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October 24, 2012

In the News You can Use category:

New York Times again.  I love that publication.  If you need hearing aids, this article is for you.  To summarize: hearing aids have gotten very complicated and sophisticated.  Most of the time, though, you don’t need complicated or sophisticated, you need basic, which usually works fine.  If you go to your ear, nose and throat doctor or your audiologist, they’ll likely charge you between $1500 and $3000 per ear for these devices.  You can get them online for half that, but beware they have to be fitted so that requires some back-and-forth mailing.  Costco is a great option if you get an experienced dispenser and reputable brand, plus their return policies are excellent.


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