Signia Pure AX Hearing Aids

Signia's Pure 312 AX and Charge&Go AX Receiver In Canal (RIC) hearing aids are discreet and give you outstanding speech clarity.

With Signia's Pure AX range of RIC (Receiver In Canal) hearing aids you can Be Brilliant!

Whether you prefer the traditional battery powered Pure 312 AX or rechargeable Pure Charge&Go AX, you will never miss a word.

Their revolutionary Augmented Focus™ technology lets you follow conversations with ease, even in difficult listening situations, all with outstanding speech quality. Improved AX Soundscape Processing works to maintain an even more more accurate level of support at just the right moment.

Pure AX also uses advanced sensor technology that can tell if you are moving and which hearing situation you are in automatically, so you always experience the best possible sound.

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Augmented Xperience

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Augmented Speech Understanding

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AX Soundscape Processing

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HandsFree for iOS

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Rechargeable or 312 Battery

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iOS and Android Connectivity

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Signia AI Assistant

Pure Charge&Go AX chargers

The Pure Charge&Go AX can give you up to 36 hours of use, including 5 hours of streaming, from a single charge.

The Pure Portable charger (left) can recharge the hearing aids on the go so handy if you are out and about a lot. The Pure Dry&Clean charger (right), as its name implies, not only charges the hearing aids but also keeps them in peak condition using UVC drying and cleaning technology.

Pure Connectivity

Pure 312 AX and Charge&Go AX hearing aids can connect to your Android and iOS devices using Bluetooth to wirelessly stream phone calls and music to them.

For iOS users, there is also HandsFree technology so you can make and receive phone calls without having to speak into the phone.

Augmented Xperience

If you want a hearing experience like no other, with outstanding speech clarity then the Signia AX technology that is built into the Pure AX range of hearing aids is for you. This is achieved with Augmented Focus that separates the focus sound (speech) from surroundings with split processing to create a contrast between the two and making it easier to follow conversations, especially in noisier environments.

Dynamic Soundscape Processing takes sound processing to a more precise level by including motion data for a more realistic sound adapted to everyday life. There is also Own Voice Processing that separates your own voice to better optimize for conversation in difficult listening situations. To reduce annoying wind noise when out and about AX has eWindScreen, and to instantly stop loud noises and reverberation there is Auto EchoShield.

Studies have shown that, of those participating, 100% found speech understanding in their home environment to be excellent. 25% of Signia AX hearing aid wearers found that they were better than their previous ones when it came understanding speech in noise1. It was even shown that they perform better when tested in a party scenario than normal hearing.2

Signia Assistant

The Signia Assistant, part of the Signia app for Android and iOS devices, uses artificial intelligence to become your personal hearing companion. It can create settings tailored to your personal preferences for an even clearer sound and best speech comprehension in every situation. It can also answer any questions about using your hearing aids to give you confidence and control over your hearing success.

Signia TeleCare

If you can't make time for a face-to-face appointments with your bloom hearing specialist then with TeleCare you can arrange a virtual appointment, where they can assist and make adjustments to your hearing aids as if they were there!

1 Jensen, Pischel, Taylor, Schulte: Performance of Signia AX in At-Home Listening Situations (Signia White Paper, 2021)
2 Jensen, Høydal, Branda, Weber: Augmenting Speech Recognition with a New Split-processing Paradigm (Hearing Review 2021;28(6):24-27)