Signia has been able to build on advanced hearing aid technology, such as the Binax hearing aid platform that replicates the effects of binaural hearing. This enables the hearing aid wearer to benefit from hearing in both ears that outperforms normal hearing in challenging noise environments. Signia has subsequently launched several hearing aids on the primax platform, including the Signia Silk primax, the world’s first ready-to-wear, custom completely-in-canal (CIC) hearing aid that becomes invisible when worn.
The Silk hearing aid is available in three technology levels: 3px, 5px, and 7px (offering the highest performance). It is suitable for people with mild to moderate hearing loss and is a comfortable and discreet hearing aid that fits almost every ear. The most significant feature of the Signia Silk hearing aids range is its small size, which makes them almost invisible when placed in the ear. Despite their size, Signia Silk hearing aids do not lack any of the technology you will find in Signia’s other devices. With its soft-silicon Click Sleeves that mould to the shape of your ear canal, the Silk enables hearing aid users to avoid the traditional custom-fitting process and you can take the hearing aids home immediately.
Signia offers high-end features across its hearing aids, including its Silk range. At the core of the Silk devices is Signia’s Xperience Technology, a platform that Signia has designed to power its range of features, which include:
The Signia Silk works with a variety of accessories and apps to boost your listening experience, including:
The Signia Silk price varies depending on which technology level you choose and where you purchase your hearing aids. However, you can expect to pay upwards from £2,495 per pair. Your hearing care professional will be able to give you more information about Silk hearing aid prices and which performance level you would most benefit from.
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