Signia Pure Nx Hearing Aids | Models, Reviews, Prices, Videos, and More

Signia Pure Nx Hearing Aids

Models, Reviews, Prices, Videos, and More

83% score based on 12 reviews

About Signia Pure Nx

Equipped with all benefits of the new Signia Nx platform, Pure™ 312 Nx keeps the wearer’s own voice and remaining soundscape in perfect balance. This way, it offers the most natural own voice and best speech understanding in noise in a small, elegant housing. Despite its discreet design, Pure 312 Nx provides supreme connectivity via Bluetooth-based direct streaming and the myControl App. Plus, TeleCare 3.0 lets your customers enjoy full live remote support and fast, smooth trials. - Source: Signia

Feature overview from Signia:

Maximum discretion
Pure sophistication in a small package: With its small, elegant housing Signia’s Pure 312 sits unobtrusively behind your ear. It can be remotely controlled via your smartphone for a maximum of convenience and discretion.

Fully featured
Packed with sophisticated, state-of-the-art technology, Pure 312 from Signia offers the most natural sound and highest hearing performance as well as superior connectivity.

For all levels of hearing loss
Mild, moderate, severe or profound hearing loss, Pure 312 tackles all these challenges and gives you back the natural sound of life.

Speech and conversation overview from Signia:

Hearing your own voice 
Many hearing aid users do not like the sound of their own voice as it sounds loud and unnatural. As a world’s first, Signia’s Pure 312 solves this: Its OVP™ (Own Voice Processing) provides you with a natural sounding own voice combined with optimal hearing of all other sounds for the most pleasant, natural listening experience. 

Speech in noise 
Thanks to its Speech Quality, Signia’s Pure 312 enables you to hear speech clearly in all situations through advanced noise suppression technologies. This makes it easier for you to understand your conversation partner, even in very noisy environments such as a restaurant or a conference. 

Conversation while moving 
The 3D Classifier of Pure 312 provides advanced automatic control in all situations to let you enjoy the highest hearing performance. To deliver optimal hearing even when moving, the hearing aid settings are automatically adjusted based on the myControl App’s motion data. 

Crystal clear sound 
Pure 312’s Sound Clarity offers the most natural, lifelike sound in all environments. This lets you enjoy crystal clear sound, even in the loudest environments.

Accessory overview from Signia:

Telephone 
Stream phone calls directly from your Apple smartphone (and with StreamLine Mic from your Android smartphone) to your hearing aids for complete convenience. 

Music 
Listen to your favorite music streamed directly into your hearing aids from your Apple device (and with StreamLine Mic from your Android device) for an outstanding sound experience. 

TV 
With StreamLine TV, audio from your television can be fed directly into your hearing aids. You can easily start streaming and adjust the volume by using myControl App. 

Remote control 
The myControl App lets you change Pure 312’s settings remotely and personalize your hearing aids to suit your individual preferences. And if you don’t have a smartphone, the miniPocket™ also provides highly convenient remote control.

Signia Pure Nx Models

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Signia Pure Nx 312 Nx

5 reviews

Release Date: 20 October 2017

The Signia Pure Nx 312 Nx has a dedicated volume control, a push button (program control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, uses size 312 hearing aid batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP68
  • Phone Compatibility:

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Signia Pure Nx 13 Nx

3 reviews

Release Date: 20 October 2017

The Signia Pure Nx 13 Nx has a dedicated volume control, a push button (program control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, uses size 13 hearing aid batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP68
  • Phone Compatibility:

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Signia Pure Nx Charge&Go

4 reviews

Release Date: 01 March 2018

The Signia Pure Nx Charge&Go has a push button (program control and volume control), water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP68, rechargeable batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP68
  • Phone Compatibility:

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Signia Pure Nx 10 Nx

0 reviews

Release Date: 01 March 2018

The Signia Pure Nx 10 Nx has water resistant coating, an ingress protection rating of IP67, uses size 10 hearing aid batteries, is Android compatible, and is Made For iPhone.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP67
  • Phone Compatibility:

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Signia Pure Nx Model Comparison

Signia Pure Nx 312 Nx Signia Pure Nx 13 Nx Signia Pure Nx Charge&Go Signia Pure Nx 10 Nx
Rating
85%

