Sivantos Hearing Aids

The foundational history of Sivantos hearing aids is shared by several hearing aid manufacturers that trace their roots back to Werner von Siemens, a telegraphic instrument manufacturer whose amplified telephone receiver from 1877 is considered the first hearing aid in history.

The first Siemens hearing devices sold as Sivantos hearing aids were the Phonophor, sold before World War II, followed by a behind-the-ear (BTE) device called the Auriculette, made of small, lightweight components that fit together in a single unit. The company’s first in-the-ear (ITE) device was the Siretta 339, released in 1966. These early successes allowed Sivantos to capture the European, North American, and Asian markets prior to the 1970s.

In the 21st century, Sivantos accelerated the development of smart products and applications with practical and convenient benefits for people struggling with hearing challenges, which includes technologies like Binax. The WS Audiology Group, established out of a merger of Sivantos and Widex in 2019, combined the innovative foundations of both companies, making them a premier large-scale, worldwide hearing aid manufacturing partnership.

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Processing Technology by Sivantos

In order to mimic binaural hearing, Sivantos uses Binax processing technology, which involves the use of E2e wireless technology and eight microphones (four per hearing aid) to share and balance incoming sound data between the wearer’s two hearing aids.

To solve issues of sound quality and speech clarity, Binax uses Narrow Directionality, Spatial Speech Focus, eWindScreen binaural, and High Definition Sound Resolution to deliver a fuller, more natural sound picture.

Multiple Style's of a Sivantos Hearing Aid Model

Features of Sivantos Hearing Aids

  • Wide range of RIC, CIC, and BTE hearing aid styles with the Binax platform in both instant fit and custom formed configurations
  • Easy manual adjustment
  • Smartphone connectivity
  • Bluetooth streaming for an enhanced music or audio experience
  • The TeleCare app, used with a smartphone, tablet, or PC, allows hearing aid wearers to stay up-to-date with their hearing care provider or the manufacturer for ongoing troubleshooting, counseling, support, and programming assistance without the necessity of an in-office consultation.

West Coast Hearing and Balance Center’s Patient-Focused Hearing Care

Many people believe that better hearing is all about the technology you use to address your hearing challenges. In reality, advanced prescription hearing aids from Sivantos are tools we use to improve your hearing, but the more important part of achieving a lifetime of better hearing is partnering with the right team of audiologists.

For over 20 years, West Coast Hearing and Balance Center has partnered with thousands of individuals in Thousand Oaks, CA, and nearby communities to offer the highest level of hearing healthcare, with meticulous best practices to accurately diagnose their hearing challenges as well as start an ongoing journey that includes better hearing, reconnecting with loved ones, and enjoying a more active and independent lifestyle.

Providing each patient with the best possible outcomes to address their unique hearing needs, preferences, and lifestyle has helped us earn the trust of individuals, organizations, and physicians throughout Ventura County. By partnering with major hearing aid manufacturers like Sivantos, Starkey, Unitron, Widex, and more, we’re able to provide our patients with a variety of hearing technology solutions from which to choose.

If advanced technology hearing aids are the best solution to overcome your hearing challenges and help you achieve better hearing, use the adjacent form to contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our hearing aid experts in the Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Oxnard, or Camarillo, CA, center nearest you.

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If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment.

A hearing assessment at West Coast Hearing and Balance Center is quick, non-invasive and we’ll be able to share the results with you immediately.

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