Hearing Aid Brands


Phonak is one of the world's top suppliers of hearing aids. Their products can significantly enhance quality of life and decrease the constraints caused by hearing loss. Always at the forefront of technology, Phonak hearing aids come in a multitude of styles to suit your lifestyle requirements and preferences. Over its 70-year history, Phonak has concentrated on providing state-of-the-art hearing devices.

Phonak provides wireless and Bluetooth connectivity as well as rechargeable and conventional battery-powered designs. The company also offers the world's only 100% invisible hearing aid, The Lyric. Their latest iteration is the Marvel, which combines great speech comprehension, universal connectivity and lithium-ion rechargeable technology.


Starkey Hearing Technologies is the biggest manufacturer of hearing aids in the United States and, indeed, the only home grown manufacturer maker of hearing aids. Starkey first opened for business in Minnesota in the 1960s to create earpieces for hearing aids.
Their American legacy stayed a key component of its identity, even as the firm expanded to become a multinational company, operating in 100 markets globally.

Another pillar of Starkey's history has been a commitment to philanthropy and supporting individuals living with hearing loss. Since its founding in 1984, the Starkey Hearing Foundation has supplied more than 1 million hearing aids to people in need around the globe.


Founded in 1904, Oticon is one of the oldest hearing aid companies out there. It was started by a man who wanted to help his wife who was hard-of-hearing. The company that sprouted from this goal is proud to be “People First.”

Oticon continues this people-centric philosophy in the development of new hearing technologies. The company was a pioneer in developing the first fully digital hearing aid and has evolved further to incorporate the concept of BrainHearing™, a process that supports the way your brain hears sound. Nowadays, they are renowned for their high quality hearing aid line, the OPN S.

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Widex is one of the biggest producers of hearing aids in the world, providing hearing assistance to individuals in more than 100 countries around the world. A family-owned company established in Denmark in 1956, they have a reputation for providing the best quality sound, stressing what the wearer needs to hear rather than merely enhancing all the sounds available. Their hearing aids effectively differentiate between discussions and background noise and are great at blocking wind noise.

Widex has continuously been a leader in ground breaking technologies and design. In 2018, they were the pioneers of the world's first real-time, machine learning hearing aid in the Evoke. This uses artificial intelligence to continuously improve the hearing aid experience with every passing day.


Unitron has guided the way for hearing aid brands with sophisticated features to tackle varying background noise and sound levels. Technological progress and style are the foundational pillars of Unitron's success.

Unitron is strongly committed to providing clients the chance to test their hearing aids prior to purchase. Their distinctive 'Flex' program allows you to test adjusted hearing aids for your particular hearing loss type and level. Through the latest advances in programmable hearing aids and fitting software, Unitron continues work towards improving fittings among patients.

The firm continues to win accolades for its pioneering hearing aid technologies, including one for the world's most discreet wireless RIC, the Moxi Now, which won the Red Dot 'Best of the Best' Design Award in 2017.


In 1943, ReSound began its mission: to produce the world's most sophisticated hearing aids that can adjust to any setting for the best possible hearing. ReSound is a member of the GN Group, based in Ballerup, Denmark. The GN Group has over 147 years of experience in the audiology and audio industries, making it a forerunner in intelligent audiology technologies.

Since its inception, ReSound has been the first to create a number of innovations, including the first 2.4GHz hearing aids and the world's first Made for Apple hearing aids to offer direct sound streaming.


Formerly known as Siemens, Signia is the latest iteration of a business that started manufacturing hearing aids more than a century ago (Sivantos). Siemens forged a reputation for state-of -the-art technology with German engineering and premium quality. Now, under the Signia moniker, the firm has maintained its strong legacy of state-of-the-art hearing aid technology while introducing a modern emphasis on individualized hearing care.

Their latest model is the well-received Styletto, a stylish hearing aid whose design is preferred by eight out of ten patients.