Siemens Hearing Aids

Werner von Siemens, was a manufacturer of telegraphic instruments more than 150 years ago, but his desire to address hearing challenges by developing an amplified telephone receiver in 1877 made him a pioneer in the hearing aid industry. Siemens produced the first BTE (behind-the-ear) instrument in 1959, and then the first (ITE) in-the-ear hearing aid in 1966.

In 2015, Siemens became Sivantos, producing Signia hearing aids using Siemens’ technology even as the company continued to release their own Siemens brand hearing aids. As a part of the Sivantos Group Siemens became a part of the WS Audiology group in 2019, making Siemens a part of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturing consortium.

Siemens logo

Schedule a Hearing Assessment

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Siemens’ Processing Platform

A leading Siemens innovation is the capacity to simulate binaural hearing with the Binax platform involves the use of an eight microphone network (four per hearing aid) that connects the devices wirelessly using e2e technology in order to share and balance incoming sound signals.

As the subject of testing by the University of Northern Colorado and the Hearing Center of the University of Oldenburg, Siemens’ Binax technology demonstrated the capacity to produce a level of sound clarity that provide wearers an advantage over those with normal hearing in a noisy environment.

A hearing aid by Siemens at Physicians Hearing Care Tennessee

Features of Siemens Hearing Aids

Siemens hearing aids come with standard or rechargeable batteries as well as easy manual adjustment, but they also include features like Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural and High Definition Sound Resolution to help improve your listening experience.

The capacity to connect your hearing aids to your smartphone, television, telephone and other digital devices, not only enhances your hearing aids experience, but makes it possible for you to receive virtual assistance from your hearing care provider from a remote location.

Patient-Focused Hearing Aid Repair from PHC

Siemens hearing aids are able to provide individuals with hearing challenges the advanced technology they need in order to hear better. Physician’s Hearing Care recognizes the benefits provided by Siemens hearing aids, as well as those from manufacturers, like ReSound, Unitron, Rexton and more, so we provide those who wear them with the troubleshooting, maintenance and hearing aid repair they need.

The ongoing, trusted and personalized care provided by our team is among the advantages of choosing a doctor of audiology instead of purchasing your instrument from a hearing aid dispenser, online or over-the-counter. To receive the support, encouragement and personalized care you need, the best option for better hearing and an improved quality of life comes from East Tennessee’s hearing care leader.

If you, or a loved one, has a hearing challenge or needs the expertise of one of our hearing aid technicians, use the adjacent form to contact our clinic today.

Request a Callback

The thing that holds most people back from making a decision regarding their hearing health, whether that be having a hearing assessment, investing in hearing aids, or coming to terms with a hearing loss, is often a question, a query, or the need for a professional opinion.

That’s why we’re here to help.

If you would like one of our hearing professionals to call you to answer your questions, discuss your hearing, or even to discuss a loved one’s hearing concerns, then simply complete this form and when one of our professionals has availability, they will call you on the number provided.

Don’t want to wait? Then why not call us at your nearest office

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Latest Hearing Health News

Check out our “Latest and Greatest” section where, together with hearing health professionals and industry experts, we’ll bring you everything you need to know to keep you on top of your hearing health game.
Are You Too Young to Have Hearing Aids?

Are You Too Young to Have Hearing Aids?

Hearing loss doesn't discriminate by age—it can affect anyone, from infants to seniors. If you're contemplating whether you're too young for hearing aids, this article is for you.Misconceptions About Hearing Aids There's a common misconception that hearing aids are...

read more