Unitron hearing aids


Since 40 years, Unitron Hearing aids has been committed to bettering the lives of the hearing impaired. Unitron Hearing's history of service and expertise, combined with our state-of-the-art facilities, place the Company among the global leaders in the hearing healthcare industry for hearing aid technology and service. Unitron Hearing is actively involved in research and development, conducting in-house research and collaborating with scientists and engineers at respected universities and labs around the world to develop new hearing solutions that incorporate leading-edge technology. The comprehensive digital hearing aid line-up is just one important indication of our growing role as a choice provider of high-quality, accessible solutions for people in all walks. Unitron Hearing is headquartered in Kitcheners, Ontario, Canada, with operations in Canada, the United States and Germany and a global network of distributors. The Company employs 650 people and serves customers in more than 50 countries around the world. It commits to provide the highest levels of quality and service begins with 90,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in Plymouth, Minnesota. A rigorous quality measures have been built in, quickly, efficiently and accurately to respond to the needs and address the service requirements.


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Unitron has extensive product lines of digital hearing aids available in a variety of model types for all levels of hearing impairment. Their digital product lines include: Liaison, Conversa and Unison. Liaison is a fully automatic hearing aid that has a real time feedback canceller and an automatic wind noise canceller, and the devices in the Liaison series can be programmed to choose sound through a noise reduction system. Liaison is available in behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), in-the-canal (ITC) and completely-in-the-canal (CIC) models. Conversa is available in many style types and has many interesting features including Clear Call, a patented technology that increases all aspects of phone conversations, as well as Clear Path, which detects speech and voices while minimizing disruptive background noise.

Conclusion

Unitron Hearing U.S. is an ISO registered custom manufacturing facility. The team pays close attention to your individual order from the shell lab through assembly to final computerized quality testing. The Unitron Hearing regional sales manager is your face-to-face resource for learning about new product innovations, while our inside sales representatives provide over-the-phone support. Unitron Hearing U.S. supports hearing healthcare professionals throughout the United States with a dedicated organization of manufacturing, sales, marketing, service and technical experts. People Concerned with Hearing Loss, provides comprehensive, accessible hearing loss and support information at your convenience. You will find resources and information on hearing, hearing loss, the different types and styles of hearing instruments, and Unitron Hearing product information. You can also read testimonials to learn more about the experiences of people that currently wear Unitron Hearing instruments.

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