ReSound Omnia vs. Phonak Audéo Lumity vs. Signia Pure Charge&Go

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Choosing the Right Hearing Aid: A Comparison of ReSound Omnia, Phonak Audéo Lumity, and Signia Pure Charge and Go

For individuals with hearing loss, choosing the right hearing aid can be a daunting task. With numerous manufacturers offering different types of hearing aids with varying features, it can be difficult to know which one to choose. In this article, we will compare three popular hearing aids: ReSound Omnia, Phonak Audéo Lumity, and Signia Pure Charge and Go.

Design and Features

All three hearing aids are RIC (receiver-in-canal) hearing aids, meaning that the receiver is in the ear and connected to the hearing aid with a small, thin cable. The Signia and Phonak hearing aids have rocker switches, while the ReSound hearing aid has a push button. The ReSound hearing aid is the longest and slimmest, while the Phonak hearing aid is the thickest. All three hearing aids have an IP68 rating, which makes them dustproof and water-resistant. The Phonak Audéo Lumity Life is nearly waterproof.

Battery Life

All three hearing aids are rechargeable, but the battery life varies. The ReSound Omnia can last for 12 hours with 100% of streaming time, making it easy to get through the day with one charge. The Signia hearing aids offer 36 hours of use and five hours of streaming, while the Phonak Audéo Lumity provides 18 hours of use without streaming. However, the Phonak hearing aid uses more energy than the ReSound and Signia hearing aids, as it uses the older classic Bluetooth protocol. As a result, it may require charging at least once a day, especially if the user streams a lot.


All three hearing aids can connect to smartphones via Bluetooth for taking phone calls and streaming audio. The ReSound and Signia devices have MFi (Made for iPhone) devices, enabling them to connect to iPhones, iPads, or Macs directly via Bluetooth. The Phonak Audéo Lumity, on the other hand, connects to any phone that has a Bluetooth protocol, allowing users to connect to up to eight different Bluetooth devices and switch between two devices at once.


Two options are available for charging hearing aids: inductive charging without any charging contacts and using an older method with charging contacts. ReSound uses inductive charging, while Signia uses charging contacts. The Phonak Audéo Lumity Life uses inductive charging, while the Phonak Audéo Lumity uses charging contacts.

Sound Quality

Understanding speech in noisy environments is essential for individuals with hearing loss. ReSound has a new beam-forming technology that provides 4.3 decibels (dB) SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio), which makes speech 4.3 dB louder than noise in noisy environments.


In summary, ReSound Omnia, Phonak Audéo Lumity, and Signia Pure Charge and Go are all excellent hearing aids with unique features. Choosing the right hearing aid will depend on the user’s specific needs, lifestyle, and preferences. It is essential to consult with a hearing professional to determine the most suitable hearing aid based on individual needs.



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