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Major Hearing Aid Manufacturers

  1. Phonak - One of the world’s leading hearing aid manufacturers, Phonak is a Swiss company known for cutting-edge technology and style. Phonak is owned by Sonova Holding AG who also owns Unitron Hearing. Unitron generally offers the same core technologies as Phonak but with fewer features and at low prices.

  2. ReSound - Known for leading and innovative hearing aids, ReSound was the first manufacturer to introduce an open ear hearing aid. ReSound is a Danish company and also owns Beltone and Interton.

  3. Siemens - One of the world’s largest companies, Siemens offers solid hearing aids with leading BlueTooth applications. Siemens also owns Rexton and provides technology for Miracle Ear hearing aids.

  4. Sonic Innovations has developed some good technology but does not seem to have had any real breakthroughs lately. Sonic Innovations is as US company based in Salt Lake City.

  5. Starkey - Slowly becoming an employee-owned company, as the founder, William (Bill) Austin moves toward retirement. Though a bit of a late entrant into the more advanced digital hearing aid technologies, Starkey now offers state-of-the-art feedback cancellation and has recently introduced better noise management technologies. Starkey is a US company based in Minneapolis and also owns Audibel, Nu-Ear, and Micro-Tech. Starkey is also affiliated with the world’s largest hearing aid charity: the Starkey Hearing Foundation which was founded by Bill Austin.

  6. Widex - A solid hearing aid manufacturer that sees itself as the “Cadillac” of hearing aid manufacturers.

  7. Oticon - People First-At Oticon “People First” is more than a slogan, it is their philosophy. Through their complete line of leading edge digital hearing aids, Oticon strives to help people with hearing loss fulfill their potential while living the life they choose – with the hearing they have. With Oticon’s strong commitment to research and science, they provide hearing health care professionals with a range of Oticon digital hearing aids and support, to meet the unique needs of all consumers.

  8. Bernafron - Bernafron’s mission is to help people hear and communicate better by offering innovative hearing solutions. Bernafron has been a leader in the hearing aid industry for over 60 years, providing state-of-the-art technology through their Swiss Engineering. With over 50 distributors world-wide, the company offers a full range of quality digital hearing aids. From entry level to premium level, Bernafron hearing aids offer a multitude of solutions to meet your hearing needs.

  9. Beltone - Beltone has a long-established history of client-centered care at the local level by delivering advanced digital Beltone hearing aids. The company’s steadfast commitment to the development of advanced digital Beltone hearing aids, client after-care and enhancement of life’s quality through better hearing make Beltone one of the most recognized names in quality, affordable hearing aids. When you visit a Beltone hearing healthcare professional near you for your next hearing evaluation, you’ll be tested and fitted with Beltone hearing aids all in one place, making hearing health as easy as a drive across town.

  10. Unitron Connect - For more than 40 years, Unitron has improved the lives of those who experience hearing loss through the design of some of the highest-quality hearing aids available with the most current digital technology. The company’s focus is on the daily activities of consumers and how to seamlessly integrate hearing aids into life, bringing back sound for a fuller, more productive day-to-day lifestyle. Unitron digital hearing aids will bring you greater connectivity, improved quality of life, and solutions for everyday listening needs.

  11. SeboTek Hearing Systems - Headquarted in Tulsa, Oklahoma, SeboTek Hearing Systems is a fast-growing, privately-held company that manufactures and distributes PAC Voice-Q hearing aids, the first-ever speaker-in-the-canal hearing aid worldwide. SeboTek is committed to serving those with hearing loss and to improving the quality of life for those who wear hearing aids.

  12. MicroTech - A forward-looking hearing aid manufacturer, believes every person with hearing loss deserves high-quality hearing aids that are professionally fitted, attractive and most importantly effective. The company’s research and development look to new technology in both digital electronics and wireless connectivity for ways to improve hearing and wearing comfort all day long. MicroTech understands hearing is vital to a full life and strives to improve the lives of those with hearing loss by helping them hear the sounds around them with their innovative MicroTech digital hearing aid product line.

  13. Advanced Bionics - Advanced Bionics leads the way in the design and development of implantable, state-of-the-art, cochlear implants. The company’s HiResolution Bionic Ear System enables consumers with severe hearing loss to deafness to enjoy the sounds of life. Advanced Bionics conducts extensive research, develop new technologies, educates consumers and supports physicians, audiologists, medical specialists, and patients.

  14. Cochlear Americas - Cochlear Americas was the first company to develop and bring to market a high-functioning cochlear implant for more than 25 years ago. Cochlear, Ltd., and the company’s US Headquarters, have made it possible for those who experience severe hearing loss and deafness to once again hear. Through extensive research and development, Cochlear Americas restores the ability to hear sound and understand speech – improving the quality of life for those with severe to profound hearing loss. The company’s promise? – “Hear now. And always.” Cochlears make it possible.
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