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Signia Student University Event to take Place Aug 2-6

The program is free to register for all students in audiology doctorate programs, “immersing them in in-depth, interactive sessions and empowering them with knowledge and insights as they prepare for careers in the hearing care industry,” according to Signia.

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Signia Active Pro Hearing Aids Receive If Design Award

Signia Active Pro are “specifically tailored to each individual wearer, whereas basic hearables boost all sound.” The company says “that can mean the difference between treating mild hearing loss effectively and developing more serious hearing loss.”

Signia Launches Pure Charge&Go X Hearing Aid

Pure Charge&Go X is a receiver-in-canal (RIC) device that includes “the world’s first acoustic-motion sensors,” according to the company’s announcement. Since a hearing aid wearer’s sound environment can change suddenly, this technology can reportedly adapt to changes in their soundscape and detect when the wearer is in motion, responding automatically to “deliver natural and personalized sound from any direction, in any situation—even when moving.”

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Signia Styletto Receives 2019 iF Gold Design Award

The iF jury, consisting of 67 international and independent design experts, stated that Styletto “is an important and empowering device [with] a strong, bold design. The appearance of this hearing aid communicates a strikingly positive and confident identity. The clarity of execution and the outstanding combination of materials for each element is overtly impressive.”

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Closing the Open Fitting: An Effective Method to Optimize Speech Understanding

Choosing a closed hearing aid coupling system can positively effect speech understanding in background noise—although, for some patients, at the sacrifice of own-voice sound quality. However, new systems like Signia Own Voice Processing (OVP) are making it possible to “get the best of both worlds.” The mean SNR additional benefit for a closed fitting in this study was 3 dB, and as much as 5 dB for some participants. With as much as 17% improvement in speech understanding for each 1 dB of SNR improvement, this can represent a magnitude sufficient to be able to change a patient’s socialization activities.

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Merger between Widex and Sivantos Receives Final Clearance from European Commission

The newly created company will be a global leader with a presence in more than 125 markets, combined revenues of more than EUR 1.7 billion (about $1.92 billion USD) and more than 10,000 employees worldwide. All Widex and Sivantos brands will continue to operate with separate sales forces and organizations following the combination.

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