Before you choose a product from our range, you need to provide us with a recent comprehensive hearing test. If you don’t have one, we can refer you to one of our trusted partner audiology clinics. More about our process for buying hearing aids online. To select our product range, we consulted leading audiologists and researched what people like when it comes to hearing aids. We also made a decision to only offer the best technology available today. If you’ve been making do with old technology, updating to a Hearing Heroes product could be life changing. Our products are organised into three categories – premium, advanced and value – based on their number of frequency channels, capacity for speech and music optimisation, number of directional microphones, and environment management and noise control capabilities. Prices range from $3,500 to $7,500 a pair.
Starkey Muse iQ i2400, i2000, i1600 and i1200
Designed for invisibility and easy use, Starkey Muse iQ rechargeable hearing aids are some of the smallest, wireless-enabled hearing aids available today. They provide high-definition sound quality, personalisation and many other features that contribute to the best-possible hearing experience. See the Starkey Muse iQ range.
Starkey Halo iQ i2400, i2000 and i1600
These hearing aids are iPhone compatible, so you won’t need an accessory device for wireless linking between your phone and your hearing aids. As you’d expect from Starkey, these hearing aids have advanced technology that optimises hearing in complex listening environments. See the Starkey Halo iQ range.
ReSound LiNX 3D 5, 7 and 9
These hearing aids have a ‘3D’ quality, so you won’t have to turn your head to hear the person speaking to you. You’ll also have the ability to fine-tune your hearing aids for optimum hearing in specific situations, such as crowded concerts or parties, from a convenient phone app. See the ReSound LiNX 3D range.
Why we only sell receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids
Receiver-in-canal (RIC) is the most popular style of hearing aid in the world, because they are easy to fit, perform brilliantly and are almost invisible when you’re wearing them. They are sometimes called RITE (receiver in the ear) hearing aids.
The unit behind the ear contains the power supply, microphones and processor, while the receiver (speaker) sits in your ear canal. The two pieces are connected by a slender wire.
RIC devices are known for their reliability and low maintenance. They also let you avoid that ‘plugged up’ feeling that comes with other types of hearing aid, because the ear canal remains open.
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