Contrast Custom+

For an ultra-discreet, custom fit.

The Signia Stretta UP-R combines an ultra-power BTE device with rechargeable technology. The innovative device is the complete package for those who want to take full advantage of advanced motion technology despite severe to profound hearing loss.

With Bluetooth connectivity, Li-ion rechargeability and telecoil, it offers a world of new hearing and handling possibilities not familiar to patients with conventional / historic UP devices.

At a glance

Easy audio streaming and remote control functionality via the Signia App.

Optimised placement and orientation ensure the best possible hearing performance.
Tinnitus therapy signals with five static noise types and four ocean wave signals.

Via the touchControl App, hearing programs, volume, directionality, bass and treble can be discreetly changed.

Contrast custom is compatible with CROS/BiCROS product.

Key features

Telephone Program

HD Music

StreamLine TV Compatible

Remote control

Hearing your own voice

Speech and noise management



Signia Contrast™ - Separating speech from the noise. Reducing listening effort.

Signia Contrast hearing aids are available exclusively to NHS and Public Sector providers. Signia Contrast is the predecessor of Signia Stretta.


Combining the optimal balance of sound quality and audibility tailored to the wearer’s individual preference, Contrast separates speech from the noise using its 32 channel automatic directionality, narrow directionality and SpeechMaster* features. This reduces listening effort and helps re-socialise patients with hearing difficulty, thereby improving their general well-being.

Contrast Custom+ in detail.

Available in a variety of models, the Contrast Custom+ offers outstanding sound quality and performance.


All Contrast Custom+ models, from ITEs down to even the CICs can be remotely controlled via the Signia app. Signia accessories further enhance the wireless connectivity options of all Contrast Custom+ models.

Available Colours

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