5 reviews

70%

3 reviews

85%

4 reviews

0%

0 reviews

Android Compatibility
Disposable Batteries Battery Size
312
Battery Size
13
Battery Size
10
IP Rating (Liquid) 8 8 8 7
IP Rating (Solid) 6 6 6 6
Made For iPhone Lowest iOS Version
9
Lowest iOS Version
9
Lowest iOS Version
9
Lowest iOS Version
9
Push Button Push Button Options
  • Program control
Push Button Options
  • Program control
Push Button Options
  • Program control
  • Volume Control
Rechargeable Batteries Battery Type
Lithium-ion
Volume Control
Water Resistant Coating
Downloads
Colors
Accessories

Model details listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Signia Pure Nx Technology Level Comparison

Signia Pure Nx 3Nx Signia Pure Nx 5Nx Signia Pure Nx 7Nx
Price $ $$ $$$
Rating
0%

0 reviews

61%

2 reviews

85%

10 reviews

Processing Channels
Gain processing channels
24 32 48
Listening Programs
Hearing programs
6 6 6
Adjustment Bands
Number of adjustment bands
12 16 20
Directionality
3D Classifier
Performance level
3/5 4/5 5/5
Direct Streaming
Performance level
Unavailable for 10 Nx
5/5 5/5 5/5
Directional speech enhancement
Adjustment steps
1 3
EchoShield
eWindScreen binaural
Unavailable for 10 Nx
eWindScreen™
Feedback cancellation
Frequency Compression
HD Spatial
Unavailable for 10 Nx
Narrow Directionality
Unavailable for 10 Nx
OVP™
Unavailable for 10 Nx
Sound Clarity
Performance level
3/5 4/5 5/5
SoundSmoothing™
Adjustment steps
1 3 3
Spatial SpeechFocus
Unavailable for 10 Nx
Speech and noise management
Adjustment steps
3 5 7
Speech Quality
Performance level
3/5 4/5 5/5
Tinnitus Relief
TwinPhone
Unavailable for 10 Nx
Ultra HD e2e
Unavailable for 10 Nx

Technology specifications listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Signia Pure Nx Accessories

CROS Pure 312 Nx

Functions

  • CROS System

miniPocket

Functions

  • Remote Control

myControl App

Functions

  • Remote Control
  • Smartphone App

myHearing

StreamLine Mic

Functions

StreamLine TV

Functions

  • TV Streamer

touchControl™ App

Functions

  • Smartphone App

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Signia Pure Nx Videos

Signia Nx - Replicating Nature
Signia Pure Nx Video

Signia Nx - Replicating Nature

18 October 2017

Signia Nx with OVP™ for the most natural own voice and highest acceptance. Signia Nx, the world’s most advanced hearing aid platform,provides the...

Superior hearing plus Bluetooth – the unique combination of Signia Nx
Signia Pure Nx Video

Superior hearing plus Bluetooth – the unique combination of Signia Nx

23 October 2017

Today’s hearing aid wearers expect the highest hearing performance and seamless connectivity to help them hear in a modern world. Only Signia...

How to make hands-free calls with Signia StreamLine Mic
Signia Pure Nx Video

How to make hands-free calls with Signia StreamLine Mic

19 February 2018

Learn how to make hands-free calls with StreamLine Mic in this quick tutorial.

How to charge your battery free hearing aid
Signia Pure Nx Video

How to charge your battery free hearing aid

05 March 2018

Learn how to charge your Signia hearing aids. Signia’s new Pure Charge&Go hearing aids provide a natural sounding own voice with convenient...

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Signia Pure Nx Reviews

Hearing aid reviews are fundamentally different from reviews for most other consumer electronic products. The reason is because individual factors, like degree of hearing loss, have a profound effect one's success and overall satisfaction with the product. When purchasing a hearing aid, you'll need to consider more than just your hearing outcome. Hearing aids are manufactured with varying levels of quality; some hearing aids are extremely durable, while others suffer frequent breakage. Battery life also varies between models, and manufacturer predictions of battery life are often optimistic. By collecting feedback from consumers, we can get a better idea of real world product durability and battery life... Continue reading

Overall Ratings

Hearing Tracker uses a ten-question survey to assess consumer feedback on hearing aids. The percentage bars below reflect the average ratings provided per question, averaged across all hearing aids belonging to this family of devices.
Note: Original answers provided in star rating format.

