Siemens Hearing Aids Review
Siemens Hearing Aids Have A Device For Everyone
Siemens hearing aids are some of the most well-known hearing aids today. Siemens boasts dedication to the industry and the users of Siemens hearing aids worldwide. Although the company has been in business for more than 130 years, 50 percent of its products have been on the market less than two years as the company strives to stay on point and ahead of the competitors where technology is concerned. With headquarters in the United States and Germany, the company promises to provide solutions for every stage of hearing loss.
Styles of Siemens hearing aids
According to the company’s website, Siemens manufactures one in three hearing aids used today worldwide. To ensure user needs are met, BestSound Technology, utilized in many Siemens hearing aids, is the world leader in feedback cancellation, speech understanding (even in noisy environments), and through personalized learned actions, the automated listening preferences will adjust without the push of a button.
- Aquaris: Hearing aid users who love the outdoors should check out the Aquaris, which is a completely waterproof (up to 3 feet of water for 30 minutes), behind-the-ear device that repels dirt and dust. The sport clip attaches to Aquaris to keep it in place and help absorb shock in extreme conditions, but is not necessary all the time due to the housing’s unique coating that prevents sliding. Using BestSound Technology, the device also connects to Tek and miniTek wireless systems.
- Eclipse: The company’s most discreet and sophisticated device fits completely-in-the-canal and disappears. It is designed specifically for comfort, features BestSound Technology and eliminates occlusion effects. The devices are red (right ear) and blue (left ear) to avoid confusion or mix ups.
- iMini: Resting snugly in the ear canal, it is impossible to see the iMini, but Siemens doesn’t let that keep users from full customization, as the iMini comes in an assortment of colors. The iMini’s FeedbackStopper technology is the best on the market, and SoundSmoothing smooths over harsh, loud noises.
- Motion: Siemens’ Motion comes in behind-the-ear and in-the-ear models and is fully automated. That means there are no buttons to mess with no matter the environment. It features BestSound Technology, wireless connectivity, and is fully rechargeable. An affordable version, called the Motion EZ, is an instant-fit in-the-canal device. The company recommends the Motion EZ Siemens hearing aids cheap alternative for first-time users who want to hear instantly (without an impression).
- Nitro: Designed for those with severe hearing loss, Siemens Nitro uses BestSound Technology to ensure users don’t miss a beat, a punchline or a question in their daily lives. The behind-the-ear device is versatile and takes advantage of the company’s full 130-year experience.
- Pure: Pure and Pure SE are very discreet receiver-in-the-ear hearing aids for mild to moderate hearing loss. Small and innovative, the device is hard to see but still incorporates the latest technology, such as Siemens BestSound Technology. Pure is available in 10 colors, with four receiver sizes, and Tek and miniTek wireless systems.
- Pure Carat: As Siemens’ most versatile receiver-in-canal behind-the-ear device, the Pure Carat is wireless, rechargeable, and even provides relief for tinnitus. With BestSound Technology, tinnitus program and AutoPhone telecoil, the Pure Carat can meet almost any needs, from mild to severe hearing loss. The Pure Carat has four receiver sizes, comes in 10 colors, and is the choice of nearly 90 percent of patients.
- Siemens Explorer: Siemens believe children should be able to hear it all – a cat’s purr and the roar of a rushing river. In order to help with growth and speech development, the Siemens Explorer caters exclusively to children in two behind-the-ear device sizes that are meant for small ears and rambunctious childhoods. The Siemens Explorer features e2e Wireless 2.0 technology for left-to-right noise localization; SoundSmoothing to soften startling noises; noise management to quiet background noise; eWindscreen to cut down on wind noises when outside; directional microphone technology for improved speech understanding; FeedbackBlocker to eliminate whistling; and data logging for faster and fewer follow up visit. The device also works with ePen, a pen-shaped remote for complete control.
- Siemens Life: For those with mild to moderate hearing loss (and tinnitus sufferers) who don’t want to compromise style for function, the Siemens Life comes in 16 colors and patterns so each user’s personality can be uniquely expressed. And the color can be changed at any time by an audiologist or hearing care professional. The Siemens Life is an instant fit, meaning you leave with the device on the first visit. Siemens Life is compatible with Tek and miniTek wireless systems and uses BestSound Technology.