Sivantos presents Ace/Pure/Motion/Insio primax hearing aids

AudiologyNOW! Conference, April 13-16 in Phoenix, Arizona

New premium hearing aids

• Four model series with the new primax technology
• In-the-ear as well as behind-the-ear hearing aids
• Better hearing, easier understanding

At the “AudiologyNOW!” conference of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) in Phoenix, USA, Sivantos is presenting its four hearing aid model series Ace, Pure, Motion and Insio with the primax technology also introduced there. The new hearing aids are the first that will be available under the newly established brand Signia.

Due to its numerous innovations, the primax technology has been proven to reduce the hearing effort by simplifying the all-important understanding of speech in many, also difficult everyday hearing situations. In addition, it takes listening to music to a whole new level. Listening and understanding is much more pleasant and relaxed.

All new hearing aids with primax technology are suitable for people with light to severe hearing loss. The behind-the ear devices Ace, Pure and Motion are obtainable in up to 15 different colors or color combinations. The in-the-ear hearing aids of the Insio family are available in five different skin colors and - depending on the model - also with deep red or pearl white shell.

An overview of the new hearing aid model series:

• Ace primax – for maximum discretion

Ace is the smallest Signia behind-the-ear hearing aid. It has a tinnitus noiser and can be controlled remotely and discretely via smartphone. The volume and programs can be changed with the iOS and Android app touchControl. Further it is also dust and moisture resistant (IP 67 rated).

• Pure primax – for highest demands

Pure is particularly suitable for hearing impaired persons who want very small hearing aids with top features. Pure hearing aids are equipped with the technology e2e wireless 3.0, which enables binaural data processing. In addition, one can use the accessory easyTek to connect to other communication and entertainment devices via Bluetooth. They can be operated remotely, are IP 67 rated, equipped with a tinnitus function and rechargeable.

• Motion primax – for the most flexibility

Motion hearing aids are available in different sizes and types for various requirements. They combine the newest technologies, such as e2e wireless 3.0, with comfortable hearing, wearing and operation. Motion hearing aids can be operated remotely, contain a tinnitus noiser, are IP 67 rated, and - in some models - rechargeable with the eCharger charging station. The Motion SA version can also be equipped with an audio shoe.

• Insio primax – Technology in miniature format

The smallest Signia hearing aids at present discreetly disappear in the ear and are called Insio. Available in the IIC, CIC, ICT and ITE design, all are custom-made. Insio hearing aids can also be operated remotely and have a tinnitus noiser. Even the very small CIC version - the only hearing aid in the world with this design - offers binaural directionality.

More information about Signia hearing aids with primax technology can be found at www.signia-pro.com.

About the Sivantos Group

The business operations of the former Siemens AG hearing aid division have been combined into the Sivantos Group since early 2015. Sivantos can look back on more than 130 years of German engineering and countless global innovations. Today Sivantos is one of the leading hearing aid manufacturers worldwide. With its more than 5,000 employees, the group recorded revenues of 835 million euros in the fiscal year 2014/2015 and an operating profit (EBITDA with normalizations) of 206 million euros. Sivantos’ international sales organization supplies hearing care specialists and sales partners in more than 120 countries. Particularly high value is placed on product development. Sivantos aims to become the market leader in the coming years with its brands Signia, Siemens, Audio Service, Rexton, A&M, HearUSA and audibene. The owners of Sivantos are the anchor investors EQT along with the Strüngmann family as a co-investor. Sivantos GmbH is a Trademark Licensee of Siemens AG. More information can be found at www.sivantos.com

I like the way they are still touting about the Siemens name for the organisation. Nothing like saying: we’ve been going about a year now, but we REALLY don’t know what’s going to happen when the Siemens training wheels come off.

Maybe I should buy a set now while they still come with training wheels? :slight_smile:

No mention of the Aquaris. I wonder if it’s going to fall into the abyss…