Our customers love the convenience of rechargeable hearing aids. Our rechargeable devices don’t require batteries, which saves you the headache of constantly purchasing replacements. However, rechargeable devices do require cleaning and maintenance to continue performing well.
Hearing Aid Technology
You've probably seen advertisements for very low-priced personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) online or in your local pharmacy. However, we want to stress that there are differences between sound amplifiers and hearing aids, and those differences are important to your hearing health.
Hearing aids range in price from as low as $10 to as high as $8,000 if you go to a local provider. The difference in prices is due to cost to seller, the hearing aid model, and the hearing aid's features.
Among the most frequent complaints voiced by hearing aid users are that noise is amplified too much and that certain sounds become too loud to bear. Let's take a look at why this happens.
Many agree that hearing aids are expensive. In fact, high hearing aid costs are often what prevent hearing impaired individuals from seeking treatment. In the following, we’ll address if the price of a hearing aid truly reflects quality, as well as what to look for when purchasing hearing aids.
One of the questions we get asked most often is to explain the difference between analog and digital hearing aids. Here, we will explain the differences between the two.
The question of how hearing aids actually work comes up frequently. Essentially, a hearing aid takes a sound and amplifies it before sending it to the ear. To explain the process more clearly, we created a graphic.
Could getting new hearing aids from Advanced Affordable Hearing be as simple as buying a pair from Walmart.com? The answer is yes! You can order your hearing aids on Walmart.com and enjoy all the benefits of better hearing (with a low price)!