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Pure 312 Nx hearing aids from Signia.
The smallest solution for a natural sounding own voice and direct streaming.

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REPLICATING NATURE.

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Silk Nx

The smallest and most natural sounding ready-to-wear hearing aids.

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Insio Nx

The smallest hearing aids with natural sound quality.

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Pure Charge&Go Nx

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Pure 10 Nx

Better hearing made completely discreet and simple.

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Pure 312 Nx

The smallest solution for a natural sounding own voice and direct streaming.

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Pure 13 Nx

Strong performers for a natural sounding own voice and the longest streaming time.

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Motion 13 Nx

The flexible fit for a natural sounding own voice and direct streaming.

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Top 5 Loudest Animals: Land Mammal Edition

The animal kingdom is full of diverse creatures that differ greatly from head to tail. But it’s not just physical traits that set them apart—their voices are just as distinct. Learn more about the loudest land mammals on the planet.

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The Noise Spectrum: Sounds You Didn’t Know Damage Your Hearing

Hearing is an important part of everyday life, yet most people don’t realize when they are damaging their ears. Causes of hearing loss include infections, aging, and brain injury, but one of the most common is noise exposure. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) can develop after one occurrence of extreme noise exposure or after listening to very loud sounds over time. Everyone has tiny hair cells in their inner ear (cochlea) that vibrate and send an electric signal to the auditory nerve, allowing you to hear. Different groups of hair cells interpret different sound frequencies. Over time, if enough of these hair cells are damaged or broken, hearing loss results.

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