Benefit in Quiet
Benefit in Noise
Benefit on the Phone
Clear and Natural
Music Improvement
Physical Comfort
Reliability
Feedback
Hearing Improvement
Value
Member 25 September 2018

Less than a week with hearing aids--still adjusting. Could hear female & children's voices better without the hearing aids. Hear male/low frequency voices slightly better with them. The phone and radio are the areas where I feel is the most improved with hearing aids. Not happy about the amplification of low frequency noise (HVAC systems, appliances, etc).

Jerry F. 30 August 2018

These are my first hearing aids, so I didn't really know what to expect. However, they work great. No real problems. I like the convenience of recharge ability. Big improvement in hearing/understanding TV. Have been able to turn off the captions (except for British detective shows, which no-one can understand anyway). Only (minor) issue is hearing conversation in noisy environments. My provider has made some adjustments that have definitely improved things. But I think he needs to increases the amplification of the the person in front of me a little more. I don't think this will be an issue. I like the MyControl app. It allows me the freedom to make adjustments on the go. Also, being able to monitor what has happened over the course of the day does provide some additional insight. An Apple Watch version of the app would be great. Overall, very pleased. Would definitely recommend them. Note: With regard to questions below, need to provide an answer to "How long have you been wearing hearing aids?" that is "< 1 year". Also, for the "How many days do your batteries last?" need to add "N/A - Rechargeable"

Member 29 August 2018

Received them through the VA, absolutely love them!

Member 14 August 2018

Mine has the latest technology from Signia/Siemans , dated December 2017. Long story short, they are fully automatic, and my hearing couldn't be better in ALL environments. Put them on and leave them alone. They are AUTOMATIC and MUSIC to my ears I had my hearing tested and fitted at the Hospital Clinic and have been wearing my Signia/Siemens for a little over a month. The name and leading edge technology from Signia/Siemens, that everyone follows, says it all. You want the BEST?

Member 14 August 2018

I have only been wearing the signia pure 13 7NX hearing aids for a month now, I previously had the Signia pure 7BX that i wore for 2 years. The new NX hearing aids are leaps and bounds above the BX aids. I'm able to hear sounds that I haven't heard in a long time like the fans on my computer, also am able to understand much more of what is being said

Member 14 August 2018

I have Signia Pure 312 7Nx aids closed domes My previous aids were Resound Lix2 762’s Impressions Very comfortable to wear Warm natural sound Noise suppression better No more feedback Music streaming better TV sound better Fitting Configuration software excellent. MyHearing and MyControl should be combined into 1 app Battery live for me averages around 5 days based on wearing them 14 hours a day My provider verified he could change settings remotely via TeleCare but isn’t into responding to text messages via My Hearing app

Parth P. 14 August 2018

ease of flexibility in adjustment is not present in mobile app. if improved it will truly support entire rane of deafness. more over siemens should cover fitting range from 20db to 80 db full range since not covering fitting software assuming incomplete audiogram and fitting accordingly.got 7nx initial impression with previous HA (orion) that hardware improvement its capable for distance voice catchup. but my low freq.(special fitting) loss doesn't allow such talkings transient noise management in real life not so powerfull but acceptale to me cafe preset is somewhat working in noise still difficult to talk group conversation good for speech understanding but not upto mark due to other noise. review about app iphone app works without problem. android upto 5-7 day works but then sudden crashes more often. and for connecting i have to put HA on screen which not issue with iphone. and app lakes adjustment like equilizer speech and noise management strength tranisent strength in various programs like resound. basically i am wearing double doom hence cant comment on ovp feature. sicne company approve that feature with close moulds. overall not over helmed with nx

Member 13 September 2018

Streaming quality is excellent, with exception of clicking sound, but thsat is an Apple issue, not a HA issue. (I have worn four different MFi Hearing Aids and used several different iPhones, the clicking sound in audio persists across all four brands). Own Voice processing is a plus, I like it. Motion sensing doesn't seem to do much for me. myControl app is OK, could use some UI improvement. There is a lot more info available than other apps I have used (Oticon ON, ReSound, Earlens) but the bare bones controls you need should be easier to access (and quicker, it is a pretty slow app to load).

