Free trial of modern hearing aids in Malaysia


Since university, Dr. Marco Vietor and Paul Crusius have been creating successful businesses. They now lead, the fastest growing hearing aid company in the world. This is their story.

To be honest, only few people are willing to wear hearing aids. Although there have been huge breakthroughs in technology, most people will not use them just because they are still large and ugly. However, Dr. Marco Vietor and Paul Crusius hope to change this perception with a revolutionary device developed by Signia’s top hearing aid engineers.

After years of research and development, the engineer team of Signia (formerly Siemens) proposed a game-changing hearing aid.

Result: This kind of hearing aid combines cutting-edge technology with cutting-edge design and disappears completely in the ear. It’s called the Silk Nx by Signia.

Silk Nx is almost invisible and can sit comfortably inside your ears. In fact, many users say that people cannot even tell that they are wearing hearing aids.

Future high-tech hearing aids

This Silk Nx has a smart phone connection function that allows you to control the device with iPhone or Android.

In addition, the new device uses a unique algorithm that has been clinically proven to be better than normal hearing. You will find that even in a noisy environment (such as a busy restaurant), you can clearly understand the voice, thus significantly improving your ability.

Dr. Vietor expressed satisfaction with the work of Signia engineers: “We can now provide amazing voice clarity and smartphone connectivity in a design that is almost invisible, and at a reasonable price!”

Signia Silk Nx does not look like other hearing aids. It provides the best voice clarity and smartphone connectivity.

Going forward: offer free trial program. It allows our customers to try hearing aids for 1 week, from the comfort of their home, 100% free!

Participation conditions apply:

  • Over the age of 50
  • Living in Malaysia
  • Struggling with speech understanding

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