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Swiss company Phonak was founded in Zurich over 60 years ago and is a world-leader in hearing technology. Since 1965, the Rihs family have been involved in running the company, and are known as industry innovation leaders and for quality workmanship. Phonak's current digital signal processing chipset offers next generation improvements in music fidelity, speech clarity and noise reduction and, as an industry first, may be custom built into a titanium shell.
Siemens Signia Nx is the new sound processing chip platform on the latest generation of “BestSound Technology”. NX simulates the effects of binaural (two ears) hearing and brings these advantages back to the wearer in such a way that they claim is better than having normal hearing when in a noisy environment.
Starkey is a privately held US company and one of only two to collaborate directly with Apple to create the first Made for iPhone hearing technologies. Starkey call theirs HALO (now Halo iQ) and makes it available in premium, executive and economy levels of performance. Starkey's superior feedback elimination technology allows them to dominate the industry with high quality invisible hearing aids, such as Soundlens Synergy, which is smaller and more advanced than ever.
Oticon, a danish manufacturer, pledges to offer BrainHearing technologies (read more within the model evaluations) and the first ever internet enabled hearing device, called the Oticon Opn, released at the end of 2016. Oticon consistently wins European design awards due to their elegant form features and user interfaces.
Founded in 1943 in Denmark, ReSound own several hearing aid brands (ReSound, Danavox, Rexton) and develop quality clinical test equipment and infrastructure systems for the Audiology industry. ReSound's latest innovation is called LiNX, one of only two products that results from collaboration with Apple to develop a Made for iPhone hearing device that offers unparalleled user customisation in real time..