Audio Servicehearing aids
Our sense of hearing is a basic human need that affects everything we do. We rely on our hearing to communicate with loved ones, and even more importantly, to warn us of oncoming danger. The declared aim of the Westphalian hearing aid manufacturer, Audio Service, is to help people with hearing loss enjoy life at the right volume. Audio Service’s focus is on customer service, entrepreneurship, and innovation. With these values in mind, Audio Service is committed to providing high-quality hearing aids for people experiencing signs of hearing loss.
The information below is a brief overview of Audio Service hearing aids and their features. To find out if we currently carry Audio Service hearing aids, feel free to give us a call. We would be glad to help you with all your hearing needs.
From specialist for In-the-ear hearing aids to global enterprise
In the late 1970s, the hearing-system specialist Horst Peter Kühne found a company in Germany that we now know as Audio Service. During a visit to America, Kühne learned about the advantages associated with in-the-ear hearing aids. When he returned to Germany, he set out to start his own company specializing in the production of in-the-ear hearing aids. It only took a few years for Audio Service to outgrow their facilities, so the company moved to Herford. Roughly after a decade of its existence, the production operation expanded to include behind-the-ear hearing aids. After this expansion, a large number of innovations followed like protective and acoustic filters in the 1990s, and special coatings to repel dirt and bacteria in the early 2000s. Today, Audio Service ranks among the largest manufacturers of hearing aids and related accessories.
Audio Service v/s Other manufacturers
Audio Service is a high quality brand giving competition to other big brand manufacturers such as Phonak, ReSound and Oticon. Audio Service products provide the same level of technology, in some cases even more advanced technology than their competitors. The products are competitively priced and customers have rated them as high quality hearing systems that support them completely. You can buy their hearing aids in the same way as other manufacturers. You would need to book an appointment with the Audiologist who would then conduct a hearing test, followed by the fitting of hearing aids. Most audiologists offer Audio Service so you can easily get them, just let your ear specialist know when they are recommending devices so they order devices of your choice.