Own Voice Processing Explained
Features of Signia Hearing Aids
Signia offers 4 new types of hearing aids with brand new and improved technology.
The NX devices are sleekly designed and come in a choice of a dozen colours.
With the release of the NX platform, Signia is the first hearing aid manufacturer to deal with a common complaint that hearing aid users have, which how the hearing aids process the sound of their own voice.
The NX has OVP (own voice processing) built in, which recognises the sound of the wearers voice and processes it differently to make it sound much more natural compared to similar devices from other hearing aid manufacturers.
Signia now targets the younger crowd with their hearing aid appearance and technology features.
Their HD Music program provides fantastic sound quality for any musical event. And to pinpoint the exact sound over a noisy crowd, the SpeechMaster function allows for singularity hearing.
SpeechMaster also works with SoundSmoothing™ to smooth additional distracting sounds, and eWindScreen™ to limit intrusive breezes when on the go.
These Signia technologies resonate with the youth but they alsoincorporate features for adults, such as EchoShield. Echoing, sound reflections, and reverberations can be reduced to hear clearer; this is especially great at family gatherings with children.
Signia also incorporates the use of apps. touchControl remotely controls volume, bass and treble with your smart phone. And easyTek helps transform wireless hearing aids into a high-functioning stereo for effortless streaming from the hearing aid to smart devices.
The higher priced hearing devices (7nx) offer the most amount of programs and accessories. This is why they are described as “platinum” tier.
But the gold and silver tiers have their own benefits, such as wireless hearing, additional apps for concise hearing, CROS/BiCROS solutions for un-aidable hearing loss in one ear, and tinnitus therapy.