Starkey Hearing Aids
Starkey hearing aids are on the leading edge of research and development. Starkey is known for their feedback reduction, allowing their hearing aids to provide sufficient amplification for more severe hearing losses without that annoying squeal from feedback. Starkey also has an exceptional manufacturing lab, making them an ideal choice for custom hearing aids and earmolds. They pioneered the invisible in the ear (IIC) style of hearing aid, and have developed the first touch screen remote control with Bluetooth streaming integration.
The Muse hearing aids are built on Starkey’s new Synergy platform, featuring a quad-core processor and dual compression streams. The Muse hearing aid has the processing power to analyze your environment to determine where sound is coming from, separate speech from background noise, isolate music, and then compare the input from one hearing aid to the other before producing and delivering the processed sound to your ear. It delivers crystal clear, intelligible speech and bright, warm music, no matter what is going on around you. It’s a discreet, comfortable package that can be customized to fit your ear, and color options to blend in with virtually any hair color.
With the 2014 launch of the Halo, Starkey added iPhone connectivity to their hearing aids. The Halo2 expands upon the technology of the original Halo. Powered by their Synergy platform with five times the processing capacity of previous hearing aids. Halo2 delivers top-of-the-line noise reduction, automatic environment awareness and separate music processing, providing the brightest, clearest sound available from any hearing aids.
Combining the original SoundLens shell with the Synergy circuit, Starkey has doubled the processing capacity and added a wireless antenna to create the smallest, most invisible wireless hearing aids in the industry. Starkey has earned a reputation for having the best custom shell lab in the hearing aid industry, delivering excellent, comfortable fit providing a comfortable, with no feedback. SoundLens can be made with a standard or a power speaker, accommodating hearing loss from mild to profound, invisibly and wirelessly.