Sonic Hearing Aids

Founding: 1991 in Utah by Dr. Thomas Stockham, Dr. Douglas Chabries, and Dr. Carver Mead as Sonix Technologies, Inc.

Technology Roots:

  • Dr. Thomas Stockham, a pioneer of digital recording, is considered a master of digitizing and processing sound.
  • Dr. Douglas Chabries designed Navy sonar systems and developed algorithms that simulated how the human ear and brain process sound.
  • Dr. Carver Mead is the father of microelectronics. He reduced a bench-top prototype to a single tiny chip.

Historical Highlights:

  • In 1996, Sonix changed its name to Sonic Innovations, Inc.
  • The first Sonic hearing aid was produced in 1998 with the Natura computer chip.
  • In 2000, Sonic Innovation, Inc. introduced noise reduction.
  • The “adesso” instant-fit hearing aid was introduced in March 2002.
  • In 2010, Sonic merged with the Demant A/S Group.

Other Brand Names in Demant A/S Group: Bernafon, Oticon, and Phillips

Manufacturer’s Warranty: 2 years

Most Recent Innovations: Radiant Processor

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Processing Technology and Features

Sonic’s 4S philosophy: “Sound that is natural, Speech understanding in noise, Simplicity in everything we do, and Style that stands out” are features of hearing aids produced by Sonic.

Sonic launched their brand with digital signal processing (DSP) technology in place. Building upon this established technology, Sonic developed the Natura computer chip, which helped hearing aid wearers to distinguish between conversations and background noise by using nine-channel digital processing.

A major advantage of Sonic hearing aids is in the fitting process by allowing the hearing care provider to program in half-octave increments, making it possible for Sonic hearing aid wearers to enjoy a higher level of sound clarity that meets their user-specific hearing loss challenges.

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Additional Key Features:

  • Choice of all hearing aid styles, including Mini BTE
  • Learning Capability
  • Preset Sound Profiles
  • Directional Mics
  • Digital Noise Reduction
  • Digital Feedback Reduction
  • Bluetooth & Internet Connectivity
  • Telecoil
  • Tinnitus Maskers
  • Wind Noise Reduction
  • SoundLink Connect for feedback of your hearing aid experience for real-time fitting, programming, and adjustment support from wherever you happen to be

Patient-Focused Hearing Aid Repair by Hearing & Balance Clinics

If you have hearing challenges, Sonic hearing aids are among the advanced technology solutions that can help you hear better and improve your quality of life.

Hearing & Balance Clinics recognizes the value of all prescription hearing aids to the individuals who use them, so you can count on troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair support for Sonic hearing aids as well as those from Starkey, Unitron, Widex, and more.

The ongoing, trusted, and personalized care you have available to you at our hearing care clinics throughout Northeast Georgia allows you to get the very best performance from your hearing aids so you can continue to reap their benefits for years to come.

If you or someone you know is struggling with their hearing or needing help from one of our hearing aid specialists, then use the adjacent form to contact the Watkinsville, Loganville, or Lavonia clinic nearest you.

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Meet Your Team

Dr. G'Anne Thomas, Owner and Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Owner, Clinical Audiologist

Dr. Nathan K. Griffin, Doctor of Audiology at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Partner, Clinical Audiologist

Taylor Halberg, Clinical Resident at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Clinical Resident

Amber Miller, Director of Operations & Patient Care Coordinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

Director of Operations & Patient Care

Patient Care Coordinator

Nicole Beecham, Patient Care Coordinator At Hearing & Balance Clinics

Patient Care Coordinator

Jessica Waite, Insurance Coordinator at Hearing & Balance Clinics

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