Hearing Aid Prices

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At SNAP hearing, we offer dramatic discounts on name-brand hearing aids in the comfort of your home. We understand that getting a low price means nothing if you don’t have a hearing professional to tailor your new devices to your individual preferences/needs. That is why our low prices include a hearing test, hearing aid programming/fitting, manufacturer warranty and an aftercare appointment from an Arizona licensed hearing instrument specialist.

Simply contact us to schedule a complimentary consultation. We’ll test your hearing using our state-of-the-art audiometry equipment, and review your hearing aid options.

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The hearing aid prices listed below are per ear and include a hearing test & consultation, hearing aid fitting, hearing aid programming, manufacturer warranty, and a follow up appointment for your new hearing aids – all in the comfort of your own home. Simply buy your hearing aids through SNAP hearing and receive dramatic discounts with all of the care you deserve.


GN ReSound Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
LiNX 3D 9 $2099 $3000
LiNX 3D 7 $1799 $2600
LiNX 3D 5 $1499 $2400

Oticon Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
OPN 1 $2299 $3200
OPN 2 $1899 $2800
OPN 3 $1599 $2500

Phonak Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
Audeo B 90 $1999 $2900
Audeo B 70 $1799 $2500
Audeo B 50 $1499 $2300
Audeo B 30 $1349 $2100

Signia Prices (Sivantos Group)

Product Our Price Typical Price*
Primax 7px $2099 $2800
Primax 5px $1799 $2600
Primax 3px $1499 $2400
Product Our Price Typical Price*
NX 7Nx $2099 $2800
NX 5Nx $1799 $2600
NX 3Nx $1499 $2400

Starkey Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
Halo IQ i2400 $2099 $2900
Halo IQ i2000 $1799 $2600
Halo IQ i1600 $1499 $2300
Muse i2400 $2099 $2900
Muse i2000 $1799 $2600
Muse i1600 $1499 $2300

Unitron Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
Moxi PRO* $1999 $2800
Moxi 800* $1749 $2600
Moxi 700* $1549 $2400
Moxi 600* $1449 $2200
Moxi 500* $1349 $2100
*add rechargeable system for $100 per hearing aid

Widex Prices

Product Our Price Typical Price*
Beyond 440 $1949 $2800
Beyond 330 $1699 $2500
Beyond 220 $1449 $2300

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Hearing Aid Styles & Brands

Hearing Aid Styles

There are several hearing aid styles, categorized by the way the hearing aids are worn, whether behind the ear or customized to fit inside the ear. Depending on the make and model, many hearing aid styles can treat many degrees of hearing loss from mild to profound. Based on the configuration and degree of your hearing loss, we’ll work with you to determine the best fit for you. Below are the many hearing aid styles available.

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Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids are made of two main parts. The electronic components of the hearing aid are housed in a plastic piece that rests behind the ear, while a thin, clear plastic tube, through which sound travels, rests in the canal. BTE hearing aids are excellent for people with dexterity issues, as they are easy to control. They may be inconvenient for people who wear glasses, as they rest on the ear.
Receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids look like BTE hearing aids, with the microphone and amplifier behind the ear. The difference is that the receiver (the piece that receives sound information) rests in the canal, rather than behind the ear. Rather than a thin plastic tube, RIC hearing aids have thin electric wires in the tube. RIC hearing aids are easy to control, while like BTE hearing aids, they may be inconvenient for people who wear glasses.
In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids come in many different forms. The most common ones are full shell or half shell hearing aids, which sit on the open face of the ear. These hearing aids are more visible than BTE and RIC hearing aids, and they are more difficult to control because of their smaller size. However, ITE hearing aids are convenient for people who wear glasses.
In-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids are a form of ITE hearing aids. These are quite small and are inserted within the ear canal (partially or completely – see below). They are equipped with directional microphones and volume control. One downside is a tendency to produce feedback, if not fitted correctly. ITC hearing aids are recommended for people who wear glasses.
Completely-in-canal (CIC) and invisible-in-canal (IIC) hearing aids fit deeper in the ear canal than ITC hearing aids. In many cases, they may need to be placed by your hearing instrument specialist. They are mostly invisible and their placement means there is no feedback noise. CIC and IIC hearing aids treat a range of hearing loss, usually from mild to severe hearing loss, depending on the brand. They are valued for their discreet design. On the other hand, they may be difficult to maneuver when replacing batteries, which have a shorter life than the above styles.

Hearing Aid Brand Information

ReSound Hearing Aids

ReSound is known for their innovative LiNX 3D Made for iPhone hearing aid, one of the world’s first hearing aids designed specifically to connect to smartphones. This design opens up a world of accessibility for LiNX 3D wearers, allowing them control and access of their hearing aids via iPhone and geo-tag functions. ReSound also offers the ENZO2 for people who experience severe to profound hearing loss, with a stronger sound signal and improved amplification. (TOP)

Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak is a Swiss manufacturer with a brand new hearing aid: the Audeo B Direct. It offers full connectivity with Android and IOS devices, allowing Android users a seamless listening experience. Audio B Direct wearers experience fully automatic listening features which make adjustments based on the wearer’s environment. Audio B Direct, as well as other Phonak hearing aids, are powered by Belong, an ultra-fast processing platform, as well as the AutoSense Operating System (OS). Phonak hearing aids powered by AutoSense OS offer excellent features, such as 60% improved speech understanding by zooming in on preferred voices in noisy environments and 10% improvement in soft-speech understanding. (TOP)

Signia Hearing Aids (Sivantos Group)

Signia Primax is the most advanced hearing instrument to date from Sivantos Group, parent group to leading manufacturer Siemens. Primax is the first hearing aid family from Signia. Primax offers wearers better hearing than those with normal hearing in challenging listening environments. It also has been clinically-proven to reduce listening effort throughout the day. Primax hearing aids are available in receiver-in-canal, behind-the-ear, or in-the-ear wearing styles. (TOP)

Starkey Hearing Aids

Starkey Hearing Technologies has developed some of the most advanced hearing devices available today. Their Halo IQ Made for iPhone hearing aid won the 2015 Silver Edison Award. Muse Made for Life hearing aid, which is powered by a new Synergy platform, offers enhanced speech recognition, comfort in noise, a high-quality music listening experience, and ultra-high definition audio experience in everyday situations. Starkey hearing aids are available in many styles to treat many different degrees of hearing loss. (TOP)

Unitron Hearing Aids

Unitron offers hearing aids in three models: Stride, Moxi, and Max. Each hearing aid model is available in different technology levels, which offers focused personalization for different degrees of hearing loss. The levels are: Premium, Advanced, Mid-Range, and Entry. The models differ in the style they are worn and the features they offer Unitron’s TrueFit software allows hearing professionals to tailor Unitron hearing aids to their clients’ specific needs. (TOP)

Widex Hearing Aids

Widex hearing aids are known for their legendary “Widex Sound,” which provides the wearer with a rich listening experience that reflects the world around them. In 2012, Widex received the European Inventor Award for their advancements to hearing devices. Based on research and innovation, Widex hearing aids provide wearers with true-to-life, natural sounds – the Widex Sound. Widex offers several families of hearing aids: Unique, Super, and Dream. All three are powerful devices that are designed to be used by people who are new to hearing aids and to seasoned wearers. (TOP)

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