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Siemens latest hearing aids use a new way of processing and programming. It is called Binax, and according to Siemens is “clinically proven by two independent studies to give hearing aid wearers better speech recognition in cocktail party situations than people with normal hearing.”

The binax processing platform builds upon the e2e (for ear to ear) wireless communication between hearing aids that Siemens developed in 2004. Siemens was the first company to use this way of having two hearing aids work together to get the best hearing ability in a variety of listening environments. Siemens new e2e 3.0 works well because each aid has two microphones, so 4 microphones altogether, to process sound in real time. Siemens says the binax processing with 4 microphones allow for users to have High Definition Sound Resolution (HDSR), which will emulate the “benefits of natural binaural hearing: better clarity, richer sound and exceptional speech recognition.”

There are three parts to the Binax processing: smartSound, smartAdapt, and smartConnect.

There are some other benefits to the Binax processing, such as:

Narrow Directionality: This when the two aids focus on the person in front of you. This is very effective in hearing one person, but is not so good when there are multiple conversations. You have to concentrate on the person you are trying to hear and look directly at them.

Spatial Speech Focus: When conversations are going on around you, the aids will automatically focus on the dominant speech source, no matter which direction it is coming from. This is part of the smartAdapt aspect of the binax processing. Noise reduction processing is also activated at this time.

eWindscreen Binaural: When it is windy, hearing conversations can be especially difficult. With eWindscreen Binaural the aids will stream audio from the aid with better sound quality to the other one, resulting in better speech comprehension in noise.

The premium level is the 7bx. This aid has a rocker switch that can be programmed either as a volume control or a program changer, or both. Usually people are fit with an aid in each ear. This enables one aid’s switch to be used as a volume control and another to change programs. Programs are used to give the hearing aid wearer more options in different listening environments. For example, you would have a main program to hear in most listening environments, and perhaps another to reduce noise or listen to music.

The 7 bx has, in addition to the helpful processing features mentioned above, several other aspects that are useful, such as:

Extended Bandwidth: The frequency response of the 7bx goes all the way out to 12000 Hz. This allows for more speech information and better sound quality. In addition, the 7 bx has High Resolution Speech Focus.

Sound Smoothing - This helps when there are sudden high frequency sounds, such as dishes clattering, without sacrificing certain areas of speech. So, it will compress those sounds immediately without reducing the speech you want to hear. According to Siemens, the effectiveness of SoundSmoothing is improved because of the superior frequency resolution offered by 48 channels.

The midlevel version of the Binax line is 5 bx. It has many of the same features as the 7 bx, except for the extended bandwidth (it goes out to 8000 Hz. instead of 120000 Hz.). It also doesn’t have Directional Speech Enhancement and has 32 frequency channels instead of 48. However, it is an excellent hearing aid and is almost like the 7 bx, but less expensive.

The basic version of the binax is the 3bx. This is similar to the 5bx, but with less bandwidth and fewer extra programs to choose from.

Learn which Siemens hearing aids and accessories are right for you!

Browse the selections below to see what Siemens offers. If you would like more information, Contact Dann Hearing or visit Siemens.com.

Siemens Pure Hearing Aid

Siemens Pure behind-the-ear hearing aid is fully-featured and discreet. Moisture and water resistant with tinnitus relief. Connects to all your devices. [ more ]


Siemens Motion Hearing Aid

Siemens Motion® behind-the-ear hearing aid is the solution for virtually any ear, any age and any hearing loss. [ more ]


Siemens Aquaris Hearing Aid

Siemens Aquaris behind-the-ear hearing aid lets sound in, keeps the elements out. Waterproof, sweat proof, dust proof, shock resistant. [ more ]


Siemens Nitro Custom Hearing Aid

Siemens Nitro custom hearing aid is a powerful in-the-ear solution for severe to profound hearing loss. [ more ]


Siemens Insio Hearing Aid

Siemens Insio hearing aid is a customized hearing solution that offers clear and natural sound without that muffled effect. You'll probably forget that you're wearing it. [ more ]


Siemens miniTek Hearing Aid Remote

Siemens miniTek® hearing aid remote wirelessly connects audio devices—phones, TVs, MP3 players, and more—to your hearing aids. [ more ]


Siemens easyTek Hearing Aid Remote

Like the miniTek, the Siemens easyTek is a small remote that is worn around the neck. It is able to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth, and can be paired up to several different Bluetooth enabled devices. [ more ]




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