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Signia Hearing Aids

Models, Features, Prices, and Reviews
Signia Hearing Aids

Signia's latest rechargeable hearing aids.

Signia is one of the largest hearing aid brands in the world. Signia hearing aids are manufactured by WS Audiology (WSA), the same parent company that manufactures Widex, Rexton (e.g., offered at Costco), and some Miracle Ear hearing aids. WSA has also partnered with Sony to make its over-the-counter hearing aids. The WSA group is also home to HearUSA and HearCANADA, TruHearing, and hear.com, all places where you can buy Signia and other WSA hearing aids.

Before being purchased by Sivantos in 2015 and merged into WSA in 2019, Signia hearing aids were manufactured by Siemens Hearing Instruments.

Siemens technology legacy

Siemens (now Signia) was one of the first to make a commercial electronic hearing aid (in 1913), and if not the first, was definitely among the first to market Behind-the-Ear (BTE in 1959) and In-the-Ear (ITE, 1966) styles. A pioneer in electronic miniaturization, Siemens developed the first hearing aids with directional microphones. And, in 2004, it was the first to create wireless ear-to-ear connectivity to coordinate and balance sound inputs between two hearing aids.

Bluetooth audio streaming and Auracast

Most of Signia’s hearing aids are Made-For-iPhone (MFi), which means they can stream wireless audio directly from iOS devices like iPhones and iPads. Signia IX and Signia AX hearing aids are also MFi but additionally offer direct streaming from compatible Android smartphones using the ASHA (Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids) protocol. For the older-generation and legacy products without these, Signia sells Bluetooth streaming accessories (listed at the bottom of this page) that allow you to stream audio from Android and most other Bluetooth-enabled devices.

Notably, Signia IX is one of the first hearing aids to be ready for the new Bluetooth LE Auracast broadcast technology. Auracast is a new Bluetooth platform that enables an audio transmitter, like a smartphone, laptop, TV, or public address (PA) system, to broadcast audio to an unlimited number of nearby Bluetooth audio receivers—including hearing aids, cochlear implants, earbuds and hearables, and similar Auracast-enabled devices.

HearingTracker believes Auracast will gradually revolutionize how consumers use broadcast audio in public areas like theaters, places of worship, arenas, lecture halls, sports bars, and more. We anticipate Auracast will be enabled in Signia IX during 2024 with a simple firmware update—meaning the IX is future-proof in this regard. At this writing, the only other hearing aid that can receive Auracast broadcasts is ReSound Nexia, although more are sure to come.

Signia rechargeable hearing aids

Signia offers a broad range of rechargeable hearing aids utilizing lithium-ion batteries. Signia Pure Charge&Go IX, Signia Silk Charge&Go IX, Styletto IX, Styletto AX, Pure Charge&Go AX, Insio AX, and Active X provide pluggable, portable charging cases. In fact, Signia has one of the most extensive charger options in the hearing industry, including wireless (Qi) rechargeability for the Styletto AX and IX charging case. In general, Signia portable chargers provide three full charges to a pair of hearing aids, meaning wearers get four full days of hearing aid use without having to plug in.

Signia Pure Charger, Pure Portable Charger, and Pure Dry&Clean Charger for Signia AX hearing aids

From left to right: Signia Pure Standard Charger, Pure Portable Charger (provides up to 3 full charges on the go), and Pure Dry&Clean Charger (complete UVC cleaning cycle in 15 minutes).

In Summer 2023, Signia's new Multi Charger was introduced that offers flexibility for on-the-go custom (in-ear) hearing aid users. The Multi Charger is compatible with Signia Motion Charge&Go P X, Signia Motion Charge&Go SP X, Signia Active Pro, Signia Active, Signia Pure Charge&Go AX, and Signia Pure Charge&Go T AX.

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Signia Multi Charger.

Signia hearing aid prices

Signia hearing aids range in price from $2,270 to $3,769 per device, depending on the model. Popular models include the Styletto X, Pure AX, and Styletto AX.

About Our Pricing Data

Average retail prices are calculated based on data from HearingTracker’s advertising platform. Consumers save an average of $574 per device on Signia hearing aids when using Hearing Tracker’s hearing aid discounts platform.

Unique technology in Augmented Xperience (AX) and new Integrated Xperience (IX) hearing aids

With its latest Integrated Xperience (IX) platform launched in October 2023—just over a year after the launch of its Augmented Xperience (AX) platform (in September 2022)—Signia is building upon what is now a tried-and-true speech-in-noise technology. But to understand the new Signia IX platform, it helps first to understand the Signia AX platform.

