Signia Silk X

Signia Silk X Hearing Aid

Product Info, Reviews, and Prices

Ratings

2 stars stars

1.9 stars from 5 reviews

About the Signia Silk X

The Silk X is the latest instant-fit completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid from Signia. Unlike other CIC hearing aids, the Silk X does not need to be custom-fitted to your ear using a traditional earmold or ear scan procedure. Instead, the hearing aid is compatible with a variety of "click sleeves" which enable a robust fit with most ear canals. This means the hearing aids can typically be fit in a single office visit, as there is no wait for 3D-print manufacturing, which is typical for most custom products in 2020. 

The Silk X has Binaural OneMic Directionality 2.0 with Ultra HD e2e technology and runs on the new Xperience platform from Signia. Binaural OneMic enables microphones from each hearing aid to work together to create a directional listening pattern for amplifying speech in front of you preferentially. Directionality is typically used to help improve hearing when in a crowded environment. 

Remote control of the Silk X is possible via the miniPocket™ and Signia App. While remote fitting support (TeleCare) is available for the Silk X, wireless streaming via Bluetooth is only available in other Signia Xperience products, like the Styletto X and Pure X. There are also a number of other Xperience software features that are unavailable on the Silk, such as Signia's signature Own Voice Processing (OVP) technology. Read more about the Xperience platform.

Signia Silk X Physical Specifications

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 Silk X Technology Levels

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Price
$1,526

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$1,969

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$2,273

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$2,827

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$3,157

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2 reviews

Directionality
Processing Channels
Gain processing channels
16 16 24 32 48
Listening Programs
Hearing programs
4 4 6 6 6
Extended Dynamic Range
Adjustment Bands
Number of adjustment bands
8 8 12 16 20
Extended bandwidth
Bandwidth
12kHz
Direct Streaming
Performance level
5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5 5/5
EchoShield
Feedback cancellation
Frequency Compression
Sound Clarity
Performance level
2/5 3/5 3/5 4/5 5/5
SoundSmoothing™
Adjustment steps
3 3 3 3
Speech and noise management
Adjustment steps
7 7 7 7 7
Tinnitus Relief
Ultra HD e2e
eWindScreen binaural
eWindScreen™

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 Silk X Accessories

CROS Silk X

CROS Silk X

Functions

  • CROS System

Compatible Aids

  • Silk X
miniPocket

miniPocket

Enables push-button remote control of hearing aid functions.

Functions

  • Remote Control

Compatible Aids

  • Silk X
Signia App

Signia App

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

Functions

Compatible Aids

  • Silk X

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Signia Silk X Reviews

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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
No data available
75%
Benefit in Noise
No data available
50%
Benefit on the Phone
No data available
58%
Clear and Natural
No data available
50%
Music Improvement
No data available
58%
Physical Comfort
No data available
75%
Reliability
No data available
50%
Feedback
No data available
58%
Hearing Improvement
No data available
50%
Value
No data available
58%
Anonymous
Anonymous 03 September 2022
2 stars stars
Signia Silk X 2X

Mobile app not working properly Silk 2X.

Anonymous
Anonymous 23 November 2021
1 star stars

This product price too high and expensive for many rural or poor people who have hearing loss can never buy is out , and no one will buy it out like jewellery or clothes store 

This price is useless love poor people who need by low cost 

Anonymous
Anonymous 04 September 2021
1 star stars
Signia Silk X 7X

I have had these Signia Silk X premium hearing aids 8 months and they were 4000.00.  From hearing.com.  They have been in for repairs every 2 months or had to be replaced due to not connecting or dead and didn’t work! For 4000.00 I would expect better reliability and performance… totally the worst experience I have ever had for a product or service. I have sent emails, left several messages… never a response from hear.com. Customer service is crap! Wouldn’t buy from this company… learn sign language! They are a joke!

Anonymous
Anonymous 23 March 2021
1 star stars
Signia Silk X 1X

No ability to make changes in devices (volume, etc.) - for 1500-2000 per device, this is absolutely ridiculous.

Anonymous
Anonymous 30 July 2020
4.5 stars stars
Signia Silk X 7X

I finally broke down and got hearing aids. I was holding off for a long time because I wanted something more invisible, but I have always had an irrational fear of having that molding putty put in my ear. I recently heard about the Silk aids, and thought I would give them a try. Right as I was about to buy them, my audiologist told me to wait as some newer models were coming out. So, I ended up waiting a week to get these "X" ones. I'm honestly not too sure about the differences, but it seems like a good idea to get the newest technology, especially given I'll probably be wearing these things for years. 

Anyway, the comfort for me has been really good. Only a week in, and I already forget if I have them in my ears. The hearing has been really life changing, and I'm looking forward to life getting back to normal so I can put them through their paces in the real world! 

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Discussion

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Can you wear these to bed?
How long do they stay charged and how long to charge them?

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I have the Nx which is identical size to x (getting x later this month). I have had them for 2 years and the batteries last for 7 days if worn from roughly 08:00 to 21:00.  I guess you can wear them to bed but personally I use ear plugs as I want total silence when I sleep. Depending on the setup you could get feedback lying on them. Mine whistle with feedback if I rub my ears but I chose to have that level of amplification during set-up.

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I have the Signia Insio 1Nx during free tryout 45 days from Nov-05-2020 so far I never have more than 4 days of each battery on each hearing aid 

Unfortunately, I did return to fix one of them on the left side 2 times already, just like no battery, I changed new battery still nothing, last time was 10 days till I got it back, this time 5 days so far, I have not get it back yet.

Luckily the one on the right side still okay but again around 3-4 days max for each battery size 10

Howard

Yet to hear these Silks, but I wonder at the price when Sony earbuds pro are much less costly and can be used as hearing aids on their transparency setting. They can even be adjusted for tone, if ageing ears have weaker higher frequencies.

Can't help but notice also that Signia make little comment on MUSICAL quality. Does the app let you adjust mid range, lows, highs? Can you set a max-level limiter for comfort?

Nearly all modern 'clever' hearing aids are frankly dreadful on live music, focused as they are on speech. (I am not an audiologist, but professionally sound-trained and active in the field). Fortunately, here in UK, the industry and audiological colleges are waking up to musical needs.

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