound clarity that provides its users with an advantage over those with normal hearing in a noisy environment.
Along with Binax, Siemens hearing aids include Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural and High Definition Sound Resolution to help improve your listening experience.
Features of Siemens Hearing Aids
Standard or rechargeable batteries as well as easy manual adjustment are among the features of Siemens hearing aids as is the capacity to connect your hearing aids to your smartphone, television, telephone, and other digital devices, not only enhancing your hearing aids’ experience but also making it possible for you to receive virtual assistance from your hearing care provider from a remote location.
Patient-Focused Hearing Aid Repair from Upstate Hearing
Hearing aids like those produced by Siemens provide those who need a boost toward better hearing with an advanced technology solution. That’s why Upstate Hearing Aid Center provides those who wear Siemens hearing aids with technical support, maintenance, and repair of Siemens, Sonic, Unitron, and other brand name hearing aids so they can continue to get the most benefit from their hearing instruments.
The ongoing, trusted, and personalized care our doctors of audiology provide is among the many advantages of working with a hearing care professional over purchasing your hearing devices from a hearing aid dispenser, online or over-the-counter.
Upstate residents reap great benefits from our support, encouragement, and personalized care designed to enhance your hearing and your quality of life.
If you or a loved one is struggling with a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing aid technicians, submit the adjacent form in order to contact the most trusted hearing care clinic in Upstate South Carolina.
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Just knowing whether or not you’re experiencing hearing loss does not provide you with enough answers to determine the best treatment to restore hearing loss or prevent further damage to your hearing.
Our diagnostic hearing evaluation will identify the type and severity of hearing loss so we can customize a better hearing care plan to address your hearing.
Take your first step on the journey to better hearing by scheduling a hearing assessment today.
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