The Signia Active is a hearing aid that has an ingress protection rating of IP68, rechargeable batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone. Technology levels include the Active X and the Active Pro X.
Active X Videos
Active X Video
Signia Active Pro Review
22 March 2021
In this video I have a look at the Signia Active Pro hearing aids. These earbud-style hearing aids are rechargeable, come with Bluetooth and...
Active X Video
Be BrilliantTM with Signia Active Pro | Signia Hearing Aids
18 January 2021
The revolutionary Signia Active Pro earbuds not only stream music and phone calls via Bluetooth in high-definition sound. They also enhance your...
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About Average Retail Prices
When a local clinic creates a deal for a pair of hearing aids on Hearing Tracker, we ask them to provide their typical retail price for in addition to their offer price. In order to create an average retail price, we take the average of these advertiser-inputted retail prices (across all local clinics throughout the United States).
When viewing average retail prices, or percent-off figures, we recommend you keep a couple things in mind. First, retail prices vary regionally. So, average retail prices shown may be higher or lower than what is realistic in your region. Second, retail prices stated by local clinics are the prices that would normally be charged for a pair of hearing aids with a standard service and warranty package. So, when looking at percent-off figures, keep in mind that the baseline retail average for these figures may be a set of prices that offer more (or less) than what is being offered in a given deal.