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CROS Pure Charge&Go X – Hear what matters with your ultimate rechargeable CROS devices

CROS Pure® Charge&Go X is a small behind-the-ear device with full Bluetooth® connectivity. Thanks to its game-changing acoustic-motion sensor technology, CROS Pure Charge&Go X understands your personal hearing environment in greater detail than ever to deliver sound precisely tailored to you.

Pure Charge&Go X
Equipped with all the benefits of the Signia Xperience platform, CROS Pure 312 X offers you a sleek design. CROS Pure 312 X also provides fully featured Bluetooth connectivity for maximum enjoyment of music, phone calls, and TV.

CROS Pure 312 X – A discreet hearing experience with direct streaming

Equipped with all the benefits of the Signia Xperience platform, CROS Pure 312 X offers you a sleek design. CROS Pure 312 X also provides fully featured Bluetooth connectivity for maximum enjoyment of music, phone calls, and TV.

Pure 312 X
The revolutionary Signia Xperience technology provides clear speech understanding and a superior hearing experience for you. For CROS Pure Charge&Go X and CROS Pure 312 X, YourSound technology with the world’s first integrated acoustic-motion sensors provides all the Xperience benefits even while moving.

Hear what matters to you with Signia Xperience

The revolutionary Signia Xperience technology provides clear speech understanding and a superior hearing experience for you. For CROS Pure Charge&Go X and CROS Pure 312 X, YourSound technology with the world’s first integrated acoustic-motion sensors provides all the Xperience benefits even while moving.

Signia Xperience

Easy control with Signia app

You can control your CROS devices discreetly via the Signia app. You can change the volume setting of your CROS device and for BiCROS fittings, you can also adjust the SpeechFocus feature.

Signia app
You can control your CROS devices discreetly via the Signia app. You can change the volume setting of your CROS device and for BiCROS fittings, you can also adjust the SpeechFocus feature.

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