Hearing Aid Brands

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Freedom Hearing Center LLC is a private practice audiology clinic, which gives us the ability to work with multiple manufacturers in order to meet the needs of each individual patient. There are several top manufacturers that each have a broad selection of hearing devices. Each manufacturer also has different levels of technology and accessories available to enhance your listening experience. Your audiologist will work with you based on your hearing loss, your listening environments, and technology needs to determine the best hearing device and/or accessories for you.

GN ReSound Hearing Aids – GN ReSound began in 1943 and has been a leading hearing aid manufacturer throughout the years.  ReSound was the first to deliver 2.4GHz technology for direct connectivity and the first Made for Apple ® hearing aid.  ReSound is available in over 80 countries around the world.

Widex Hearing Aids – Widex is a family owned company that was founded in 1956 in Denmark.  Widex strives to be innovative as shown by being the first to develop a digital in-the-ear hearing aid!  Widex hearing aids are available in more than 100 countries around the world.

Oticon Hearing Aids – Oticon has been in the hearing care industry since 1904 when the founder, Hans Demant, wanted his wife to lead a better life, regardless of her hearing loss.  He is responsible for bringing the very first hearing devices to Denmark.   Oticon hearing aids are available in more than 100 countries around the world.

Phonak Hearing Aids – Phonak was founded in 1947 in Zurich, and was originally named “AG für Elektroakustik.”  Phonak has been a leader in the industry with many innovations, but one that is truly unique was Lyric, which is the first and only hearing solution that can be worn in the ear for months at a time.  Phonak is part of a larger organization known as Sonova Holding AG, and the products are available in more than 100 countries around the world.

Signia Hearing Aids – Signia was formerly known as Siemens.  In 1878 Werner von Siemens built a telephone that improved voice quality.  This led to the discovery that amplified voice signals would help those with a hearing impairment.  In 1911, the first Siemens device was designed specifically for the purpose of improved hearing. Signia hearing devices are available in more than 26 countries around the world.

Unitron Hearing AidsFounded in 1964 in Newfoundland, Canada, Unitron became the first Canadian manufacturer of hearing aid technology. Unitron is part of a larger parent organization known as Sonova Holding AG.  Unitron delivers hearing devices in 70 countries around the world.  

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