Signia AX offers key improvements in speech processing and wireless streaming. The most significant improvement of Signia AX was to divide the sound into two separate streams: 1) A "focus stream" from the front of the hearing aid wearer, and 2) a "surrounding stream" consisting primarily of sounds from in back. These two streams are processed independently (“split processing”) so noise—primarily presumed to be the sounds received from the back—could be reduced more effectively while those toward the front where speech of interest usually originates could be accentuated.

AX devices are designed to provide excellent sound quality and improved speech understanding in a wide range of listening environments. Its Augmented Focus technology is available in all three technology tiers (3AX-7AX), allowing you to choose a tier that best fits your listening needs and your budget. The Own Voice Processing (OVP) 2.0 system ensures your own voice sounds natural and helps you engage in more conversations. The AX line is available in all styles including the slim-bodied Styletto AX Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) device which has proven to be a trendsetter in the industry.

The new Signia IX essentially takes all the technology from the AX platform and adds the world's first hearing aid with a multi-stream architecture capable of accurately pinpointing multiple moving speakers in real-time conversations—identifying, enhancing, and tracking the location of multiple conversation partners, even as they move.

Signia IX takes the split processing in AX to another level by dividing the front "focus stream" into 3 separate snapshots of sound. By doing this, a total of 4 streams (3 in front and one in back) are processed and analyzed independently. If speech is detected in the focus stream, the hearing aid increases the volume (gain) of that speech signal while reducing noise.

With the ability to analyze (processing 192,000 data points per second), augment, and adapt to the conversation, Signia IX amplifies the speech of a speaker of interest who is moving. Using spectral cues and information from your head movements, it can lock onto the speaker and increase the volume by steering the beamforming microphones to pick up important speech signals. According to a Signia study, 95% of participants perform better with RealTime Conversation Enhancement than without​.

Signia Ix With Charger

Signia Pure Charge&Go IX with charger.

Key features

  • Augmented Focus™ in AX platform uses dual speech processors and binaural beam-forming microphones to enhance speech sounds in noisy environments.
  • Multistream architecture in new IX platform is said to be the world's first hearing aid that can accurately pinpoint, track, and amplify multiple moving speakers of interest in real-time conversations.
  • Dynamic Soundscape Processing 2.0 uses acoustic-motion sensors to detect when you’re on the go. When you’re moving, your hearing aids listen to more of the sound around you, to pick up the voice of a walking or jogging buddy.
  • SoundSmoothing™ reduces sudden loud impact sounds such as doors slamming and handling glassware.
  • e2e wireless 4.0 enables continuous, full-bandwidth audio exchange between both hearing aids, with patented dual processing of your own voice and the remaining soundscape. Signia pioneered this technology.
  • Own Voice Processing (OVP™) 2.0 for separate signal processing of your own voice versus sounds in your environment to help improve overall listening comfort and make your amplified voice sound more natural. Only available with binaural (both) ear fittings.
  • eWindScreen is designed to reduce wind sounds, helping wearers engage better in outdoor communication and activities. eWindScreen builds on Signia’s existing Wind Noise Canceller to collectively identify wind and react smarter and faster to fluctuating wind noise.
  • Extended dynamic range delivers 117 dB maximum input and 24-bit processing, improving signal quality in loud environments.
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries last a full day on an overnight charge.
  • Signia Assistant allows for personalization of your hearing aids in real-world settings via the Signia app. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is utilized to learn what adjustments you make in what environments, resulting in programming changes that reflect your preferences and hearing capabilities. It can also be used to troubleshoot between appointments.
  • TeleCare enables your hearing provider to remotely monitor your usage and make remote online adjustments of the hearing aids—a “virtual house call” lets you give real-time feedback and interact with the provider until the hearing aids are just right.
  • My WellBeing fitness tracking is available within the Signia smartphone app in the Signia levels 3-7 in AX and IX. It provides information on steps taken, overall activity level, hearing aid wearing time, and estimated social interaction (time spent in conversations).

Signia hearing aid models

Signia makes premium hearing instruments, which are programmed by an audiologist or other hearing health professional based on the results of a hearing test. Its broad range of models are for all levels of hearing loss, ranging from first-time users with mild hearing loss to experienced buyers with severe-to-profound hearing loss who have purchased multiple sets of hearing aids. Hearing aid styles include near-invisible in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids as well as receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) and behind-the-ear hearing aids (BTE).

