Audiology Equipment - Hearing Aids
 

Selected specialist companies and manufacturers that deal exclusively with audiology equipment are given in this section of the World Audiology Resources website. The Audiology Discussions forum on this website may also be of interest as it includes specialist areas on - equipment & technical - testing & diagnostics - as well as a noticeboard, where used equipment is listed. If you are an audiology company wishing to be added to our online directory of equipment manufacturers and suppliers please read this.

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Hearing Aid Manufacturers

The following are manufacturers of hearing aids.

  • Audio Controle 
    Audio Controle produce the wide range of ACI analogue and digital hearing aids, including the Harmony, Solo, Duo, Vivo, Eligo and Maestro.
     
  • Beltone
    Beltone, a part of GN Resound, produces a range of hearing aids, including the Corus, Mira and Edge.

  • Bernafon 
    Bernafon produces a wide range of hearing aids, including the Symbio XT, Smile Plus, Neo, Flair, Win, Audioflex, Opus2 and Lexis.

  • Coselgi 
    Coselgi, of Italy, produce a range of hearing aids, including various in-the-ear, behind-the-ear and eye glass models. (Content in Italian and English)

  • Dicton
    Dicton produce various hearing instruments, including CROS, BI-CROS and various intra canal modules (K-amp, Class-A, Class-D).

  • Electone
    Electone produce a wide range of hearing instruments, such as various product lines with a variety of digital, programmable and conventional circuits. This is a division of division of Siemens Hearing Instruments.

  • Elkon
    In addition to supplying products from other manufacturers, Elkon of India produce their own range of hearing aids and audiometers for the Indian market. (India)

  • General Hearing Instruments 
    General Hearing manufactures a wide range of hearing aids, including open-ear, ready-to-wear, soft technology and high fidelity digital.

  • GN Resound 
    GN Resound produce a range of hearing instruments, including the Canta, ResoundAiR, NewTone Plus and Aventa fitting software.

  • Hansaton 
    Hansaton hearing systems of Germany produce digital instruments such as the Leonardo, Premio, Vital, Activo and Junior ranges of hearing aids.

  • Interton 
    Interton is a German manufacturer that produces a wide range of hearing instruments, including the Bionic that has artificial intelligence and the WirelessCROS that allows wireless signal transmission from one ear to the other.

  • Persona Medical
    Persona Medical produces a range of hearing aids, including the Claret, Monet, EVõK and Olé.

  • Oticon 
    Oticon produce a wide range of hearing instruments, including the Syncro, Adapto, Tego, Atlas, Go, Sumo and Swift.

  • Phonak 
    Phonak produce a wide range of digital and analogue hearing devices and products. This includes the Savia digital range.

  • Puretone
    Puretone manufacture a range of hearing instruments, including the small Ultra CIC 2010, custom digital and the ESP II digitally programmable devices.

  • Rexton
    Rexon produce a wide variety of BTE and custom ITE digital and analogue hearing devices.

  • Rion 
    In addition to their other audiological equipment, Rion of Japan produce a wide range of hearing instruments.

  • Siemens
    Siemens produce a range of hearing instruments and products, including the Acuris, Triano and Prisma 2 devices.

  • SONIC innovations
    SONIC innovations produces digital hearing aids and hearing aid components, such as the Natura 2 SE and the Altair.

  • Sonovation
    Sonovation produce digital hearing instruments, such as the Nano Xp, ImpaCt Xp and the Logicom Xp.

  • Starkey Laboratories
    Starkey Laboratories produces a wide range of digital and analogue hearing instruments. These include the DaVinci PxP and other digital instruments that contain Precision Audio Imaging and Precision Directional Imaging technologies.

  • Unitron Hearing
    Unitron Hearing offers a feature-rich comprehensive digital product line, as well as programmable and analogue hearing instruments.

  • Widex
    Widex produces a range of digital hear instruments, including the élan, Senso, Bravo and A-series ranges.


The links provided on this page have been all tested at the time of listing. However, due to the dynamic nature of the Internet, links do change and disappear. Please let us know if any of the above links no longer work, or if you think some others should be added. Manufacturers and companies wishing to submit a listing for addition please view our guidelines for this.

 

 

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Other Areas of Interest on this Website

Another area of which may be of interest on this website is the Hearing Aids Forum - a specialist area on the Audiology Discussions forum, containing discussions about hearing aids (digital or analog), including bone anchored hearing aids (BAHA).

 

 



 
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