Signia Hearing Aids

A commitment to provide stylish and discreet hearing wear without sacrificing performance is reflected in the production of Signia’s BTE, ITE, and ITC devices that feature sophisticated form, graceful lines, a precise fit, and a natural hearing experience to help their users “take life in stride.”

Signia’s goal to enhance human performance through iconic innovations that shape the hearing aid industry has made them a leading hearing aid brand all across the globe.

The innovation and production of hearing aids isn’t just about correcting a loss but also gaining an edge; not just performing but also performing brilliantly; not just hearing again but also hearing every word, beat, and breath.

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Signia’s Sound Processing

The OVP platform developed by Signia makes it possible for hearing aid users to enjoy better sound quality and speech clarity, thanks to acoustic motion sensors capable of producing a more natural hearing experience. Enhanced speech understanding, which includes a live deep neural network and continuously learning AI, adapts to your individual needs as you move from one listening environment to another.

Signia devices process speech and background noise separately and then recombine them to deliver outstanding speech clarity in a fully immersive soundscape without reducing echoes and feedback in reverberant environments as well as making your own voice sound more natural.

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Features of Signia Hearing Aids

A major convenience feature is the inclusion of the world’s first inductive charging system, which includes a 24-hour, rechargeable, lithium ion-powered hearing aid battery developed by Signia.

Connectivity with iPhone, Android, and a wide range of digital devices are supported by Signia devices and apps that include StreamLine Mic, StreamLine TV, and others able to facilitate discrete sound quality adjustment by using your SmartPhone.

Signia’s TeleCare app makes it possible to connect with your hearing care provider in order to stay up to date with ongoing counseling, troubleshooting, and programming support without the need for an in-office appointment.

Patient-Focused Hearing Care at Upstate Hearing

Signia hearing aids are one of the advanced technology solutions used by our audiologists at Upstate Hearing Aid Center, but no device, no matter how advanced, will replace you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

Beginning with highly accurate comprehensive hearing assessments to identify your specific hearing challenges, our doctors of audiology are able to guide you through the process of selecting the hearing aid that addresses your specific hearing needs as well as take your personal preferences and budget parameters into account.

Fitting you with advanced hearing aid technology from brand name manufacturers, such as Signia, Starkey, Earlens, and more, is just the beginning of the ongoing counseling, technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair necessary to help you hear better as well as enjoy an active, independent lifestyle.

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.

Schedule A Diagnostic Hearing Evaluation

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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