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I have the StreamLine TV, Pure 13 BT Primax, and a Samsung Android phone. Which apps do I use to listen to the TV through my hearing aids?

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Sheri Gostomelsky, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Deerfield

18 August 2017 - 779 Views

An app that will stream live TV through your devices is called Tunity.  It will be of help when you are not at home. 

Is the Signia Cellion Primax compatible with easytek?

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Abram Bailey, AuD

Doctor of Audiology, Hearing Tracker Founder

18 June 2017 - 337 Views

According to the Cellion primax data sheet (page 10), the Signia Cellion primax is compatible with EasyTek™.  Audio streaming via EasyTek is available in the 5px and 7px technology levels.

I have single-sided deafness. What are the differences between the Widex CROS, Phonak CROS, and Signia CROS hearing aids?

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Clifford Olson, AuD

Audiologist in Anthem

01 June 2017 - 2756 Views

There are not a lot of differences between these three companies other than personal preference.  However, Widex and Phonak have disconnect signals that are given when the aid and transmitter are separated from each other.  Signia just got into the CROS game, but their devices seem to perform well.  I have had the most luck with Phonak.  Every time I try to use another manufacturer for CROS or BiCROS, I keep coming back to them due to performance and durability.  Wish there were more differences to elaborate on, but nothing dramatically different... Read more

What range of hearing loss is the Signia Silk hearing aid appropriate for?

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Abram Bailey, AuD

Doctor of Audiology, Hearing Tracker Founder

28 April 2017 - 793 Views

According to documentation provided by Signia, the Silk hearing aid is appropriate people with normal to moderately-severe hearing loss in the lower pitches and up to severe hearing loss in the higher pitches.Please refer to our page for the Signia Silk hearing aid. We have the Silk technical data PDF, which contains the fitting range of the product, and also display the fitting range under the "Signia Silk primax 7px Acoustic Profiles" section. To get there click on the "page navigation" dropdown button and select "Acoustics."If you want to see your... Read more