HearingTracker Audiologist Matthew Allsop provides an overview of the initial five Signia IX hearing aids launched in September 2023, detailing the models and what makes them special. Closed captions are available on this video. If you are using a mobile phone, please enable captions clicking on the gear icon.

Pure Charge&Go IX

The Signia Integrated Xperience (IX) product line initially offered three rechargeable RICs: Pure Charge&Go IX, Pure Charge&Go TIX, and the Pure Charge&Go IX CROS.

Signia Pure Charge&Go IX and TIX differ because the Pure TIX has a telecoil (T-coil) for picking up audio from loop systems and provides 34 hours of battery life on a single charge. The slightly smaller Pure IX model does not have a telecoil and provides a battery life of 24 hours. Both offer direct iOS and Android streaming (in addition to being Auracast-ready), IP68 moisture protection, and lithium-ion rechargeable batteries.

These Pure IX models are also available in a CROS (Contralateral Routing of Signals) version. CROS and BiCROS solutions are for hearing-aid wearers who have unaidable or profound hearing loss in one ear and at least some usable hearing in the other. CROS devices pick up sound on the poorer side and transmit the sound digitally to the better side, where it can be amplified and heard by the better ear. This enables hearing sound from both sides of the head. CROS solutions provide better awareness of sound and increase speech recognition for people with single-sided deafness.

Signia Pure Charge&Go IX

4 stars stars
1 review

Listed prices are for a pair of hearing aids in US dollars unless otherwise specified. Prices may change over time, and may vary by region.

Styletto IX

Styletto IX is a slim-bodied, stylish, fully-featured receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aid that plays well with glasses, and Signia says it is the thinnest Slim-RIC on the market. It offers both iOS and Android connectivity with hands-free calling with iOS phones.

These hearing aids offer 20 hours of run-time and come with a choice of two rechargers: the portable charger acts as a power bank, allowing for up to 4 full charges on the go, while the Dry&Clean charger recharges the devices and also helps dry and clean the hearing aids using UV light. Plus, its handy Qi wireless technology allows you to simply place the portable charger on the Qi pad instead of having to plug it in constantly.

Signia Styletto Ix

Styletto IX hearing aids.

Silk Charge&Go IX

Signia Silk Charge&Go IX is the only instant-fit rechargeable Completely-in-Canal (CIC) hearing aid on the market—a unique and discreet hearing device with a flexible ready-to-wear silicon click sleeve. They come in two colors: mocha and black.

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Signia Silk Charge&Go with charger.

Silk IX features Binaural OneMic Directionality, which offers conversation support in noisy environments, focusing on sounds that originate from in front of you. However, to allow for their tiny size, these hearing aids sacrifice the advanced Bluetooth LE audio streaming found in the rest of the IX line, but they do work with the Signia app or the miniPocket™ remote control.

Designed to provide all-day use on one charge, Silk IX has a portable charger that offers Qi wireless charging (i.e., you just set them in the case) and up to 4 days of additional charges.

There is also the Signia Silk X, which runs on a size 10 battery, for those who want the disposable battery option (the model is covered below in the Signia X line).

The Silk Charge&Go X and IX CROS systems are also available for people who want a more discreet solution for one-sided (unilateral) hearing loss.

Insio IX custom hearing aids

With features similar to the Silk IX, Insio IX CIC (Completely-in-the-Canal) and IIC (Invisible-in-the-Canal) are custom-made, disposable-battery models for individuals with mild to moderate hearing loss. Although these tiny devices have only one microphone, they do offer directionality via Signia's Binaural OneMic Directionality 2.0, and also feature eWindScreen and AutoEchoShield technology. However, due to their diminutive size, they do not have Bluetooth wireless capabilities.

Signia Insio Ix Cics

Insio IX hearing aids.

Pure Charge&Go AX

The Pure Charge&Go AX is available with and without a telecoil. Both form factors offer direct iOS and Android streaming, IP68 moisture protection, and lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. The telecoil model (the “T AX”) offers up to 36 hours of use on a single change, while the non-telecoil model offers up to 24 hours.

Signia Pure AX

3 stars stars
7 reviews

Listed prices are for a pair of hearing aids in US dollars unless otherwise specified. Prices may change over time, and may vary by region.

