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Signia Hearing Aids

Signia first became a hearing instrument innovator in Singapore in 1878, developing an amplified receiver for the telephone. After establishing its own line of hearing aids in 1910, Signia developed into a company that has produced one out of every four hearing aids used worldwide.

Signia partnered with Siemens for a period of time in the start of the 21st century before returning to its status as an independent hearing aid manufacturer in 2015 under Sivantos Group. In the 2019 Widex-Sivanto merger that created WS Audiology Group, Signia became the new brand name of Siemens hearing instruments.

The Signia philosophy encourages those who wear their hearing aids to take life in stride, which is a philosophy that communicates the company’s commitment to provide stylish and discrete hearing wear without sacrificing performance. Their designs allow for BTE and ITC devices with sophisticated form, graceful lines, a refined fit, and true-to-life hearing experiences.

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Hearing Solutions Available From Signia

Developing a hearing instrument to produce a more natural hearing experience was behind the company’s OVP platform, which allows for better sound quality and clarity by using acoustic motion sensors. Enhanced speech understanding is a primary feature of all available Signia products and most also come with rechargeable batteries.

Signia product lines include Active Pro, an instant-fit device designed to enhance audio streaming; an RIC product, Styletto X; a CIC instant-fit device, Silk X; and behind-the-ear devices, Pure and Motion X.

Streaming and connectivity for both iPhone and Android devices include StreamLine Mic and StreamLine TV, allowing users to integrate their hearing aids with their digital devices for improved sound quality and clarity along with discrete sound quality adjustments from your smartphone.

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Signia’s TeleCare Remote Support

Signia keeps up with the trends as the hearing care industry shifts toward tele-audiology and other safe options in place of traditional in-office support.

TeleCare, accessed using the Signia app, provides a virtual means for users to stay up to date with your hearing care provider for ongoing counseling and support without the necessity of an office visit.

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Hearing Care Services At Park Place Hearing Center

The focus of Park Place Hearing Center revolves around taking care of your unique hearing care needs. We use cutting-edge diagnostic technology, along with best practices in audiology, to produce a personalized treatment plan to fit your specific hearing needs and style of living.

Personal treatment includes choosing and programming the hearing instrument that fits your needs and preferences, but we don’t stop there. Tinnitus management is another area of expertise that has helped hundreds of Bay Area residents to find relief for their condition.

We provide ongoing support that includes tech support and troubleshooting, certified Signia hearing aid repairs and maintenance, and virtual appointments to improve safety and convenience.

If you or a loved one is experiencing a hearing challenge or requires the help of one of our hearing instrument specialists for troubleshooting, maintenance, or repair near Petaluma or San Rafael, then contact us by using the form below.

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Diagnosing a hearing problem is your first vital step toward regaining the independent and rewarding lifestyle you are missing due to hearing loss. Discussing your concerns openly and honestly with your audiologist during your hearing assessment enhances the accuracy of the diagnosis and greater precision when it comes to treatment

If you or a loved one do not seem to be hearing as well as you used to, your best option is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment to find out why you’re struggling.

Changing People’s Lives With Technology

Oticon constantly work towards their vision of a world where hearing loss is no limitation. They innovate life-changing technology and are known for outstanding sound quality, reliability, and ease-of-use.

They achieve this through pioneering cutting-edge technology and never compromising on quality.

What Starkey Hearing Aids Can Do for You

Starkey hearing aids are relatively new when their history is compared to other hearing aid manufacturers, beginning in 1970. However, Starkey has provided hearing instruments for five U.S. presidents, two popes, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, and other notable leaders. Starkey emerged in 2017 as a leader in the use of artificially intelligent hearing aids.

In 2014, Starkey introduced Halo as their answer to iPhone connectivity along with producing more natural sounding clarity. The development of Livio AI enabled hearing aids to track physical activity and cognitive health using embedded sensors combined with artificial intelligence. Livio AI allows for auto adjustment to various environmental settings, language translation, fall detection and alerts, tap control, and a variety of additional features.

Starkey provides advantages in sound clarity—especially with TV, telephone, and music streaming—a more natural sound, and smartphone connectivity with advanced overall health integrative features.

What ReSound Hearing Aids Can Do for You

ReSound is among the hearing aid manufacturers that provide the instruments you can choose from. Since their beginning in 1943, they have grown to provide their hearing aids in over 80 countries worldwide.

Direct Android and iPhone connectivity to hearing aids using 2.4 GHz technology was first developed by ReSound.  As a member of GN Group, they contribute to deep research and development of medical, professional, and consumer audio solutions, providing innovative devices for the med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio industries.

Regardless of the style you choose, greater performance from micro-digital technology along with greater discretion and Bluetooth streaming to your smartphone are advantages of ReSound devices.

Remote Assist

An additional advantage, which became extremely important as hearing aid patients were unable to attend in-office visits due to COVID-19 restrictions, is ReSound’s Remote Assist support program. This feature allows you to connect with your hearing care provider using teleaudiology regardless of where you are, allowing for the necessary support and adjustments to your device from a remote location.