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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.

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A SayWhat Specialist will contact you to schedule an appointment with a top-rated hearing professional near you with no obligation.
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At the appointment, you will receive a free hearing test and evaluation. Our professionals carry discreet hearing solutions to fit all lifestyle activity levels.
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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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Receiver in canal

Receiver-in-canal hearing aids (RIC) are suitable for all types of hearing loss and are great if you want a smaller and more discreet device. They provide outstanding sound, are inconspicuous, and are fully automatic. The receiver (or the loudspeaker) is placed in the ear-tip instead of the housing, so sound is sent directly from the housing behind your ear through a thin wire to the receiver which sits inside the ear canal.