Speech Clarity with Augmented Focus™

With AX, Signia launched a speech enhancement technology, Augmented Focus™, that the company claims makes it easier to follow conversations in background noise. As noted above, the AX platform incorporates two independent speech processors to handle sound coming from the front independently from sound coming from the back.

Both processors independently analyze their own sound stream with a resolution of 48 channels. Through this analysis, Augmented Focus determines if the signal contains information the wearer wants to focus on, relevant information in the background that helps the wearer stay attuned to the surroundings, or distracting background sounds the wearer wants to suppress

Outline of all relevant processing units in Augmented Focus: Analysis stage; Processing Unit; Mixing Unit.

Outline of all relevant processing units in Augmented Focus: Analysis stage; Processing Unit; Mixing Unit.

Signia AX demonstration

In a compelling Signia-produced video, Sebastian Best, Head of Sound and Fitting at Signia, demonstrates the audio quality for speech and music for Signia AX versus the competition.

This video demonstrates the sound quality of the new Signia Augmented Xperience hearing aids for speech and quiet and live music.

Styletto AX

Released in September 2022, Styletto AX is the slightly older version of Styletto IX. Although it doesn't have the newer Integrated Xperience processing or LE Bluetooth/Auracast technology, it otherwise closely resembles Styletto IX in both form factor, function, and rechargeability. Press the red buttons below to hear sound samples for Styletto AX (best when using quality earphones or earbuds). Since Styletto IX was introduced in February 2024, the HearAdvisor lab is still waiting to test them.

Signia Styletto AX

4.5 stars stars
2 reviews

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Insio Charge&Go AX

Insio Charge&GO AX is the world’s first wireless-charging custom in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid. Signia introduced Insio Charge&Go AX in October 2021 as an expansion of the Augmented Xperience (AX) platform. The custom hearing aids support wireless audio streaming from Android and iOS.

Signia Insio Charge&Go AX

4.5 stars stars
4 reviews

Listed prices are for a pair of hearing aids in US dollars unless otherwise specified. Prices may change over time, and may vary by region.

Insio AX Review

Audiologist Matthew Allsop reviews Signia’s flagship custom hearing aids, Insio Charge&Go AX.

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The Xperience platform

Signia’s previous-generation Xperience (X) hearing aids are based on YourSound technology, a proprietary sound processing platform that Signia claims provides “robust sound processing for everyday environmental sounds”. Xperience hearing aids were the first to feature acoustic motion sensors, and included Signia’s popular Own Voice Processing (OVP) technology, which was introduced in the older Nx platform.

Signia says the Xperience chip that powers the YourSound system includes 80% more transistors and seven times the memory of the previous Nx chip, while being 60% smaller. As a result, the Xperience hearing aids are smaller yet more powerful than their predecessors.

Active X and Active Pro

Signia launched Active X in March 2021 as “hearing aids disguised as earbuds.” Active X instant-fit hearing aids do resemble a typical consumer electronic earbud more than any other hearing aid on the market, and they provide far more amplification and battery life than any rechargeable wireless earbud available in the burgeoning hearables market—up to 26 hours on a 3-hour charge.

Signia Active Pro was launched about a year later as the more advanced, premium sister-product to Active X. Both look and function very similar, except Active Pro has more processing capabilities for listening in noise and in dynamic settings (workplace, restaurants, etc.).

Signia Active X vs Apple AirPods Pro

Signia Active X vs Apple AirPods Pro

Active X vs Apple AirPods Pro

Let’s compare the Active X to the most popular hearing-augmentation hearable on the market—AirPods Pro. AirPods Pro are capable of providing personalizable amplification for people with mild hearing loss for up to 4.5 hours. Winning on both fronts, the Signia Active X can meet the needs of people with mild to moderate hearing loss and delivers up to 26 hours of operating time on a single charge!

Pure X

The Pure X hearing aids are improved versions of the previous-generation Signia Pure NX receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) models. One is powered by disposable batteries and the other by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. To help manage Bluetooth pairing, program settings, and other accessories, Signia also introduced a new smartphone app that integrates the functions of multiple previous apps.

The Signia Pure 312 X features a long-lasting size-312 batteries, Bluetooth connectivity for streaming phone calls, music, and TV audio, and an optional T-coil.

