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Signia Unveils Silk Nx, Instant-Fit CIC Hearing Aid

Late last week, Signia announced the launch of its latest version of its instant-fit, Silk, completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aids: Silk Nx. The new device is approximately twenty percent smaller than its predecessor, and includes new features from the Nx hearing aid technology platform. As an instant-fit solution, the Silk Nx devices use disposable soft-silicone Click…

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Signia Launches New Product Line with “Own Voice Processing” Feature

On March 1, Signia announced the launch of its latest hearing aids, the Pure Charge&Go Nx. The new products from Signia use a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and a proprietary feature called Own Voice Processing (OVP), designed to help new hearing aid users better adapt to the sound of their own voice. A common complaint among…

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Phonak Expands Rechargeable Hearing Aid Offerings; Announces New Roger Products Incorporating MultiBeam Technology

Swiss hearing aid manufacturer, Phonak, announced last week that they are expanding their latest-generation Belong platform with the new Naída B and Sky B hearing aids. Lithium-ion rechargeable options are also part of the expansion, including the Naída B-R RIC, Sky B-PR and CROS B-R (a solution for single-sided deafness). Additionally, the company also announcd…

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New Microphone Technology to be launched by Phonak and Advanced Bionics for Improved Hearing in Noise

Phonak and Advanced Bionics announced a new microphone technology this week that is said to help people with hearing aids and cochlear implants hear better, especially in noisy environments. Called MultiBeam Technology, the new approach could soon be applied in future advanced wireless microphones. The initial study results with patients have show significant improvements in…

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Starkey Introduces New iQ Hearing Aid Line Based on Virtual Reality Research

Starkey Hearing Technologies announced the launch this week of a new line of hearing aids, which the company says is based on “research in virtual reality, advanced neuroscience, and audiology and signal processing”. The new hearing aid lines include: Muse iQ, SoundLens Synergy iQ, and Halo iQ. Alongside the hearing aids, the company also released…

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