// Hearing Aid Manufacturers

If you are thinking about buying a hearing aid, it’s good to do a bit of market research to find out what’s available. After all, hearing aids are expensive items and you want to do everything you can to make sure you purchase the right one for you.

When you visit a hearing aid vendor / audiologist they will surely recommend certain makes and models to you. With a bit of market knowledge you will be better placed to ask why a certain aid is being recommended or why they don’t think another model is a good choice.

Below is a list of the big-name hearing aid manufacturers, the hearing aids they produce and some links to sites for more info.


Bernafon offers the full range of digital hearing solutions. Starting from the entry-level all the way up to the Premium Level, Bernafon always has the appropriate solution for you.

GN ReSound

GN ReSound is a technology leader in the global hearing instrument market and is one of several divisions of GN Great Nordic.


Oticon is owned by William Demant Holding, a charitable trust that develops, manufactures and sells products and equipment designed to aid the hearing and communication of individuals.


Phonak UK based in Warrington specialise in the Sales and Marketing, Audiology and Education, and the Servicing and Repair of hearing instruments throughout the UK and Ireland. Offers a complete range of digital hearing instruments, and state of the art FM communication systems, we offer the complete communication package for hearing impaired people.


Puretone are manufacturers of quality analogue and digital hearing systems, tinnitus management devices, noise protection, musician monitors and audiology equipment for hearing professionals.


Siemens has been developing audiology technology for more than 125 years. They offer hearing systems for almost every type of hearing loss and in every price and performance class.

Sonic Innovations

SONIC innovations offers a variety of digital hearing aid products that are designed to meet your individual hearing needs.


Starkey Laboratories is the world’s leading manufacturer of custom hearing instruments with 38 facilities in 23 countries throughout North America, Central America, Europe, Asia and Australia, and a workforce of over 4,000.


Unitron Hearing employs 550 people and serves customers in more than 50 countries around the world. Unitron Hearing is actively involved in research and development, and has a comprehensive range of digital hearing aids.