Signia Pure Nx – a revolutionary approach to improving sound quality
Signia has packed a lot into this new line of hearing aids. With built in Bluetooth, you can control everything right from your Smartphone, stream TV directly to your hearing aids, or hear every word that your tour guide has to say, even if you are at the back of the group. But the biggest advancement is their ability to provide a natural sounding own voice for the first time.
Hear the sound of your own voice as nature intended
By being able to learn and detect your voice, the new Signia Nx hearing aids offer an industry first in creating a more natural sounding own voice.
These new hearing aids are able to avoid over amplifying the sound of your own voice, while providing enough amplification for surrounding sounds. This lets you enjoy the most natural listening experience and highest hearing performance.
Now Available in Four Different Sizes
Pure 13 Nx – Offering the longest streaming time of any direct to Smartphone products on the market, the Pure 13 Nx is the best solution for those who are often connected with their Smartphone or TV.
Pure 312 Nx – The standard solution for a natural sounding own voice, the Pure 312 Nx sits unobtrusively behind your ear. This model still provides all of the functionally of the Pure 13 Nx with the ability to directly stream TV volume and connect with your Smartphone. With a smaller battery, it is ideal for people who won’t be streaming audio quite as often.
Pure 10 Nx – The smallest solution with all of the Nx features. This model uses a number 10 battery which allows it to be considerably smaller than the others. This model is best for mild to moderate losses for those who won’t be streaming very much.
Pure Charge&Go – All of the benefits of the Signia Nx platform in a rechargeable solution. Click here to learn more about the Pure Charge&Go.
3D Classifier – How Smartphones can make our hearing aids even smarter
Signia’s 3D Classifier connects with your Smartphone, and uses its built in accelerometer. This then tells the hearing aids when you are moving in your environment and allows it to adapt to how you are hearing. Here is an example of how you might want to hear differently in these two very similar scenarios.
- Sitting at a noisy restaurant table with a friend – because of the background noise, the hearing aid will go into a directional focus so that you are hearing your friend’s voice better than all of the surrounding sounds.
- Getting up and walking out of the restaurant – It is the same noisy environment that it was when you were sitting still, but as you walk, the hearing system senses your movement and will provide you with more of the surrounding sounds. So when the waiter calls out from behind to let you know that you forgot your coat on the back of your chair, you will be able to hear them.