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Since we are an independent hearing aid centre and audiology clinic, you can be rest assured that our suggestions will be based on the brand we believe is best for you. We are happy to provide a complete line of devices from world-class manufacturers. We are always adding new hearing aids to our inventory, so be sure to inquire about the most recent additions
Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon is a subsidiary of Denmark’s William Demant Holdings, which also owns Bernafon and Sonic Innovations. As a result, they are one of the world’s largest hearing aid producers, selling through a variety of retail outlets. Oticon’s Intiga hearing aids are the company’s most recent product. This is the smallest wireless hearing aid on the market, thanks to its newly designed case and speaker wire. This processing unit along with the features are also included in Oticon’s other hearing aid models, including the Agil Pro, Agil, Acto Pro, Acto, as well as Ino and Ino Pro.
Starkey Hearing Aids
Starkey is an American hearing aid manufacturer well known for Ronald Reagan’s use of totally in-the-canal hearing devices. Their objective is to only offer technology that has been scientifically proven to benefit customers. They use cutting-edge technology such as real-time ear measurements in their hearing aids and are one of only two businesses that use the improved 2.4GHz Wireless connectivity. Late in 2010, they were also the first business to introduce invisible in-canal (IIC) hearing aids. Starkey has been working hard to develop innovative hearing aid technology that can compete with the best in the world.
Phonak Hearing Aids
Sonova owns Phonak, a high-end Swiss hearing aid manufacturer. Phonak is one of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturers, and it has always been on the cutting edge of technology, particularly when it comes to boosting people’s ability to hear speech in noisy environments. Phonak hearing aids have some highly capable wireless technology built in, allowing real stereo wireless sound transfer over Bluetooth compatible devices. They also provide a variety of hearing aid compatible and free-standing FM systems, allowing for improved connectivity. The Ambra, Naida S IX, Naida S IX CRT, and Smart S IX are Phonak’s current top-of-the-line hearing aids with SPICE+ platform. They all have the same features, but they come in a variety of styles and may be used for different degrees of hearing loss.
Interton Hearing Aids
Interton’s motto, “High-tech: produced in Germany,” is to dominate the hearing aids market. This ongoing push for technological advancement has resulted in some incredible advances in Interton products. Artificial intelligence is one of Interton’s most recent technological advances in their pursuit of better hearing aids. It’s not about a computer whispering words into your ear; instead, it’s about a hearing aid that will allow you to filter out background noise and improve your understanding of verbal communication. The fact that in-the-ear hearing aids frequently offer the clearest sound is why so many individuals choose them. These hearing aids, on the other hand, are a little uncomfortable and require some getting used to. People may get the sound quality of an in-the-ear hearing aid with the comfort of a behind-the-ear hearing aid, thanks to Interton’s technological breakthroughs.
Audio Service Hearing Aids
Audio Service has been partnering with customers to help them develop successful hearing businesses since 1977. We work as an extension of our clients’ businesses, putting their brand first and developing the products and services that their customers want, as well as market-driven innovations that keep them moving forward. Audio Service is the ideal private label partner in the fast-growing hearing business. Audio Service is committed to collaborating with customers to help them establish successful hearing businesses. The Slim-revolutionary RIC’s design now includes the newest motion technology, which recognises and adapts to over 120 different sound environments automatically. This guarantees that users have the greatest possible hearing experience.