HEARING AID BRANDS AND STYLES


Finding the right hearing aid for your lifestyle can be a challenge. We make it easy for you. Let us guide you through the process of finding the best hearing aids for you. We make recommendations based on your unique hearing loss, your lifestyle, and the level of technology you desire.  We carry a full line of major manufacturers products to guarantee that are completely satisfied with your choice in hearing aids.

Gulf Gate Hearing Aid Center in Sarasota offers Sales, Repairs and Programming on almost all makes and models including popular brands such as:


STARKEY HEARING AIDS

Starkey is the only major manufacturer of hearing aids that is owned and operated in the United States. Owned by Bill Austin, they also run the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which gives hearing aids to people around the globe. Their newest innovation is the Starkey Halo made for iPhone hearing aid. The Starkey Halo allows for seamless streaming of phone calls and audio from your smartphone to your hearing system. Their hearing aids also feature tinnitus and frequency compression to help with some of the more challenging aspects of hearing loss.

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SIEMENS HEARING AIDS

Siemens is a German manufacturer of many products, including the Siemens Binax. Binax Hearing Aids have been shown to provide excellent hearing in noisy listening environments. Their parent company, Sivantos, has recently released a new line of premium hearing products, called the Signia Primax. These new products boast effortless listening and enhanced wireless capabilities.

RESOUND HEARING AIDS

ReSound focuses on the user experience meaning their hearing aids are a sort of “go anywhere” devices. A special “nano coating” protects the hearing aid inner workings from moisture, perspiration, humidity and dirt. They promote their devices as being able to capture a natural listening experience for the wearer. ReSound’s Surround Sound captures speech as well as background noise and processes it, so you can follow coversations but still get a natural listening experience with background sounds. ReSound hearing aids offer direct streaming from many other devices. Their line of hearing aids features contemporary, simple designs that are discreet, but still have accessible controls.

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SIGNIA HEARING AIDS

Signia is one of the hearing aid and accessories lines owned by the Sivantos Group. The company has been developing hearing devices for 140 years and since it began marketing globally in 2016 it has become one of the top three hearing aid companies in the world. Signia prides itself on developing and distributing some of the most innovative hearing aids and accessories. Its state-of-the art hearing devices, accessories and apps work to preserve the natural hearing experience. Signia is part of the Sivantos Group. Sivantos can trace its roots back to the 1800s when a founder was developing better telephone receivers.

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OTICON HEARING AIDS

Oticon is another Danish manufacturer of hearing aids. They have long been known for making high-end, quality hearing systems with a focus on natural sound. Their most current premium products, Alta and Alta Pro, expand upon previous generations of technology. With advanced personalization features and BrainHearing technology, the Oticon Alta is a great hearing system for most hearing losses.

PHONAK HEARING AIDS

Phonak hearing aids, available in receiver-in-canal, behind-the-ear, and in-the-ear styles, are equipped with a fast and powerful processing system called Venture, which clearly and crisply receives and amplifies sounds. Phonak hearing aids are sleek in design and have a long battery life. Perhaps the most innovative feature of Phonak hearing aids is the SoundRecover, uses frequency compression to help people hear high frequency sounds that they haven’t heard in years.

WIDEX HEARING AIDS

A Danish hearing aid manufacturer, with over 50 years of experience. Widex was the first manufacturer to produce a fully digital hearing aid with wireless technology, which drastically improves the way sound is processed within the device. Winner of the 2012 European Inventor Award, Widex continues their research and development into capturing and amplifying true-to-life sounds to provide wearers with a seamless listening experience. Widex hearing aid models, Unique, Super, and Dream, treat a range of degrees of hearing loss.