Hearing Aid Manufacturers


Founded in Ontario’s Waterloo region (also known as “Canada’s Silicon Valley”) in 1964, Unitron is an international hearing aid brand committed to make life better for people who experience hearing loss. Unitron hearing devices are designed based on decades of research and ongoing collaborations with hearing professionals and consumers. Committed to all aspects of hearing loss, Unitron supports community efforts such as the Hear the World Foundation and the Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss.
Unitron hearing devices are equipped with incredibly fast processing systems, a sleek and discreet silhouette, and excellent listening features that are user-friendly. The most popular model is the Moxi All, and Unitron offers much more to treat different degrees of hearing loss. To learn more about Unitron’s latest hearing aid models, visit their website

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Founded in Denmark in 1956, Widex is a well-respected brand with decades of research under its belt. For their contributions to hearing technology, such as developing the first digital in-the-ear hearing device and advancements in wireless features, Widex received the European Inventor Award in 2012. With the goal to provide their wearers with unlimited access to the world of sound, Widex is best known for their trademark “Widex Sound,” which captures the full spectrum of sound in any environment, from the softest whisper to a speaker in a crowd.

Widex hearing devices have been called “sleek micro-computers for your ears,” and it’s no surprise why. Their diverse hearing aid models are designed to capture true-to-life sound, with a fast processing platform that ensures a seamless listening experience. Widex is also known for their ZEN Tinnitus Therapy program, a product designed to tackle the frustrations of tinnitus through technology and therapy.

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Widex’s newest model of hearing aid is EVOKE, which joins an illustrious catalog of well-designed devices. Learn more about Widex at their website.
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Oticon is one of the world’s oldest hearing aid manufacturers, founded in Denmark in 1904. Hans Demant wanted to find a solution for his hearing-impaired wife and was inspired by the hearing technology of the era. This is the root of Oticon’s mission, “People first.” With a focus on innovation and design, Oticon hearing devices aim “to empower people to communicate freely, interact naturally, and participate actively.” With a deep understanding of the science behind hearing loss, Oticon introduced the groundbreaking BrainHearing Technology, which consists of four elements to support the brain in the listening process.

Oticon’s newest hearing aid is the Opn (pronounced “open”), a brand-new way to hear. Unlike other hearing devices, Opn provides wearers with an open sound solution. Rather than a narrow cone of focus on sound in an environment, Opn opens up the wearer’s listening experience by capturing the full spectrum of sounds in any given environment. This empowers the brain to focus on what it wants to hear. With an ultra-fast processing platform and excellent features inspired by BrainHearing Technology, focusing on speech and spatial sound clarity, Opn is an excellent choice for active lifestyles.

To learn about Opn and other Oticon offerings, visit their website.

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With the mission to reconnect people to their loved ones and their passions in life, Phonak was founded in Switzerland in 1947. As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hearing instruments, Phonak focuses on three main goals in their hearing aid research, design, and development: collaboration with hearing professionals to gain more insight and knowledge; pursuing innovative solutions to hearing loss; and connecting with the people they serve to improve their products for real world settings.

One of Phonak’s major contributions to the field of hearing is their insistence on shattering taboos around hearing loss on a cultural level. The company has often stated that they will not rest in their work until “wearing a hearing aid is as simple and routine as eyeglasses or contact lenses.” This philosophy drives their product design, creating user-friendly and accessible products that adapt well to people from all walks of life.

Phonak’s newest models offer breakthrough rechargeable technology, as found in the Audeo B-R. Along with the Audeo B-R, other Phonak models are equipped with excellent features that provide automatic adjustment to sound in any environment and improved speech recognition. To learn more about Phonak’s hearing devices, visit their website.

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