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The first step to better hearing is to visit an audiologist or hearing professional.

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Schedule a free appointment to measure your ability to hear sounds and to distinguish speech from background noise.
Three Free Fittings
If your audiologist recommends hearing aids, take advantage of three free fittings to get them properly adjusted.
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We know you will typically need about 30 days to test the functionality of your devices in the various places you frequent.

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The first step to better hearing is to visit an audiologist or hearing professional.

We provide nationwide service and will find a professional near you.

Fill out the form
A SayWhat Specialist will contact you to schedule an appointment with a top-rated hearing professional near you with no obligation.
Get a hearing evaluation
At the appointment, you will receive a free hearing test and evaluation. Our professionals carry discreet hearing solutions to fit all lifestyle activity levels.
Risk-free trial period
If you require hearing aids, you will benefit from a risk-free trial period and three free fittings. Your hearing aid trial includes a full refund if you're not satisfied.

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Sounds of Life

Join the conversation with the latest hearing aid technology. Today's models are designed to make life easier with hi-definition audio, noise filtration, speech-enhancement, and wireless connectivity to your smartphone.

In the ear

In-the-ear hearing aids (ITE) are suitable for most types of hearing loss. They are made to the exact dimensions of your ear and come in a variety of small sizes. The smallest are virtually invisible and are a perfect choice if you want a very discreet solution. The shell of the hearing aid is custom-made to fit the shape of your ear and contains all vital electronics. Because of their small size, some features such as telecoil and wireless capabilities may or may not fit into the hearing aid.