One of the world’s largest companies, Siemens offers solid hearing aids with leading BlueTooth applications. Siemens also owns Rexton and provides the technology for Miracle Ear hearing aids. Siemens has been producing hearing aids for over a century, for both children and adults.

Siemens Hearing Aid Manufacture

Siemans Hearing Aid Manufacture
With global headquarters in Singapore, the Siemens Audiology Group is made up of affiliates in 24 countries around the world.  Its U.S. affiliate, Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc. is based in Piscataway, N.J. and has 700 employees dedicated to manufacturing, research and development (R&D), sales, marketing, finance, and customer care.  Siemens has helped people with hearing loss for more than 130 years and is the largest, most innovative manufacturer of hearing instruments in the world.  In fact, one out of every three hearing aids being used worldwide is a Siemens.  Siemens hearing products help hearing care providers deliver personalized hearing solutions to their patients—enabling them to lead richer, fuller lives.

Siemens Hearing Aids

Siemens integrates the most innovative and advanced technologies into products that meet the widest variety of needs.  More than 70 percent of Siemens Hearing Instruments’ products are less than two years old.  Siemens is committed to creating solutions for all types and degrees of hearing loss, while fulfilling the design, function, and cosmetic preferences of each individual consumer.
Siemens serves professionals and patients with the passion to innovate and the experience to deliver. With the industry’s broadest product portfolio—including completely invisible, waterproof, rechargeable hearing aids and award-winning accessories that connect a wearer’s hearing aids wirelessly to mobile phones, TVs, MP3 players, and other media devices—and the best training, tools, and support hearing care professionals use with confidence.

Siemens produce a range of hearing instruments and products, including the Acuris, Triano and Prisma 2 devices. These hearing aids come with stylish designs, and offer the user the ability to “teach” the hearing aid the user’s individual needs. Wireless connectivity is another feature. A more traditional line has the same features, plus fashionable designs. The infant line of hearing aids has a coating to resist dirt and grease. For older children, the hearing aids have an extended frequency range, and direct audio connection to FM transmitters.