Hearing Healthcare Centre are the exclusive providers of Audibel Hearing Aids in Cambridge, Newmarket and Saffron Walden. Audibel (Official Website), powered by Starkey, are an American hearing aid manufacturer with a strong reputation for manufacturing premium, top quality, custom-made hearing aids and hearing solutions.
Established in 2000 as a society of like-minded audiologists, Audibel, (much like AIHHP) was a group of independent hearing aid dispensers and audiologists who felt the need for exemplary care, offering personalised solutions rather than bulk-buy, off-the-shelf products.
In 2000, the group approached Starkey Laboratories and a partnership was formed. With the sophisticated technology of Starkey, and the patient-centric ethos of Audibel, the hearing aid group was formed. This partnership has continued to flourish, and is proud of its high-end technology that’s equipped with state-of-the-art features, suitable for clients who are looking for great performance, unique sound, and lots of fine-tuning.
Range of Products
Audibel offer a range of products, including; Receiver in the Ear (RITE), Behind the Ear (BTE) and custom In the Ear (ITE) hearing aids. Audible also has access to some brilliant wireless solutions, such as wireless microphones and media streamers.
Audibel were one of the first companies to launch made for iPhone hearing aids, and whilst it may seems like a small improvement, their latest hearing aids have included a ‘speech confirmation’ when changing programs. Another little improvement, which highlights their attention to customer feedback.
At Hearing Healthcare Centre, we have regional exclusivity to the Audibel brand!
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