The Signia Pure Charge&Go X is a rechargeable receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aid with Bluetooth connectivity. Improved lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are 16% smaller and provide 20% more charging capacity than the previous Signia Pure Charge&Go Nx. The devices also feature a new rocker switch for easier adjustments and comes with a new inductive charger that also works as a dehumidifier.

Styletto X

Styletto hearing aids are known for sleek design, high performance and natural sound quality. Their lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are molded into a slim, curved form factor that sits flat against the side of the head, and they are available in a variety of color options.

Signia Styletto X

3.5 stars stars
5 reviews

Listed prices are for a pair of hearing aids in US dollars unless otherwise specified. Prices may change over time, and may vary by region.

The Styletto X hearing aids feature wireless stereo streaming of phone calls and music directly from Apple iPhones and also enable wireless streaming from other Bluetooth smartphones and TVs via Signia's StreamLine Mic and StreamLine TV accessories. The Styletto X family features three price/performance levels and works with the Signia miniPocket remote control, StreamLine accessories, and the Signia app. It is available in five color combinations.

Silk X

Signia says its Silk X hearing aids offer "the ultimate in discretion." The completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids are 20 percent smaller than their predecessors, making them nearly invisible in the ear. A flexible silicone "click sleeve" slips over the hearing aids and sits securely in the ear canal ear without requiring a custom earmold. They utilize small number 10 disposable hearing aid batteries and come in three technology/performance levels.

CROS X

Signia also offers CROS solutions for people with single-sided deafness. The CROS Silk X and CROS Pure 312 X utilize disposable hearing aid batteries, and CROS Pure Charge&Go X is a rechargeable model. All CROS X devices are compatible with the Signia App and miniPocket remote control.

CROS Silk X

CROS Silk X

Functions

  • CROS System

Compatible Aids

Signia hearing-aid apps and accessories

Signia’s wireless accessories provide iPhone and Bluetooth hearing aid connectivity, and smartphone apps available for both iOS and Android phones enable wireless control of volume, program settings, and management of Bluetooth accessories.

The Signia App

The Signia App offers a number of features, including remote control functionality, directional hearing selection, wireless connectivity settings, and virtual appointments. As of the writing of this article, the Signia App currently has 2 stars on the App Store and 3 stars on the Play store.

In terms of remote control functionality, the app allows you to change listening programs, adjust the volume, change the balance between ears, change which direction you’re focusing on, and adjust the volume of wireless audio streaming. The app also provides connectivity and battery status information.

The other standout feature is the virtual appointments that are facilitated by the app. You can have video calls with your provider, who can make real-time adjustments to your hearing aids, and the Signia app lets you rate the performance of your hearing aids after your virtual appointments, so your provider can schedule a follow-up appointment if needed.

Also featured in the app is Signia Assistant, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to learn your preferences and give you the most personal hearing experience, especially in challenging situations. Available for both iOS and Android smartphones, its deep neural network (DNN) AI is designed to continuously develop new skills that support you in different listening environments.

The My Wellbeing health feature (available in Signia 3AX-7AX models) tracks your number of steps taken, overall activity level, hearing aid wearing time and estimated social interaction (conversations). You and/or your Hearing Care Provider (HCP) can set goals for overall wearing time and amount of time spent in social listening environments. You can also set personal fitness goals such as number of steps taken in a day.

Signia App

Signia App

The Signia App provides a remote control, directional hearing control, telecare access, and access to connectivity and streaming settings.

Signia StreamLine Mic

A clip-on mic that acts as a hands-free mobile headset, StreamLine Mic transmits streaming audio into Signia hearing aids from any Bluetooth device, including mobile phones, PCs, laptops, and smart assistants like Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant. StreamLine Mic also functions as a remote microphone, streaming a speaker’s voice directly into your hearing aids from a distance of up to 20 meters.

StreamLine Mic

StreamLine Mic

A wireless clip-on mic that streams audio to hearing aids from any Bluetooth device.

Signia StreamLine TV

StreamLine TV transmits audio from your television directly to your hearing aids from up to 30 feet away. It pairs automatically with the hearing aids, and supports multiple hearing aid users at once. If you're using another Signia streamer and want to take a phone call, StreamLine TV will automatically mute the TV volume. Audio volume can be adjusted with the myControl smartphone app. It comes with a variety of cables to work with most TVs, including optical input and output, and it supports Dolby Digital sound.

StreamLine TV

StreamLine TV

Streams television sound to hearing aids over a distance of up to 30 feet (10 meters).

