PACIFIC HEARING INC
Starkey Hearing Aids
After purchasing Starkey Labs earmold company in 1970, hearing aid repair expert William Austin began to apply his expertise to the design and production of Starkey hearing aids.
Following the simple philosophy, “Hear better. Live better,” Starkey made use of an aggressive marketing strategy designed to target an elite market.
The company became a renowned hearing aid manufacturer almost overnight with five US presidents, two popes, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, and other notable world leaders able to testify to the benefits of better hearing, thanks to their Starkey hearing aids.
The focus of the company’s 21st century innovations allowed Starkey to further distinguish itself in the hearing aid manufacturing industry as it took a lead role in AI sound processing technology.
Starkey Processing Technology
In the pursuit of providing naturally clear sound processing, Starkey made a technological breakthrough in AI sound processing. Coupled with the company’s commitment to iPhone connectivity in the early 21st century, several advanced features of Starkey devices reach well beyond the scope of traditional hearing aid technology.
Among the most innovative developments applied to their processing technology, Starkey hearing aids apply an AI-based analysis of your acoustic environment as you move from one location to another in order to immediately and automatically adjust the sound profile they deliver to the wearer in order to improve speech intelligibility.
Starkey Hearing Aids Features
Device settings, volume, and custom hearing profiles are easy to customize by using tap control and other cutting-edge input technologies included with Starkey hearing aids, which also provide language translation, fall detection, and alerts from information gathered by them. This information along with physical activity, cognitive health information, and more can be tracked and shared with healthcare and hearing care providers.
Crisp clarity when talking on the phone and music the way it was meant to be heard are available, thanks to the streaming capabilities of Starkey hearing aids, which can also link directly to your smartphone, tablet, PC, and other digital devices.
Buyers can choose either traditional battery model hearing aids or models with customized recharging capabilities.
Using the Thrive Care app, the hearing aid wearer can receive ongoing counseling, remote programming, and more from their hearing care provider or the manufacturer by using their hearing device and smartphone.
Hearing Care from Pacific Hearing, Inc. Is Focused on You
A big misconception many people have about hearing care is that the technology is what makes the difference. Although advanced prescription hearing aids from Starkey are among the tools we use to improve your hearing, partnering with the right team of audiologists makes the difference when it comes to a lifetime of better hearing.
For more than 20 years, Pacific Hearing, Inc. has partnered with thousands of individuals in Los Angeles and nearby communities to accurately diagnose their hearing challenges and start an ongoing journey of hearing care that not only has them hearing better but also helps them reconnect with loved ones and enjoy an active, more independent lifestyle.
Along with our “Hear as Good as You’ll Ever Hear” guarantee and our thorough “test drive” process that places the focus on providing each patient with the best possible outcomes to address their unique needs, preferences, and lifestyle, we sell, fit, and repair advanced prescription hearing aids from major manufacturers like Starkey, Unitron, Widex, Oticon, and more.
If you believe advanced technology hearing aids are the best solution to overcome your hearing challenges, we invite you to contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our hearing aid 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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