- Published on 12 August 2022
Oticon has announced the launch of a new range of custom hearing aids. The highlights? The brand's smallest custom design to date, and all the power, speed, and features of the Polaris platform.
- Published on 17 June 2022
Rechargeable and street-stylish, the new ReSound Custom hearing aid has a planned regulatory and global roll-out date of June 29, 2022. It confirms GN Hearing's faith in the attraction of the earbud form factor.
- Published on 31 May 2022
Promising 19% more battery life and nine more hours of wireless streaming, new RAYOVAC battery technology announced at last September’s EUHA Congress is now shipping. The major battery producer - part of Energizer Holdings - is rolling out its Sound Fusion technology upgrade in size 312, 10, and 13 hearing aid batteries, with shipping underway to the company’s Pro Line and Extra customers as from June 1, 2022.
- Published on 06 May 2022
Pure 312 AX is the new kid on Signia's Augmented Xperience block. This hearing aid has an RIC design and uses Zn-Air batteries that last for up to four days, boasting direct streaming to Android and iOS devices.
- Published on 26 April 2022
Phonak has today, April 26, announced a package of additions to its Paradise family, making a bold spring statement on the importance in hearing devices of lifestyle and fashion.
- Published on 29 March 2022
VARTA, the German energy technology company, will give its newest hearing aid batteries their first public showcasing on March 30 at this year's AAA Conference 2022 and HearTech Expo, in St. Louis, USA.
- Published on 28 February 2022
The Switzerland-based hearing aid brand, Phonak, has announced that its Paradise technology is now available in a range of intriguing Virto custom-made hearing aids, including Virto P Black, a fully-connected in-the-ear (ITE) device that resembles a modern earbud.
- Published on 15 February 2022
Child hearing aids
A new paediatric platform that is designed to develop as children grow is behind Oticon's latest launch, Play PX, hearing aids based on providing the young user to access to the entire sound scene in any environment while controlling noise.
- Published on 05 February 2022
Users of Oticon hearing aids built on the Polaris platform technology will be able to enjoy hands-free communication using iPhone and iPad. In addition to streaming audio from iPhone and iPad, the Oticon More family can be used as a wireless headset so that users can speak hands-free on calls.