Signia Hearing Aids

Models, Features, Prices, and Reviews

David Copithorne

Content Director

06 August 2019

Signia is one of the largest hearing aid brands in the world. Signia hearing aids are manufactured by WS Audiology, the same parent company that manufactures Widex and Miracle Ear hearing aids. Prior to being purchased by Sivantos in 2015, and merged into WS Audiology in 2019, Signia hearing aids were manufactured under the Siemens brand name.

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Siemens technology legacy

Siemens (now Signia) was an early developer of analog hearing aids and was among the first to ship digital hearing aids. It was a pioneer in miniaturization, developing the first hearing aids with directional microphones. And in 2004, it was first to develop wireless ear-to-ear connectivity to coordinate and balance sound inputs between two hearing aids.

An evolving brand

Signia's most recent hearing aid models build on Siemens’ technology legacy with advances in sound processing, connectivity, and rechargeable technologies. They utilize the Signia Nx sound processing platform, which integrates a number of sophisticated technologies that help to improve the hearing aid experience:

  • Ultra HD e2e binaural link enables continuous, full-bandwidth audio exchange between both hearing aids, with patented dual processing of the wearer’s own voice and the remaining soundscape.
  • Binaural beam-forming technology provides clear speech understanding and a more natural listening experience.
  • Own Voice Processing (OVP™) scans and processes the wearer’s own voice completely independently from all other sounds, which helps improve comprehension of other people’s speech.
  • Extended dynamic range delivers 113 dB maximum input, improving signal quality in loud environments.
  • HD spatial algorithms help localize sound.
  • A “Laser-Edge” antenna combines high-quality Bluetooth streaming with Signia’s own 2.4 GHz audio streaming solutions for smartphones and TV.
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries last a full day on an overnight charge.
  • TeleCare 3.0 enables your hearing-health provider to remotely monitor your usage and provide remote online tuning of the hearing aids—a “virtual house call” lets you provide real-time feedback and interact with the provider until the adjustments are just right.

Made-for-iPhone and Bluetooth connectivity

Signia's Made-for-iPhone hearing aids enable wireless audio streaming from iPhones. And Signia provides accessory streamers for connectivity with Android phones, other Bluetooth devices and TVs.

Signia hearing aid prices

Signia hearing aids range in price from $4,200 to $9,000 per pair, depending on the model. Popular models include the Motion Nx, Pure Nx, Silk Nx, Styletto Connect Nx, and Xperience.

ModelAverage PriceAverage Deal Price
Signia Motion Nx 5Nx$4,745$4,245
Signia Motion Nx 7Nx$8,033$4,500
Signia Pure Nx 3Nx$6,491$2,843
Signia Pure Nx 5Nx$5,350$3,517
Signia Pure Nx 7Nx$8,213$4,390
Signia Silk Nx 3Nx$4,678$2,776
Signia Silk Nx 5Nx$5,068$3,065
Signia Silk Nx 7Nx$9,079$4,143
Signia Styletto Connect 3Nx$4,255$2,962
Signia Styletto Connect 5Nx$5,118$3,618
Signia Styletto Connect 7Nx$6,204$4,772
Signia Xperience 3X$4,678$3,678


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Rechargeable hearing aids

Signia also offers a broad range of rechargeable hearing aids utilizing lithium-ion batteries. Charge&Go Nx models provide overnight recharging, and Styletto Connect hearing aids come with a portable charger for use when traveling. The portable charger gives three full charges to a pair of hearing aids, meaning wearers get four full days of hearing aid use without having to plug in.

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Signia Charge&Go battery recharger

Signia hearing aid models

Signia makes premium hearing instruments, 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).


With integrated acoustic motion sensors, Signia Xperience hearing aids respond to changes in your listening environment. The motion sensors let the hearing aids know when you are on the move. Then, the Dynamic Soundscape Processing feature responds to the environment and adjusts your hearing aid settings to deliver optimal sound.

Current Xperience hearing aid models — the Pure 312X and Pure Charge&GO X — are improved versions of Signia Pure receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aids. One is powered by size-312 disposable batteries and the other by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

The Xperience hearing aids are based on Signia’s YourSound technology platform, its next-generation upgrade from the previous Nx platform. They feature Signia’s popular Own Voice Processing (OVP) technology, which makes your own voice sound more natural by processing it separately from other sounds.

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

Styletto Connect

Styletto Connect 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 Connect Bluetooth Fashion Hearing Aid Review

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The Styletto Connect 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 Connect family features three price/performance levels and works with the Signia myControl remote control smartphone app. It is available in three color combinations.

Pure Nx

Signia Pure Nx hearing aids are small, discrete, receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aids suitable for a wide range of hearing loss, from mild to severe. The smallest model utilizes a small number 10 disposable hearing aid battery and sits nearly invisibly behind the ear. Based on the Signia Nx platform, it provides advanced sound processing, Made-for-iPhone capability, and optional Bluetooth streaming accessories.

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The Signia Pure Charge&Go Nx model comes with rechargeable batteries that provide all-day use from a single overnight charge. Signia Pure primax hearing aids integrate and update Siemens' legacy "binax" sound processing technology. Among other things, primax technology features advanced sound processing for better understanding of speech in noise, wireless ear-to-ear coordination of sound levels, and the ability to stream audio from a single phone call into both ears.

Motion Nx

Signia’s Motion 13 Nx behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids are 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 provides enhanced connectivity and the myControl App offers smartphone control. And the Signia Motion Charge&Go Nx model comes with Signia's rechargeable battery system that provide all-day use from a single overnight charge.

Silk Nx

Signia says its Silk Nx 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.

Insio Nx

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 also offers CROS solutions for people with single-sided deafness. The Signia CROS Silk Nx and Signia CROS Pure 312 Nx utilize disposable hearing aid batteries, and Signia CROS Pure Charge&Go is a rechargeable model. CROS solutions are for hearing-aid wearers who have unaidable hearing loss in one ear. Worn behind the ear that has profound hearing loss, they transmit sound from that side of the head to the hearing aid providing amplification for the other ear. CROS solutions have been shown to dramatically increase understanding of speech in noise by people with single-sided deafness.

Other Signia hearing aid models

Signia continues to support multiple older models of its hearing aids. Its Cellion primax hearing aid is technologically similar to Signia's Pure primax, but with the added benefit of rechargeability. Signia claims the Cellion primax can operate for two days on a single charge, or for at least 24 hours with unlimited audio streaming. Signia also says its 30-minute "powercharge" feature enables more than seven hours of use. Other older Signia hearing aids include the Ace, Carat and Intuis3 model lines.


Cellion Charger

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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.

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

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

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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

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

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myHearing smartphone app

The Signia myHearing app lets you rate the performance of your hearing aids in real-world listening situations. Your responses are recorded in the cloud and sent to your hearing care professional who can then monitor your usage and remotely adjust your hearing aid settings. The app facilitates phone and text/chat interaction with your hearing professional. And you can use it to manually switch between programs, adjust the volume, or balance the high and low frequencies. It also displays your daily wearing time and sound exposure levels.



Smartphone app that connects with your hearing care professional through Signia Telecare remote care service.

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myControl smartphone app

Available for iOS and Android phones, the myControl App manages streaming accessories and lets you personalize your hearing aid settings. It lets you adjust program settings and volume levels, directional microphones, system sounds and other hearing aid functions. It also tracks noise exposure levels.


myControl App

Smartphone app that lets you change program and streaming settings and personalize hearing aids according to individual preferences.

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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.



Enables push-button remote control of hearing aid functions.

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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.