Siemens Hearing Aids

Werner von Siemens was a manufacturer of telegraphic instruments in the late 1800s who became a pioneer in the hearing aid industry after developing an amplified telephone receiver in 1877. His innovative discoveries became the technological foundation for several of today’s hearing aid manufacturers, including Siemens.

In 1959, the Siemens company manufactured their first BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aid and then the first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966.

While continuing to produce some of the world’s most innovative hearing aid technology, Siemens merged with Sivantos in 2015, which applied the company’s technology to the design and production of Signia hearing aids along with instruments produced under their own brand name.

After the merger of Sivantos with Widex in 2019, creating the WS Audiology Group, Siemens technology and their original brand name became a part of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturing group.

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Siemens Hearing Aids Features

The most advanced feature of Siemens hearing aids is their Binax processing technology, which uses e2e wireless technology, an eight microphone network (four per hearing aid) designed to share and balance incoming sound between the two hearing aids in order to simulate binaural hearing.

The value of Binax technology was affirmed through independent testing by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg, both of which concluded that individuals using hearing aids with Binax processing technology had an advantage, even over those with normal hearing, in an environment with background noise.

Integrated with Binax are additional sound enhancing technologies like Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural and High Definition Sound Resolution.

Going a step further, both traditional disposable or rechargeable battery options are available to Siemens hearing aid wearers, while the capacity for easy manual adjustment and the ability to connect their hearing aids to smartphones, televisions, telephones, and other digital devices are standard features able to enhance the hearing aid user’s listening experience.

Available connectivity features along with smartphone apps allow users to take advantage of being able to receive ongoing virtual assistance from their hearing care provider or the manufacturer from any remote location with an internet connection.

A hearing aid model by Siemens

Hearing Repair Service Focused on You

Many people believe that the technology makes all the difference when it comes to hearing care. Advanced prescription hearing aids, like those manufactured by Siemens, are among the tools we have available to help improve your hearing, but partnering with the right team of audiologists is what really ensures a lifetime of better hearing.

Troubleshooting, maintenance, and hearing aid repair are a part of our “Hear as Good as You’ll Ever Hear” guarantee, so our hearing aid repair experts are eager to address any of the problems you’re having with hearing aids manufactured by Siemens as well as those from Sonic, Audibel, Audina, Bernafon, or any of the brands we sell.

If you need some help with troubleshooting, maintenance, or hearing aid repair, our hearing aid repair professionals have the training, experience, and equipment to have your hearing aids performing at their best possible level. Just contact us to schedule a hearing aid repair appointment with one of our experts by using the adjacent form.

Schedule a Hearing Assessment

If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment.

Simply complete this form referencing your preferred day and time, and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule your appointment.

A hearing assessment is quick, non-invasive and we’ll be able to share the results with you immediately.

If you have a question or need any clarification ahead of scheduling, then you can call us at (310) 909-0180.

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