X Series

Everything you want, and then some

Sleek and modern outside, loaded with world-class technology inside, X Series™ hearing aids deliver the benefits you want and expect from Starkey.

Want to hear better in noise? X Series is specifically designed to improve speech understanding in noisy environments and make listening easier no matter where you are.

Want a hearing aid that no one else can see? X Series delivers — from SoundLens™, the world’s first custom, invisible* and completely digital hearing aid, to Xino™, one that hides virtually undetectable behind your ear.

Whether you’re searching for your first hearing aid, or are looking to upgrade to newer and better technology, X Series marks the solution that’s right for you.

Talk to us to see if X Series hearing aids are right for you.

X Series Features:
Voice iQ² Designed to maintain speech understanding in noisy environments, and reduce listening effort*.
Pure Wave Feedback Eliminator Virtually eliminates buzzing and whistling.
InVision Directionality Enhances Voice iQ² by pinpointing sounds you want to hear and minimizing those you don’t.
Automatic Telephone Can detect when you are on the phone and adjust settings for optimal listening.
Music & Television Processing Automatically adjusts to the preset music and TV listening settings most comfortable for you.
T² Remote Control Lets you adjust memory modes or volume via any touch tone phone.
HydraShield®² Makes your hearing aids resistant to water, wax, oils, sweat, humidity and corrosion.
Sweep™ Technology Lets you adjust memory or volume with a simple touch of your finger. Available on select styles.
Spectral iQ Replicates hard-to-hear high frequency sounds in lower frequencies, designed to enhance and expand audibility.
Self Learning Gradually and automatically learns your volume control preferences, requiring fewer manual adjustments.
Convenient Intuitive Features Automatic voice and tone indicators tell you the status of your hearing aid and your hearing aid battery.
*Sarampalis, A., Kalluri, S., Edwards, B., Hafter, E. (2009). Objective measures of listening effort: Effects of background noise and noise reduction. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 52, 1230-1240.