Siemens Hearing Aids

Werner von Siemens began his career as a manufacturer of telegraphic instruments but became an innovator in hearing devices almost 150 years ago when he developed an amplified telephone receiver in 1877. Siemens produced their first BTE (behind-the-ear) instrument in 1959 and then the first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966.

In 2015, Siemens became Sivantos, producing Signia hearing aids using Siemens’ technology while continuing to manufacture their own Siemens brand hearing aids. The Sivantos Group merged with Widex to create WS Audiology in 2019, making Siemens a part of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturing group.

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Sound Processing by Siemens

A leading innovation of Siemens hearing aids is the capacity to simulate binaural hearing using the Binax platform, which uses an eight microphone network (four per hearing aid) and e2e wireless technology to share and balance incoming sound signals between the two hearing aids.

Testing conducted by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg revealed that Binax technology produces sound clarity that puts Siemens’ hearing aid wearers at an advantage over those with normal hearing in a noisy environment.

In combination with the Binax system, Siemens hearing aids include Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural, and High Definition Sound Resolution to help improve your listening experience.

Siemens hearing aids at Utah Ear Institute

Siemens’ Hearing Aid Features

Standard or rechargeable batteries as well as easy manual adjustment are among the features of Siemens hearing aids as is the capacity to connect your hearing aids to your smartphone, television, telephone, and other digital devices, not only enhancing your hearing aid experience but also making it possible for you to receive virtual assistance from your hearing care provider from a remote location.

Patient-Focused Hearing Care from Utah Ear Institute

The hearing aids manufactured by Siemens are among the advanced technology solutions used by the team of audiologists at our four Utah Ear Institute locations in Bountiful, Tooele, Park City, and West Valley City hearing and balance centers, but no level of technology replaces you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

After a highly accurate hearing assessment, our hearing care professionals address your specific hearing challenges by guiding you through the process of selecting the hearing aid that best addresses your specific type and severity of hearing loss along with meeting your personal and budget preferences.

Besides making advanced hearing aid technology from brand name manufacturers, such as Siemens, Signia, Widex, and more, available to you, we also provide ongoing technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair to ensure that you enjoy both better hearing and a more active, independent lifestyle.

If you might benefit from the advanced technology hearing aids we have available or need some help from one of our technicians, then contact the most trusted hearing care in Northern Utah by using the adjacent form.

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Remember, there’s no such thing as a silly question, especially when it comes to your hearing healthcare.

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