Compare hearing aids
With so many hearing aid companies offering so many different models, it’s hard to know where to begin. The information below can help you get started with hearing aid comparisons. You’ll find representative offerings from top manufacturers, including information about specific hearing aid styles, features and prices.
It is important to see a qualified hearing professional when being evaluated for hearing loss and fitted for hearing aids. When hearing aids are made for your exact needs and properly fitted, they deliver far better performance than “off-the-shelf” devices.
Within the description for each hearing aid manufacturer, you’ll find a link to Compare hearing aids. Click on the link to see that hearing aid company’s products, and get started on your journey to better hearing.
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Made for iPhone®
hearing aids are just beginning their path to popularity, but their usefulness and convenience is sure to catch on quickly. Only a few brands are currently authorized to manufacture hearing aids made exclusively for iPhones, and they are currently all the receiver-in-canal style, but their usefulness extends far beyond simply wireless streaming of music and phone calls to your hearing aid. Compare Made for iPhone hearing aids >>
First introduced in 2014 in a receiver-in-canal style and manufactured by at least two companies
A Starkey Hearing Technologies brand, Starkey was founded in Minnesota in 1967 and is an industry leader in hearing technology. Starkey’s focus is not just manufacturing hearing aids; it’s improving the hearing lives of people around the world through technology and innovation. To this end, they have the most advanced research and development team in the industry and continue to pioneer life-changing technology year after year. Compare Starkey hearing aids >>
Founded in Minnesota in 1967 and an industry leader in hearing aid technology
Oticon, one of the oldest hearing aid manufacturers in the world, was founded in 1904. Oticon’s goal is to assist people with hearing loss while living a life they choose. In order to achieve this goal, Oticon strives to be the leader in high performance hearing solutions with a strong commitment to research and science. Compare Oticon hearing aids >>
Founded in 1904, one of the oldest hearing aid manufacturers in the world
The Phonak Group is an innovative leader in hearing acoustics, specializing in the development of solutions for children. They offer a complete range of hearing aids for all hearing losses, lifestyles, ages and budgets. Phonak focuses all their efforts on people, offering modern and versatile products that allow the opportunity to live life without limitations. The Phonak Group strives to overcome technology limitations through ways of research projects that involve signal processing and communication technology, acoustics, and new innovations in the fields of hearing research. Compare Phonak hearing aids >>
Specializing in the development of solutions for children
Founded in 1943, ReSound is part of the GN ReSound Group, one of the world’s largest providers of hearing instruments and diagnostic audiological instrumentation which in turn is part of GN Store Nord. ReSound offers innovative hearing solutions combined with creative thinking and designed with high-level technology. With offices in more than 25 countries and more than 3,000 employees nationwide, ReSound constantly strives to develop better solutions that help people rediscover hearing - so they can live rich, active and fulfilling lives. Compare ReSound hearing aids >>
ReSound is part of the GN ReSound Group
Siemens Hearing Instruments has been leading the field of hearing instrument technology for over 130 years. Siemens Audiology, part of Siemens Healthcare, employs nearly 4,000 individuals in designing, engineering and manufacturing of hearing aids in all custom models, enabling those with hearing loss to communicate more easily and improve their quality of life. They continue to innovate to ensure improvement on products that add to the comfort and lifestyle of customer needs. Compare Siemens hearing aids >>
A leader in the field of hearing instrument technology for over 130 years
Sonic appreciates the value of hearing and helping people find enjoyment from hearing. Sonic strives to make an impact on people’s lives and fulfills this mission by practicing strong corporate values that provide focus as they meet the needs of users. They are focused on positive experiences for customers and have a deep passion for delivering quality hearing solutions. Sonic improves life through enhanced hearing. Compare Sonic Innovations hearing aids >>
Valuing hearing and helping people find enjoyment from hearing
Unitron has designed and manufactured hearing instruments to meet people’s needs. Their products focus where it counts, speech understanding. They deliver the technologies that matter most, offering real-life benefits to more people. The Unitron audiologists and engineers share a relentless drive to deliver technologies that make a difference. Backed by the resources of the Sonova Group, they are the leading global provider of hearing healthcare solutions and develop proprietary technologies on the world’s most sophisticated platform. Unitron Hearing Worldwide employs 600 people and serves customers in more than 70 countries. Unitron is the industry pioneer responsible for patented innovations that set new industry standards and more than 100 dedicated audiologists and R&D professionals work to continuously improve our unique product portfolio. Compare Unitron hearing aids >>
Products focus on speech understanding
Widex, founded in 1956, family-owned and headquartered in Denmark, is committed to providing the right solutions in the most natural way. Their hearing aids reflect a Danish design emphasizing aesthetics and advanced technology. Widex works closely with professionals and users alike to research and develop new technology to assist in hearing loss. Compare Widex hearing aids >>
Family-owned and headquartered in Denmark