Siemens Hearing Aids

After establishing himself as a manufacturer of telegraphic instruments in 1847, Werner von Siemens changed his focus to designing and building an amplified telephone receiver to address hearing challenges in 1877. Building on his innovations, the Siemens company’s first BTE (behind-the-ear) instrument was released in 1959 and their first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966, providing the foundation for wearable hearing aid technology.

After a merger with Sivantos in 2015, Signia hearing aids were first produced using Siemens’ technology, but the company continued to release their own Siemens brand hearing aids. The Sivantos Group merger with Widex, creating WS Audiology in 2019, established Siemens as a part of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturing group.

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Siemens Advanced Technology Solutions

The Binax platform is one of the most advanced innovations available in Siemens devices. Binax is able to simulate binaural hearing with an eight-microphone network (four per hearing aid) that connect wirelessly in order to share and balance audio data using e2e (ear to ear) technology.

When subjected to testing by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg, Binax demonstrated a capacity to produce sound that gives Siemens hearing aid wearers an advantage in a noisy environment, even over those with normal hearing.

Technologies that are also included in the Binax platform are Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural, and High-Definition Sound Resolution to help improve the quality and clarity of sound and speech.

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Patient-Focused Hearing Care for the Permian Basin

We have a number of advanced technology solutions, like Siemens hearing aids, to address your hearing care needs at All About Hearing, but technology can never replace you as the primary focus of the personalized hearing care our audiology professionals provide.

We use comprehensive hearing assessments to pinpoint the exact type and severity of your hearing loss so that our hearing aid specialist can help you select the hearing instrument best able to address your specific hearing challenges while striving to accommodate your personal and budget preferences.

Residents throughout the Permian Basin area are able to take advantage of better hearing as well as a more active and independent lifestyle thanks to the services we provide in our Midland hearing clinics, which include the fitting, technical support, device maintenance, and repair of hearing aids, like those from Siemens, Signia, Sivantos, and more.

If you, or a loved one, would benefit from hearing aids or you need help from one of our hearing instrument specialists, contact the All About Hearing clinic nearest you by submitting the adjacent form.

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At All About Hearing we are committed to helping you not fall into the statistic of those who waited too long to receive hearing care.

If you believe that you or a loved one are experiencing signs of hearing loss, whether struggling to hear conversations in noisy environments or needing to have the television louder than those around you, then be sure to schedule a hearing test as soon as possible.

By scheduling a hearing assessment at one of our convenient locations, you can be sure your hearing needs will be met, and you will receive the personalized care you deserve. Call us today at (432) 689-2220 or complete the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch.

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