Signia Hearing Aids
The founders of Signia produced an amplified telephone receiver in Singapore in 1878. From that foundation, the company developed and released its first line of hearing aids in 1910 and began the journey to becoming a global manufacturing leader that produces one out of every four hearing aids used worldwide.
Partnered with Siemens at the start of the 21st century, Signia returned to independent status for a short time as Sivantos Group until a 2019 Sivantos-Widex merger established WS Audiology. After becoming affiliated with WS Audiology, Signia became the new brand name for Siemens hearing instruments.
The company’s philosophy encourages hearing aid wearers to “take life in stride.” Signia’s commitment to provide stylish and discreet hearing wear without sacrificing performance, producing BTE and ITC devices with sophisticated form, graceful lines, a refined fit, and a true-to-life hearing experience are evidence that they stick to their philosophy.
Signia’s OVP platform makes better sound quality and clarity possible through the use of acoustic motion sensors designed to produce a more natural hearing experience. Enhanced speech understanding is a primary feature of Signia products while also making them more convenient to use.
The live deep neural network AI, which continually learns about your individual needs in each situation, drives the Signia Assistant and marks a revolution in hearing care, raising hearing aid user satisfaction when using their devices in difficult listening situations.
Signia developed the world’s first inductive charging, 24-hour, rechargeable, lithium ion-powered hearing aid. Connectivity with iPhone and Android are supported by their devices as is the capacity to connect other digital devices using StreamLine Mic and StreamLine TV and facilitate discrete sound quality adjustment using your smartphone.
With smartphone connectivity and Signia’s TeleCare app, you can stay up to date with your hearing care provider for ongoing counseling, troubleshooting, and programming support without the need for an in-office appointment.
Signia hearing aids provide an advanced hearing technology solution for those who need a little extra help to hear better, which is why Allison Audiology supports individuals who use Signia hearing aids with troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of your hearing instrument along with those from other manufacturers, like Audibel, Beltone, Siemens, and more.
The ongoing personalized care our professional audiologists provide is among the advantages of choosing a doctor of audiology for hearing care rather than purchasing your instrument from a hearing aid dispenser, online, or over the counter in a big box store. For the support, encouragement and personalized care you need, turn to a Texas Gulf Coast hearing care leader for better hearing and an improved quality of life.
If you, or a loved one, has a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing instrument specialists, use the adjacent form to contact the Houston or Lake Jackson clinic nearest you.