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Can i get a report about which brands of hearing aids are better than some other brands?

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In my lay opinion, always be aware, that hearing aids are excactly as described, merely hearing aids.   No matter what brand you buy they will not bring your hearing to the level that you once had.  Check with Blue-Cross, or Medicare, etc. for better pricing that is available.

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