Along with the launch of Xperience comes the slogan; ‘Hear what matters to you'. Once hearing this you know that this new platform will enhance and help you take in all the moments that really count. Quite an exciting prospect, right? Due to a world where we never stop moving and are constantly communicating on the go – the demand is greater for our hearing aids to keep up.
Hearing aids, in general, have always found adapting to atmospheric changes rather a hard challenge to face. Hearing situations can be relatively easy and then, all of a sudden, be completely inaudible. Being on the go means that we are walking into various types of sound and noise levels. You can be relaxing in a quiet coffee house to being in the hustle and bustle of public transport. You and your hearing situation is constantly changing.
Past hearing aids have only been able to take in data and make a guesstimate as to what environment the wearer is within. Focusing in on what is in front of you or zooming in on what surrounds you. Signia Xperience never guesses as it provides you with both together. You get clarity of speech wherever you are, especially when you are on the go. So, ultimately, you never miss a beat and can enjoy a great quality of hearing.
These aids are packed with all kinds of innovative Signia technology to provide you with this level of hearing. Their YourSound feature, which is powered by their exclusive acoustic-motion sensors is the showstopper here. This analyses a larger scope of sound and understands how hearing is influenced by everyday movement.
So, what does this mean for you? Using the built-in motion sensors, the hearing aids can evaluate sounds and store this data to provide you with a natural sound whatever you are doing. There is an array of other clever additions to the acoustic sensors, that support this innovative platform. A few of them being sound localisation, own voice detection and signal-to-noise ratio.
In summary, all this extra data about the wearer's specific sound atmosphere, the rainbow of surrounding sound evolves, develops more detail and comes into fruition.
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