Half Price Hearing is a hearing aid clinic in Perth that offers professional hearing aids, hearing tests and fitting services. Our independent hearing clinic is conveniently located in Claremont, Perth less than 10 minutes drive from the City. Combining affordable hearing aids and exceptional clinical care is what Half Price Hearing is all about. Are you searching “hearing aids Perth”?, give us a call and speak to our experienced audiologists who will treat your matter both personally and professionally. There’s also a brief hearing aids comparison amongst brands to give you an idea of their main features.
Half Price Hearing aims to providing best prices for a hearing aids including; Starkey, Oticon, Phonak, Widex, Siemens, Resound, Unitron and more. For further information on hearing aids or our services, check out our FAQ.
Our audiologists are experienced at identifying, diagnosing, treating and observing disorders associated with the ear. A hearing screen test can be used to come to a quick conclusion as to whether you have hearing loss or whether you are at risk. An audiological evaluation can then be carried out to determine certain specifications of the type, extent and composition of the hearing loss.
We will examine your history, ear drums, provide a detailed explanation of your results. The correct device needs to be selected as well as be professionally fitted for a successful hearing aid fitting. An accurate fitting will provide optimal amplification so you can most benefit from your hearing aid as well as increasing the likely hood of a comfortable and trouble free experience.
Hearing aids vary in price depending on the services that you require and the chosen hearing aid device. It’s best to speak to our hearing specialists at Half Price Hearing for a better idea on how much hearing aids cost. Contact usvia phone or email today.
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There are five main types of hearing aids, each a different shape, designed to sit in a different place on your ear:
Behind the ear (BTE): easy to maintain, suitable for any level of hearing loss. These are the most commonly used.
In the ear (ITE), in the canal (ITC) or the smallest type – completely in the canal (CIC): suited to mild or moderate levels of hearing loss.
Body-worn hearing aids can benefit people with profound hearing loss. You wear an earpiece connected via a fine cable to electronics worn in a pocket.
Bone anchored hearing aids (BAHA) are used for direct stimulation of the inner ear. These are an option for people who cannot use conventional hearing aids.
Cochlear and auditory brainstem implants are beneficial in some cases of profound deafness.
Note: This is only a general guide only. Please speak to an audiologist for professional advise to ensure you select the appropriate shapes and type to suit your needs.
For some people, customisation is the key when choosing an aid. Essentially, this means a greater range of settings, and more flexibility with the way you use your hearing aids. Different brands and models offer different types of customisability, so finding a hearing aid that meets all your needs doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be paying premium prices. As a general rule across all brands, though, the more customisable the hearing aid, the more expensive it will be.
Here are just some of our popular hearing aid brands:
Affordable Hearing Aids Perth, WA
We compare some of the popular brand hearing aids in more detail. When it comes to choosing a hearing aid, you’ll get plenty of advice about your needs and what might suit, but you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of hearing aid brands and models. Depending on your health care cover and concession status, the process can be inexpensive and hearing aids may be subsidised for you. Please speak to an audiologist to find out if there are any concessions available to you so we can assist in getting you a better price. Have a read of our hearing aid comparison below.
Phonak Hearing Aids
For almost six decades now, Phonak has been a unique brand in hearing aids and are popular for children. They feature three tiers of hearing aids including; gold, silver and platinum. Popular for miniature hearing aids like the Lyric which is 100% invisible and have no batteries to change.
Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon is one of the earliest hearing aid manufacturers with over 110 years of existence. Oticon created the world’s first Internet of Things (IoT) hearing aid (the OPN), and Oticon’s hearing aids still lead integration connectivity and streaming. Product lines include Opn, Alta2, Nera2, Ria2, Dynamo, Sensei and the Sensei SP. Some of the main comparison features include YouMatic, Spatial Noise, Free Focus, Speech Guard E, and Bluetooth/Wireless functionality.
Starkey Hearing Aids
Can be connected directly to your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple Watch via the TruLink Hearing Aid app. Multiflex Tinnitus Technology integrated into hearing aid to provide some relief to ringing in the ears. Designed to repel wax, eliminate distorition and buzzing. Starkey Hearing Aids come in three ranges including; Z series, Muse and 3 Series.
Siemens Hearing Aids
The Siemens product range includes Pure Binax, InsoBinax, and Carat Binax. Some of their features include; Sound Equalizer, Extended Bandwidth, Feedback Cancellation, and Bluetooth/Wireless.
Widex Hearing Aids
Widex hearing aids include a range of gold, silver, and platinum. Widex, a Danish family-owned company, sell about 10% of all hearing aids worldwide. Widex hearing aids are recommended for anyone hoping to manage their tinnitus better – Widex hearing aids use a patented tinnitus-reduction technology called Zen. A few popular types include; Dream Passion, Dream Fusion and Unique Fusion. Depending on the Tier, some of the features include a Speech Enhancer, Noise Reduction, True ISP, and Bluetooth/Wireless.
Unitron Hearing Aids
Unitron, a Canadian maker, claim to make the world’s smallest wireless IRC hearing device. Unitron hearing devices are designed in RIC size and fit. Unitron offer trial programs to help customers find the level of technology they need – you can upgrade and downgrade your way through several devices until you decided on one that has all the technology you need and none of the technology you don’t, ensuring that Unitron hearing aids are value-for-money. Some of the common features in these hearing aids include Noise Reduction, MyMusic, Speech Zone, Sound Conductor, and Bluetooth/Wireless.
Signia Hearing Aids
The Signia is an excellent choice if clarifying speech and reducing background noise are your priority. The Signia hearing aid is made by Sivantos, who bought out the hearing instrument arm of well-known tech company Siemens in 2015. Siemens were one of the earliest manufacturers of hearing devices: they started more than a century ago, in 1913.
Sonic Hearing Aids
Sonic hearing aids comes with many styles and configurations. Some of the major models include Bliss, Flip, Charm, Endura, and Pep. The main features of Sonic hearing aids include Feedback Cancellation, Sound Equalizer, S.M.A.R.T Technology, Noise Reduction, and Bluetooth/Wireless. S.M.A.R.T technology informs the wearer of a low battery and power on.
Our hearing aids clinic strives to offer best prices on hearing aids to give you better value for your money along with a pleasant hearing experience.
If you’re unsure whether you need a hearing aid, or simply upgrading your current ear aid, book a hearing test at our audiology centre with our experienced audiologists at Half Price Hearing today.
Hearing aids are a valuable investment that can significantly improve your quality of life. Take the time to go through all your options, and ask your audiologist how easy it will be to upgrade or downgrade after you’ve chosen your first hearing aid to take home.