With the Silk Charge & Go IX, Signia has introduced the first in-ear hearing aid with IX-Technology, a technology that provides you with clear speech understanding and maximum discretion anywhere. In this article, you'll learn how this nearly invisible hearing aid brings joy and ease to lively conversations.
Social interaction has a significant impact on relationships with others and often requires good hearing, especially in group conversations, which the precious moments you share with loved ones and other people often demand good hearing. Whether in meetings with coworkers, leisure activities like group hikes, or joyful family gatherings in the garden, good hearing is essential to actively participate in conversations. Simple hearing aids may quickly reach their limits in dynamic and noisy conversation situations. This is where the innovative IX-Technology (Integrated Experience) comes into play, as it was developed to make conversations more vibrant and real-time. Here's how the new IX-Technology works:
With the Silk Charge & Go IX, Signia sets a milestone in the world of hearing aids, making it easy to master complex hearing situations. Imagine you're at a bustling street festival, enjoying time with your fellow humans. You laugh, chat, and want to capture every word and every laugh in full.
At the same time, loud fairground music and cheering crowds fill your ears. This could pose a challenge for your listening experience, but with the Signia Silk Charge & Go IX hearing aid, you remain in control of your listening environment. Thanks to dynamic noise suppression, you experience effortless real-time conversations and can enjoy every detail of your interactions.
The Silk Charge & Go IX impresses with groundbreaking technology, as this model is the world's first nearly invisible in-ear hearing aid that can be easily recharged.
This hearing aid boasts an impressive battery life of up to 24 hours. It can be effortlessly charged overnight, allowing you to start the next day with full power in your ears. In between, you can recharge your Signia Silk Charge & Go in just 30 minutes to gain an additional 5 hours of battery life, ideal for spontaneous outings. Additionally, the mobile charger can fully recharge your hearing aids four times before needing its own recharge. It's the perfect hearing aid accessory for travelers. In total, with these rechargeable hearing aids, you can enjoy carefree listening for up to 5 days, saving you the hassle of changing the hearing aid battery, which often requires delicate handling.
With this in-ear hearing aid, you get maximum discretion, the latest technology, and a comfortable wearing experience. Look forward to the future of hearing and test the Signia Silk Charge & Go IX for free in your daily life!
In addition to the Silk Charge & Go IX, Signia presents its brand-new behind-the-ear hearing aids: the Signia Pure Charge & Go IX. These new Signia hearing aids are not only powerful but also offer a comfortable wearing experience and a wide range of features. Thanks to IX-Technology and real-time conversation improvement, they enable you to effortlessly participate in conversations in any situation.
The Signia Pure Charge & Go IX is also a rechargeable hearing aid with a runtime of up to 24 hours, including 5 hours of Bluetooth streaming. This hearing aid does not sit directly in the ear canal like the in-ear version but discreetly nestles behind the ear. With a wide range of colors to choose from, you can select the model color that matches your hair or eyeglass frame.
The new Silk Charge & Go IX hearing aid from Signia is a true masterpiece of hearing aid technology. They provide a natural listening experience and bring joy and ease back to your conversations. Whether you find yourself in bustling street festivals, family gatherings, or other challenging environments, these hearing aids allow you to enjoy the world in all its sonic richness. Start the free trial and experience unforgettable moments with all your senses!
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