Unitron Hearing Aids
Unitron Hearing Aids St Louis
Founded in 1964, Unitron is headquartered in the Waterloo region of Ontario, also known as “Canada’s Silicon Valley.” Linked with the Sonova Group, a global provider of hearing instruments, Unitron manufactures hearing aids utilizing years of research and collaboration. With 20 international offices and 50 international partners, Unitron distributes their hearing aids in 45 countries worldwide and also supports community efforts such as the Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss and Hear the World Foundation. Unitron is just one of the hearing instrument manufacturers that we provide at our hearing centers in St Louis.
Unitron’s latest innovation is the North Platform, a fast and effective processing platform. North provides Unitron hearing aid wearers with clearer sound signals and sound quality. With the SoundNav automatic program, wearers receive more precise classifications of sound environments, four of which are focused on conversation: conversation in quiet, in a small group, in a crowd, and in noise. With a 101 decibel dynamic range, Unitron hearing aid wearers experience a full range of sounds without distortion. In addition to SoundNav, Speech Zone 2 and Sound Conductor features work in conjunction to give Unitron hearing aid wearers a natural sound experience.
Unitron Hearing Devices
The North Platform is the foundation of Unitron’s hearing aid families: Moxi, Stride, and Max.
Unitron’s newest hearing aid is the Moxi Now, considered the world’s smallest receiver-in-canal hearing aid. Moxi Now hearing aids have a long battery life and a discreet design. It features Speech Zone 2, which focuses microphones to speech from any direction; Binaural Spatial Processing, which simulates natural binaural hearing between two hearing aids to determine the direction from which a sound comes; SoundNav; Sound Conductor, which balances speech understanding and comfort with natural sound quality; and Automatic Adaptation Manager, which allows wearers to transition comfortably between environments.
Stride hearing aids are available in both behind-the-ear and in-the-ear styles. Known for its excellent speech recognition and focus in conversations, Stride hearing aids drastically improve the experience of listening to speech in various environments. These are binaural hearing aids, which means audio data is shared between the two hearing aids to simulate a natural listening experience.
For people who experience severe to profound hearing loss, Unitron offers the Max hearing aid. The Max is a behind-the-ear hearing device with enhanced speech intelligibility and a long battery life. It is available in three technology levels to treat the nuances of higher levels of hearing loss. Coupled with a long battery life and sleek design, the Max is also equipped to deal with water and extreme elements.
TrueFit Software and Flex
Unitron’s TrueFit software is an interactive experience which empowers hearing aid wearers to play an active role in their listening experience. TrueFit software logs data from the wearer’s listening experience, which is then reviewed by a hearing aid specialist. With this information, hearing aid specialists are able to make the appropriate adjustments to sound and fit for the hearing aid wearer.
The Flex program allows wearers to “test drive” Unitron hearing aids. The trial basis forms the foundation of the Log It All TrueFit data archive. According surveys, 84% of Flex customers believe that the trial experience improves their own experience with hearing aids; 83% of Flex customers report an increase in the number of patients purchasing Unitron hearing aids; and 82% of Flex customers report that the trial period helps to fit higher technology levels to hearing needs.