Remote hearing aid controls

Two accessories enable remote control of Signia hearing aids. The miniPocket is a push-button remote control small enough to carry on a key ring, and easyPocket is a larger accessory with convenient buttons and an easy-to-read display that can be carried in a handbag or pocket.

Signia tinnitus solutions

Most Signia hearing aids come with a tinnitus therapy feature. By emitting a customized therapy signal—such as a soothing sound like waves rolling into a beach—it distracts you from focusing on the ringing in your ears. The hearing aids are equipped with different therapy signal types, including four nature-inspired ocean wave signals and five pre-programmed static, white-noise sounds. And Signia’s innovative Tinnitus Notch Therapy treatment is the first to identify the unique tone of the tinnitus and relegate it into the background so the brain learns to ignore it over time.

Signia legacy hearing aids

Signia Nx Platform

The Nx platform was the generation of hearing aids offered prior to Xperience, and Nx was the platform that originally introduced Signia's signature Own Voice Processing (OVP) technology.

Motion Nx

Signia’s Motion 13 Nx behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids were designed to provide maximum flexibility in fitting and connectivity options. The Signia Nx Own Voice Processing (OVP) technology harmonizes the wearer’s voice with surrounding sounds, enhancing speech understanding in noise. Bluetooth-based direct streaming from the TV and smartphone provided enhanced connectivity and the myControl App offers smartphone control. And the Signia Motion Charge&Go Nx model came with Signia's rechargeable battery system that provided all-day use from a single overnight charge.

Insio Nx

Also prior generation, Signia Insio Nx hearing aids are very small, discreet custom-fitted hearing aids that sit within the ear canal. They are the smallest hearing aids to utilize the Signia Nx sound platform and come in a range of sizes. And the Insio Nx ITC/ITE models connect with Bluetooth-enabled TV's and smartphones through a streaming accessory. Signia has not yet released the Insio X line of custom hearing aids.

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David Copithorne

Contributing Editor

David Copithorne is a longtime hearing-loss blogger and regular contributor at Hearing Tracker. In 2002, he suffered a sudden and severe hearing impairment. Since then, he has dedicated himself to sharing the valuable information he has learned along his journey.

Karl

Editor in Chief

Karl Strom is the editor-in-chief of HearingTracker. He was a founding editor of The Hearing Review and has covered the hearing aid industry for over 30 years. 

Discussion
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I would like to see a side by side comparison chart with all your Signia hearing aids.  
Member

I have Phonak B70 and have had them for 5 yrs. My issue now is clarity and also having trouble with phones if not on speaker. Am looking to switch to Signia is there are comparison chart to assist what model signia I should look at? Thanks

Robert Crawley

This site has been very helpful. My experience with Signia has been everything you could hope for. My every experience in all environments has been BEYOND the expected ! My every new experience with my Pure 312 Nx aids has been far more then expected. My aids have given me back the one thing I was losing… my hearing! The BT/ Phone compatibility has far surpassed any expectations. I’ve just reached my 76th Birthday. and my VA Audio experience was totally gratifying and rewarding with my Pure 312Nx set of aids. I had no expectations but was OVERWHELMED with product superiority & performance in the hands of a greenhorn. My job in the Air Force

was a TRAINING DEVELOPER. I’d survey individuals that had just completed factory training on a new aircraft. My questions would center on what a new troop would need to know to perform on Acft XYZ. Then write lesson plans for instructors to follow to the certification level. I must state… a lesson plan for operating a PURE Nx312 wouldn’t take but one page.

You've made a VERY GOOD PRODUCT… Indeed !

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Does the portable charger work on older signia Bluetooth hearing aids

PilgrimPaul

Hello. Is there a fix for a StreamLine Mic that regularly mutes for a few seconds? It does this every ten seconds or so whether on audio or streaming modes.

Abram Bailey, AuD

I don't know personally, but try this Signia hearing aids support group on Facebook:

www.facebook.com/groups/signiahearing/

Member

I had a pair of HI Health innovations, Hi BTE power plus wireless hearing aids and a wireless companion microphone with wireless charge for my TV, sadly one hearing aid died and I can't seem to find any other hearing aids that has the same features. Please let me know if anybody with any information i can help me.

Thanks

Daniel Tallini

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My insurance covers only TruHearing at a significant discount. Can anyone tell me which Signia model corresponds to the TruHearing model 7 and what the differences, if any, are?

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