Innovative Solutions

Signia regularly introduces new hearing innovations designed to  improve the quality of life for those with hearing loss. From sleek and stylish, to flexible and durable, Signia offers a wide range of high-performing hearing aids loaded with features to help your patients enhance their performance all day, every day.

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Our latest advancement is the Augmented Xperience (AX) platform. This revolutionary technology is the world’s first hearing aid platform to use two separate processors that automatically work together to deliver outstanding speech clarity. Discover the proven results of Signia AX technology and how it can help your patients. 

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ENHANCE PATIENTS HUMAN PERFORMANCE THROUGH BETTER HEARING

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Insio Charge&Go AX

Insio Charge&Go AX is the world’s first rechargeable custom hearing aids with contactless charging and Bluetooth® connectivity. Tailor-made to your patient’s ear anatomy, these small, custom-designed devices offer all-day comfort and easy insertion and removal to address challenges with dexterity, along with 24 hours of use on a single charge.
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Pure Charge&Go T AX

Pure Charge&Go T AX is a sleek RIC device with telecoil and fully featured to support a variety of patients – and it comes in a CROS option, too. Built on the AX platform, the iconic and rechargeable Pure Charge&Go T AX combines an attractive design with 36 hours of use per charge and new EarWear 3.0 for improved fit rate and retention.
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Pure 312 AX

Pure 312 AX is an elegant hearing aid with traditional batteries. Equipped with all the benefits of our Augmented Xperience platform for outstanding speech clarity, Pure 312 AX attracts wearers with its small and discreet form.
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Audiological Innovations

Own Voice Processing 2.0

Separate the wearer's own voice from other speech and noise, increasing first-fit acceptance to 80%.

Auto EchoShield

Automated sound control through real-time analysis of the room acoustics, resulting in better speech clarity, less listening effort, and better room perception.

24/7 Signia Assistant

Via the Signia app, the artificial intelligence of the 24/7 Signia Assistant supports patients virtually.

Direct streaming

Direct streaming for both iOS and ASHA-compatible Android smartphones with HandsFree for iOS.

True binaural hearing

More binaural audio data than ever, ensuring clearer speech processing and high-precision directional awareness.

Increased dynamic range 

Analogue input stage can handle signals up to 117dB with great sound quality.

TruEar 360

Mic mode that better reproduces the natural pinna-effect better than ever.

Enhanced feedback cancelation 

Remove more artifacts from both ears for a smoother overall sound experience.

Tinnitus Treatments

Signia offers the world's first Notch Therapy in a hearing aid as well as traditional sound therapy signals. It's even possible to combine the two approaches. Unlike traditional sound therapy, which introduces another acoustic stimulus to the patient, Notch Therapy is inaudible and works in the background to relieve the annoyance of tinnitus. Overall, Signia's tinnitus treatments lead to improvement in the areas of thoughts and emotions, with positive results in sleep and concentration as well.*   

Innovative Designs

Signia offers a variety of hearing aids to match not only the wearer's hearing needs, but their unique style and preferences as well. Other Signia solutions include: 

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*Tyler RS, Perreau A, Powers T, et al. Tinnitus sound therapy trial shows effectiveness for those with tinnitus. J Am Acad Audiol 2020; 31: 6–16.

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