3 Best Hearing Aids Of 2019: Which Is Best For You?

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Updated on December 10, 2019

With hundreds of hearing aids on the market and costs of more than $5,000 per pair, finding the right hearing aid quickly becomes nerve wrecking.

If you just have a hard time hearing, are diagnosed with mild to moderate hearing loss and don’t suffer from any special condition (like tinnitus, etc.), the Audionexx 402BT hearing aids might be the best solution if you are looking for hearing aids for under $1000. These devices are made for mild to moderate hearing loss thus requiring no further adjustments from an audiologist and can be ordered online via the official Audionexx Website.

If you are suffering from other kinds of hearing loss there is no such thing as “the best hearing aid” but we tried our best to research the market and publish this guide together with our experts from the audiology department.

You can check out our hearing aid ranking for a quick overview or use our online tool for guidance.

> See overview or use our online tool below:

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#1

Audionexx 402 BT

Perfect for: mild to moderate hearing loss

Cost: $699 per pair currently

Comes with a smartphone app and 4 pre-programmed listening programs. Perfect for most people with hearing loss (mild to moderate).

Small & hardly noticeable design.

#2

Signia Silk

Perfect for: mild, moderate, severe hearing loss

Cost: starting at $1,998 per pair

Signia most powerful ITE hearing aids. Nearly invisible.

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#3

ReSound Quattro

Perfect for: mild, moderate, severe hearing loss

Cost: starting at $3,498 per pair

Newest ReSound technology. Rechargable, bluetooth enabled and lots of other powerful features.

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ReSound LiNX Quattro + Charger

#1 Audionexx 402BT - our top recommendation

The Audionexx 402BT Hearing Aids are perfect for mild to moderate hearing loss (200-7000Hz).

The hearing aids are hardly noticeable yet packed with powerful technology.

  • The hearing aids come with 4 pre-programmed listenting programs to optimize hearing for any environment.
  • Can easily be adjusted via the smartphone bluetooth app (for Android devices & iPhone)

Hardly visible Behind The Ear hearing aids.

The Audionexx 402BT are so small, normal people barely will take notice that you are even wearing hearing aids.

A review from Thomas W.

I was diagnosed with high frequency hearing loss. My doctor quoted me with hearing aids that were north of $4000. After some research online I discovered Audionexx. After talking with Phil whether their devices were a good fit or not I was convinced & after 3 months of using them already I can proudly say: “I made the right decision!”

#2 Signia Silk

Signia Silk hearing aids are discreet and instant-fit (don’t need to be custom made) hearing aids with an extremely high sound quality.

Signia Silk hearing aids come in a few different performance levels to suit every need and to fit different budgets. Just click “Learn More” and get a list of all Signia Silk hearing aids.

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A review from Armando A.

I appreciate your help with the Signia Silk hearing aids. They are the best I’ve tried and I really appreciate your patience and help with the fitting!

#3 ReSound Quattro

ReSound LiNX Quattro + Charger

The ReSound LinX Quattro are high-end BTE hearing aids that work perfectly for all kinds of hearing loss and can be paired with your Smartphone via bluetooth.

With its small, discreet size and long-lasting battery, you get power that lasts more than a full day – without having to fiddle with any batteries. If you do forget to charge, the portable case’s built in battery holds three full charges of power, giving you the freedom to charge anywhere.

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Hearing loss self test: Find out how severe your hearing loss is in 2 minutes

You might have Mild hearing loss if...

  • You have difficulty hearing women and children’s voices
  • You have trouble following a conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time
  • You have trouble understanding a speaker in a large room, such as a meeting place or place of worship
  • You have trouble understanding conversation in a crowded room or restaurant
  • You have difficulty hearing the TV
  • You worry about missing the doorbell or phone ringing
  • You sometimes miss words and need help “filling in the gaps”
  • You get confused about where sounds come from
  • You have difficulty understanding when someone is talking to you from another room

Best hearing aids to treat mild hearing loss:

Audionexx 402 BT
  • Small, hardly noticebable design
  • Smartphone app
  • Work right out of the box
  • Best solution for under $1000

Read review or visit audionexx.com

 

You might have Moderate hearing loss if...

  • Several items from “Moderate” are present AND…
  • You have trouble understanding someone, even in a quiet room, without looking directly at them
  • People get frustrated with you because you misunderstand what they are saying
  • Others have to raise their voice or repeat themselves for you to understand
  • It is difficult to use the telephone
  • Crowded situations make it extremely difficult to hear without hearing aids

Best hearing aids to treat moderate hearing loss:

Audionexx 402 BT
  • Small, hardly noticebable design
  • Smartphone app
  • Works right out of the box
  • Best solution for under $1000

Read review or visit audionexx.com

Signia Silk
  • Almost invisible “in-ear” design
  • Tons of sound processing features
  • Work for all kinds of hearing loss

Read review

ReSound Quattro
  • Small, hardly noticeable design
  • Tons of sound processing features
  • Work for all kinds of hearing loss
  • Rechargeable
  • Can be paired with smartphone

Read review

You might have Severe hearing loss if...

  • Several items from “Mild” & “Moderate” are present AND…
  • You have trouble noticing when a person is talking if you are not looking at them
  • You miss most conversations when not wearing hearing aids
  • Others have to raise their voices substantially in order for you to hear them
  • You struggle to or cannot talk on the telephone

Best hearing aids to treat severe hearing loss:

Signia Silk
  • Almost invisible “in-ear” design
  • Tons of sound processing features
  • Work for all kinds of hearing loss

Read review

ReSound Quattro
  • Small, hardly noticeable design
  • Tons of sound processing features
  • Work for all kinds of hearing loss
  • Rechargeable
  • Can be paired with smartphone

Read review

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