As hearing care professionals, we strive to provide hearing aid users with sound quality that replicates what nature intended. Overall audibility and a natural sounding own voice are essential for first fit acceptance. Yet many hearing aid wearers do not like the sound of their own voice.
Every hearing aid wearer experiences a change in the sound of their own voice. Especially first time users and wearers with a mild or moderate hearing loss struggle with this perceived occlusion effect. Any such negative perception heavily affects acceptance and often leads to the rejection of hearing aids.
In an attempt to resolve the own voice issue, hearing care professionals can reduce gain and increase the venting, reducing audibility and speech understanding in noise. Whatever they do, the result is a compromise between sound quality and overall audibility. Until today, this widely acknowledged problem has been considered unresolvable.
From vividly discussing art after visiting a museum to enjoying the excitement of a new city with your loved ones, Signia’s Pure 312 lets you delight in the world of sound.
It combines the natural sound of your own voice perfectly with all surrounding sounds. This lets you enjoy the most natural hearing experience and highest hearing performance, even when discovering the splendor of new destinations.
Stream your favorite opera straight into your ears, discreetly adjust the volume to suit your wishes while watching a new production of a theater classic on TV or hear the fastest route to the most famous sights from your navigation app – all you need is a smartphone.