Latest Hearing Aids from Starkey
Starkey Livio and Livio AI
Recently, Starkey launched it’s Livio series, which includes a standard version and a version with artificial intelligence (AI). Livio AI is the world’s first hearing aid to provide both superior sound quality and the ability to track body and brain health. As the first-ever hearing device to include integrated sensors and artificial intelligence, Livio AI is a multi-purpose device that redefines what a hearing aid can do. Until the launch of Livio in 2018, there has never been a device that tracks physical activity and cognitive health, as measured by hearing aid use, in real-life situations. Many fitness tracking devices use the wrist, but the ear provides far more accurate data – in fact, it’s an ideal spot for reliable tracking, and Livio AI is the first-ever device to take advantage of that. The standard Livio devices come equipped with industry-leading technology, like direct-to-phone streaming and frequency compression. Livio uses a new feature called Hearing Reality to be effective in noisy environments, comfortable in loud settings, and quiet in quiet settings. Both versions offer rechargeable options, as well as remote programming capabilities.
Muse is Starkey’s most advanced technology that offers supreme sound quality and premium features. Muse is customized to fit your unique hearing needs and enhance your listening experience. Each Muse hearing aid is powered by Starkey’s Synergy platform which works with Acuity OS, Starkey’s new operating system. Because of this technology, Muse can simultaneously process, classify and adapt a variety of sounds, allowing for a richer, crisper hearing experience in all situations. The Synergy platform has 5x more processing power than its predecessors, and also features channel processing with up to 24 adjustment bands, a large dynamic range, and Starkey’s drop-free 900MhZ wireless technology.
Starkey Hearing Foundation
Starkey also operates the Starkey Hearing Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps give hearing devices to those in need around the world. Over the past 30-plus years, the Foundation has grown dramatically and is now working in more than 100 countries. It provides a broad range of hearing care services and hearing devices to individuals. The Foundation also has developed educational programs to train local hearing care providers to serve their communities in the future. In 2017 alone, more than 120,000 hearing aids and more than 250,000 hearing health care services were provided at no charge to people in need. Since its inception, more than 1 million hearing health care services have been provided across the globe through the Foundation’s programs.
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