Rated 4.5 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by peachclan333 Great Hearing Aid better than a the $1,000 units Had purchase and tried a $1,000 hearing aid that was recommended and then tried this unit. I am very happy with the results of this unit. Sound quality is great! Love the volume control, the other more expensive only gave my 4 pre-set options this Simplicity unit give me so much more. The customer service has also been the best! Thanks Bobby for all your help and expertise. 04/15/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by ricknielsen6 Works very well for the price. Worth buying if you're on a budget with no health insurance. Helped my hearing about 85% 07/21/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Zippy75 Works Great For Me I'm a musician and a first-time hearing aid user. I had a hearing test a couple weeks ago at a local audiologist, who confirmed what I already knew-- that I had lost a lot of high-end hearing-- but I also found that my hearing below about 2.5 kHz was pretty normal. That means I have a hard time hearing percussion instruments in recordings-- i.e. cymbals and tambourines-- but more importantly I have a hard time hearing consonants, especially in women's voices. I couldn't tell the difference between words like "fit" and "sit". In her office, the audiologist fitted me to a pair of high-end digital hearing aids costing $3,700 a pair. As soon as I heard how tinny they sounded, I knew that there was no way I was going to live with those. I do believe that there is a trade-off between what's best for conversation vs. what's best for things like music, but when I saw these high-fidelity hearing aids advertised I knew I had to try them. So far, they're outstanding. I now hear all the things in music that I've been missing, and I can even use headphones without a problem. I haven't had the chance to try them in a REALLY noisy environment yet, but I have been in a bar trying to hold a conversation while several people nearby were speaking loudly, and the background noise was not the real problem I expected. My father has expensive digital hearing aids and is always complaining about background noise. Indeed, when I was trying the expensive digital samples in the audiologist's office, the phone rang in the next room and it was shrill and sounded like it was RIGHT next to me. I don't have that problem with this analog hearing aid. Those digital aids seem to really accentuate the highs, which is why they sound so tinny, but some people have no choice I suppose. I suspect that these analog aids are probably not suitable for people with severe hearing loss, but for those like me with just high-end hearing loss, I have nothing but praise. I bought only one to start as I was not sure whether I would prefer this model or the less expensive Siimplicity digital model-- but after wearing this for three days I'm sold on it and will be ordering one for the other ear asap. 09/11/2014