Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed,
Who we are
We’re a hearing health technology company delivering high-quality personalised audio to people like you. We were founded by doctors and are now supported by a team of audiologists, engineers and musicians. In a nutshell, the Audeara team is a passionate bunch of people who care about giving you the tools to make the most of life’s moments.
We’re on a mission
Our vision is a world where all people use a personalised sound experience to help live their best life.
We care about listening equity and supporting healthy hearing, educating people like you about preserving and protecting the hearing you have, so you can enjoy the things that matter.
Audeara is for everyone
Everyone hears differently, and your left ear is different to your right. Just like prescription glasses, Audeara’s personalised sound provides clarity and depth that can’t be achieved with generic headphones. You’ll hear sounds you didn’t know were there!
Audeara’s technology and over-ear comfort means our headphones are also suitable for cochlear implant and hearing aid wearers.
Healthy Hearing Partners
Audeara is proud to collaborate with recognised Australian partners to raise awareness about hearing health and transform the lives of everyday people.
Dr James Fielding, CEO started this journey as a junior doctor seeing patients struggle to get hearing tests. In exploring this issue and an endeavour to develop an accessible hearing test, he unlocked a passion to solve an even greater problem. Around the same time, he watched his grandfather refuse to get help with his declining hearing and subsequently his ability to engage with the world.
What started out as accessible hearing test software, turned into a way to change sound output via a set of headphones. It turns out that changing sound so it’s suited to an individual hearing profile makes a HUGE difference to an overall listening experience.
The software has evolved to provide listeners with a simple understanding of their hearing, which can be performed in the comfort of their own home. This provides an objective measure of how they compare to other people, so they can then make informed choices about their lifestyle or need to see a hearing health professional.