Our premium-level AGX Hearing technology is designed for individuals with active lifestyles whose listening environments include frequent background noise.
Active lifestyles often feature a variety of video and audio entertainment, frequent restaurant dining, sporting events, outdoor activities, demanding workplace listening environments, group participation, family gatherings, shopping in crowded venues, and church activities.
By combining patented features that you won’t find anywhere else, our premium-level AGX Hearing technology, AGX9, overcomes many of the limitations faced by more conventional hearing aids and creates a more natural sound experience.
Noise is unavoidable, but it shouldn’t be overwhelming. The AGX9’s noise-reduction technology reduces distracting background noise that makes it difficult to communicate using less advanced hearing aids.
Taking hearing in noise to a new dimension, the AGX9 combines the best ideas in directionality to help you recognize where important sound is coming from and to help you focus on that sound without the distraction of ambient noise. Directionality is especially helpful when trying to understand speech, because it can emphasize the sounds originating in front of you (usually the speaker) while de-emphasizing those originating from the side or behind you (background noise).
Your AGX9 hearing system will monitor your listening environments continuously, detect and analyze changes, and adapt to new conditions within milliseconds. All this helps to ensure that you don’t miss any important communication.
A Natural-Sounding Voice
People wearing hearing technology frequently comment that their voice sounds unnatural — as though they are “talking in a barrel.” This experience is normal when using hearing aids; however, it shouldn’t be distracting while trying to communicate. The AGX9 allows the professional at your AudigyCertified™ practice to make external and internal changes to your hearing system to improve the sound of your own voice. AGX9 offers several unique tools, including voice management, low-frequency adjustments, and open vents to create a more natural sound experience.
Feedback cancellation ensures proper amplification of the sounds you want to hear without the annoyance of a whistle or squeal, which can distract you and those around you.