Member 05 March 2018
Interesting to hear that the clicking sound seems to be across all brands. If I get the noise when on a call now, I simply put my apple watch into airplane mode and it stops immediately. Re: the app I have found that I use it a lot less than expected since I can use the rocker switch on one hearing aid for changing programs and the other for changing volume. Overall I like them very much
Wendell G. 13 September 2018
I have Starkey Halo 2 aids and I get the clicking sound too. Sometimes within minutes of turning on the Apple Watch. Starkey told me yesterday that Apple told them the problem will be fixed in IOS12. Let's hope they weren't jiving them.
Member 14 August 2018

These hearing aids were a replacement for some very old Phonak hearing aids, basically because I don't buy new ones regularly and wanted Bluetooth as well as the other latest and greatest features. I also wanted something with 312 size batteries because I want the hearing aids to be as unobtrusive as possible. I have now been wearing them daily for 3 months and have gotten to know them quite well - Comments (in no particular order): - The hearing aids are very comfortable. I use them with the 'tulip' earpieces, which allow some external sound in. I tried some of the other 'sealed' earpieces to get more bass when streaming music, but frankly this doesn't make much difference and I find the sealed earpieces make sound seem unnatural while feeling like I have something stuck in my ear. The 'tulip' earpieces are so unobtrusive I forget I am wearing them. - I love the streaming from my iPhone. It's reliable and clear and works for both phone calls as well as music. It would be nice to have more bass, but the music is very 'precise' in sound and you tend to choose music that doesn't need a thumping bass. It's cool to be able to take conference calls with the phone in your pocket on mute where the sound is just 'around you' without thinking about wearing any kind of headset. It would be nice if there was a microphone solution (supposedly there will be soon) but it just means that if you want to speak you put your phone in your hand like a mic and speak into it, while leaving it on mute when not talking. As someone who spends many hours on calls it is a great feature. Being able to walk around with music just playing in your head is also very cool. Two things to think about on this: 1. Get the Signia streaming device for your TV - Don't think about it, just get it - It's great. No more getting yelled at by the wife for having the TV too loud - in fact I can walk anywhere in the house and still hear the program that is playing on the TV crystal clear. It's kinda spooky to go out to a restaurant for dinner (having had the hearing aids set for the TV streamer before I left), then hear the TV suddenly start speaking in my head when I am back in the driveway within Bluetooth range. After years of struggling, hearing speech on the TV is suddenly not an issue 2. I occasionally had an issue with a repetitive 'clicking' sound when on the phone or listening to music from my iPhone, which Signia said was probably interference from some other Bluetooth device. To find the source of the problem I systematically disconnected every Bluetooth device from my iPhone in 'Settings' without success, but eventually figured it out: Even with all Bluetooth devices disconnected in 'Settings' on the phone, I realized that my Apple Watch still had a connection and sure enough, when putting my Apple Watch into Airplane mode, the clicking stopped... Every manufacturer seems to have some kind of Bluetooth issue whether connectivity or clicking - I can honestly say that the connectivity is fantastic, and that if I have an issue with clicking (which only happens every now and then) I just put my watch in Airplane mode and the clicking stops The iPhone remote control program is great, with the ability to target certain areas (in front, sides etc), access other programs and control volume all from my iPhone. I will say, however that I have gotten into the habit of just using the rocker switches on the hearing aids instead as they are right there. Right one for choosing a program and left one for volume. There will be a program around Q1 2018 whereby the audiologist will be able to make remote changes to the settings of the hearing aids, which is another feature I am looking forward to I use these in both quiet and noisy environments and there are very few situations where I find it hard to hear what folks are saying I only get two days battery life, which is the price you pay for streaming plus 'unobtrusive', but when I can get 48 batteries from Costco for $8, this is really not a concern for me. I keep spares everywhere Bottom line - I like the sound and the streaming is a game changer. Strongly recommended Keith

