Siemens Hearing Aids

Werner von Siemens made a pivotal discovery when he built a telephone with a horseshoe magnet, which amplified voice signals in order to improve the device’s voice quality in 1878, transforming the manufacturing of telegraphic instruments and laying the foundation of today’s Siemens hearing aids.

The first BTE (behind-the-ear) instrument developed by Siemens was released in 1959, followed by the company’s first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966. Binax, the first hearing aid to outperform natural hearing, was introduced in 2014, accelerating the development of smart products and applications with practical benefits for people with hearing loss.

Siemens became Sivantos in 2015, producing a line of Signia hearing aids using Siemens’ technology. Its merger with Widex in 2019 gave birth to WS Audiology, a large-scale manufacturer of a variety of hearing instruments under various brand names.

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Advanced Hearing Solutions From Siemens

The most important innovation of Siemens is the Binax platform, capable of outperforming natural hearing in a noisy environment, which was supported by independent studies conducted by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg.

Binax performance is the result of its e2e wireless technology capable of stimulating binaural hearing by incorporating an eight-microphone network (four per hearing aid), which shares sound signal data to balance output.

Siemens hearing aids also feature Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural, and High-Definition Sound Resolution to enhance the natural clarity of your sound experience.

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Siemens’ TeleCare Remote Support

TeleCare, accessed using the Signia app on your SmartPhone, makes it possible for you to stay up-to-date with your hearing care provider with ongoing counseling and support without the need for an in-office appointment.

Hearing Care Focused On You, Not Your Hearing Aids

Advanced hearing technology solutions, like those available from Siemens, are incredible tools we use to help you achieve better hearing, but Audiology Associates’ primary focus continues to be on the personalized hearing care our doctors of audiology provide.

In addition to providing comprehensive hearing assessments that accurately identify your hearing challenges so we can help you choose the hearing instrument best suited to meet your needs, we also provide ongoing technical support, maintenance, and hearing aid repair of Siemens, Widex, Sivantos, and many other major hearing aid brands.

Let us meet your unique hearing care needs with the most advanced hearing aid technology and personalized care available in Maryland and the DC area.

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Sometimes your lifestyle, hobbies or occupation can expose you to damaging levels of noise on a regular basis. While we all wear sunscreen during the hot summers, often our ears get overlooked.

If you or a loved one is worried about your hearing, then the first step is to fill out our ‘Request a Callback’ form to discuss the options we have available.

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