Member 03 May 2018
Keith, thanks so much for sharing your notes, the popping during bluetooth was driving me nuts, but then I read your advice and disconnected my bluetooth watch, and the popping went away instantly! I'm still getting used to all the functionality so I'll have to look into the different programs as well. I've been sticking to "universal" since I got them a few weeks ago. I am getting the streamline mic for a mic during bluetooth calls (I have a lot of phone / video conferencing) and I am considering the TV accessory too. Do you find that the audio perfectly matches with the TV accessory and can you still hear the TV noise? -Mark
Member 13 June 2018
The TV streamer works perfectly. I usually leave the volume up at a 'wife reasonable' volume, which means I get a little extra background bass to deepen the TV sound, but the hearing aids give me the clear voice dialogue that I really needed. If the family is reading and don't want to hear the TV I can simply turn the sound down on the TV and just hear the program in my hearing aids, which is fine too. If someone talks to me while streaming I can hear them, and have the option of turning down the streaming if needed using the app I would be interested to hear your impression of the Streamline mic when you get it. I too spend a lot of time on calls (particularly Skype) and figure this would be a better solution than having to hold the phone like a microphone all the time
Member 14 August 2018

I brought these HA home 2 weeks ago. So far I am very impressed with their performance. I previously had a pair of Siemens Aquaris 701 with miniTek that I had for the last 6 years and had grown unhappy with their performance. The Pure 13 HA's are pure joy with one exception, Bluetooth. The sound quality of the Pure 13's is exceptional. The presets are great. We did tweek them a bit when I picked them up at the first fitting. The Bluetooth streaming worked great the first few days. Then bugs started showing up. Sometimes during a phone call (streamed from iPhone) one ear cuts out. Often I hear a clicking during the call. I purchased the TV streamer which works well except it losses connection with one or both ears occasionally. Sometimes I hear a rhythmic clicking in one ear (click click pause click click repeat). Normally a reset (reboot) of the HA corrects the problem. On two occasions, I had to delete the pairing with my phone and with the TV streamer. I went back to see my Audiologist a few days ago. He called Siemens directly and we talked with tech support. Tech support didn't have much to offer except that they had heard of these issues before. One tech said that they had contacted Apple who said the clicking 'might' be an issue of iOS. No real resolution except what I am already doing: reboot, unpair, do it all again. I have 30 days to return these HA's for a full refund. I am seriously thinking about returning these HA as Bluetooth streaming was (is) very important to me. Receiving calls is imperative, streaming TV is great (no subtitles) and streaming media from my phone is really cool. If I do return these, what else should I look for. I have found that it is very hard to find good unbiased reviews. Most reviews that I've read are obviously biased toward a particular brand/model.

Member 28 February 2018
start turning off all bluetooth connected devices to see if clicking stops.

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Member 11 April 2018
I've had these for about four weeks now, and am quite disappointed for these reasons: 1) The iPhone Bluetooth streaming does not work well, unless you keep the iPhone right between the two ears. If you keep it in the side pocket of a fanny pack, the sound will pop in and out of the far ear. 2) The connection to the iPhone via the My Control app is very buggy. I keep getting a message that the iPhone has lost connection to one of the aids, and I frequently have to turn the Bluetooth on and off to restore the connection. 3) While I don't get the whistling in the wind sound that I've gotten with previous aids, I do get a very annoying rustling sound in the wind. For these reasons, I'll be returning my aids to Signia.
Member 22 April 2018
I finally caved in and got my first set of HA's and am blown away. I can't imagine any brand or model being better. The bluetooth feature is simply amazing for phones and music as well as adjustment (iPhone6). I'm a retired Major from a big city fire department and having listened to sirens at a busy station for 27 years has caused a deafening case of tinnitus from which these have been a huge relief. I really like the app as well as the tinnitus app. I'm hearing sounds I haven't heard in years and the tinnitus, ah, it's not a biggie now.
Member 22 April 2018
I have Signia Pure 312 7Nx aids closed domes My previous aids were Resound Linx2 762’s Impressions Very comfortable to wear Warm natural sound Noise suppression better Own Voice Processing is nice Music streaming better TV sound better Fitting Configuration software excellent. MyHearing and MyControl should be combined into 1 app Battery life for me averages around 5 days based on wearing them 14 hours a day My provider verified he could change settings remotely via TeleCare but isn’t into responding to text messages via My Hearing app
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