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Find the Best Hearing Aids in Tallahassee, FL

Hearing aids are small electronic devices worn in or behind the ears to improve hearing loss. Their different styles and features can make choosing a hearing aid difficult. We researched the best hearing aids in Tallahassee, examining factors like sound quality, comfort, appearance, features, customer service and cost.

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  • Rechargeable hearing aids
  • 3 types of hearing aid styles
  • No in-person fitting necessary, comes with 2 sizes
  • Hidden hearing aids in ear canal
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  • Custom-fit, behind-the-ear & receiver-in-the-canal
  • 3-year warranty on all styles
  • Free cleaning, repairs & adjustments
  • Free annual hearing test
900 Capital Cir. S.E., Ste. 1
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 462-8481
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Zounds Hearing
  • 4 hearing aid models
  • Intuitive Noise Cancellation
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Adjusts amplification all day
Serves residents in
Tallahassee, FL
(480) 813-8400
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  • Behind-the-ear, reciever-in-ear & microphone-in-helix
  • Audio streamed directly to ears
  • Control hearing aids from Beltone apps
  • Battery lasts up to 30 hours when fully charged
561 Capital Medical Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 329-6073
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ReSound Hearing Aids
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  • Hearing aids for children
  • Adapts to different environments
  • Automatically adjusts in noisy environments
  • Comfortable & discreet

Sells three models. Includes rechargeable options, Bluetooth capability and a companion app. Covers mild to profound hearing loss. Available through select dealers. Prices for one hearing aid start at $1,149.

Serves residents in
Tallahassee, FL
(800) 248-4327
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Widex Hearing Aids
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  • In-the-ear & completely-in-the-canal hearing aids
  • Small & discreet
  • Optimal sound for different environments
  • Customized to fit ear canal

Sells behind-the-ear and in-the-ear hearing aids. Smart technology updates user preferences. Covers mild to profound hearing loss. Available at select dealers. Devices cost $1,200 to $1,799 per ear.

Serves residents in
Tallahassee, FL
(844) 497-8844
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Benefits of hearing aids for kids, seniors and adults


Nearly 3 million Floridians have hearing loss, according to the Florida Department of Health. They include kids, seniors and adults with all degrees of hearing loss, from mild to profound. Many wear hearing aids, which use a microphone, amplifier and speaker, or receiver, to send louder sound to the ear.

The benefits of hearing aids in Tallahassee include:

  • Improved ability to listen, communicate and participate in daily activities
  • Better physical and mental health
  • Increased safety
  • Greater independence
  • Reduced tinnitus symptoms

What types of hearing aids are available in Tallahassee?

Modern hearing aids are digital and come in various styles.

Hearing aid styles Description Pros Cons Average cost
Behind the ear (BTE) Sits behind the ear with a tube connecting to an earmold or earpiece Good for all degrees of hearing loss Most noticeable type of aid $1,600 - $2,800
Mini BTE Smaller BTE with thinner tube; variations include open fit, receiver in the ear (RITE) and receiver in canal (RIC) Less visible than BTE; comfortable, less feedback; doesn’t plug up ear Earwax can clog speaker $1,600 - $2,800
In the ear (ITE) Custom-fit in outer ear Many available features Wind noise; earwax can clog speaker $1,600 - $2,800
In the canal (ITC) Custom-fit partly in ear canal Small aid with more features than CIC Can be hard to adjust; earwax can clog speaker $1,700 - $2,900
Completely in the canal (CIC) Custom-fit completely in ear canal Most discreet aid Few extra features $1,700 - $3,000

Hearing aids are different from personal hearing amplifiers, also called personal sound amplifiers. Hearing amplifiers should not be used by those with hearing loss, the Food and Drug Administration says.

How to choose a hearing aid in Tallahassee

Consider the following factors when choosing a hearing aid in Tallahassee:

  • Your degree of hearing loss
  • Recommendation from a hearing care professional
  • Sound quality
  • Comfort and fit
  • Your manual dexterity and the device’s ease of handling
  • Included services (e.g., cleanings, adjustments, annual hearing tests)
  • Warranty duration and coverage
  • Cost
  • Features

Hearing aids in Tallahassee are available with many features:

  • Feedback suppression
  • Noise and wind reduction
  • Telecoil
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Directional microphones
  • Multiple frequency channels
  • Bluetooth connectivity/direct audio input
  • Remote control
  • Binaural processing
  • Learning features
  • Data logging

Getting a hearing aid test and fitting

If you have signs or symptoms of hearing loss, visit your primary care doctor or an ear, nose and throat specialist. A physician can rule out a medical reason for your hearing loss and restorative medical or surgical treatment, then refer you to an audiologist or hearing aid specialist in Tallahassee.

An audiologist or other hearing care professional can measure your hearing loss and, if you are a candidate for hearing aids, discuss product options.

After you choose your hearing aid and it’s ready, an audiologist or other hearing care professional will program the device and set it up for use. Before leaving, you should know:

  • How to insert and remove your hearing aid
  • How to clean the hearing aid and recharge/replace the battery
  • How to use the features
  • What to expect as you adjust to your hearing aid
  • How long your trial period is (30 days or more) and refund details
  • Whom to contact if there is a problem
  • When your follow-up appointment is

How much do hearing aids cost in Tallahassee?

Most hearing aids in Tallahassee cost $1,000 - $4,000 each, including testing and fitting, warranty and services like adjustments, cleanings and yearly hearing exams.

Most health insurance plans do not cover hearing aids, but check yours to be sure.

Many hearing aids in Tallahassee are available for purchase with financing options. If you are a veteran, you can receive hearing aids through the Department of Veterans Affairs. AARP members can save on hearing aids in Tallahassee and get other benefits through the AARP Hearing Care Program.

For information about hearing aid financial assistance, the Florida Department of Health directs people to the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology.

Does Medicare cover hearing aids?

Original Medicare doesn’t cover hearing aids or hearing exams. Some Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans may have hearing benefits.

Medicaid in Florida pays for diagnostic audiological tests and hearing aids for those with moderate hearing loss or greater.

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Eargo hearing aids, designed for mild to moderate hearing loss, are sleek, small and comfortable and have rich sound. You don’t need to see an audiologist or have an audiogram before buying. Customers like how Eargos are nearly invisible and praise the company for offering a 45-day trial period.

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Miracle-Ear has been committed to hearing solutions and leading-edge technology since 1948. Hearing aids come with an industry-leading three-year warranty and lifetime service and aftercare from licensed and trained professionals. Customers in Tallahassee give the local Miracle-Ear center five-star reviews.


Zounds Hearing

Zounds was started by an engineer and father of a hearing-impaired child who wanted to improve on existing hearing aid technology. Devices come with features like rechargeable batteries, noise cancellation and remote control. Customers say Zounds’ monthly payment plans are convenient and affordable.

Zounds Hearing


Beltone uses the latest technology to develop hearing aids, apps and accessories. Its seven different models all come with BelCare, which includes a one-year warranty and lifetime inspections, cleanings and hearing exams. Customers like the customer service at Beltone’s Tallahassee location and appreciate having two-year protection for change in hearing loss.


ReSound Hearing Aids

ReSound’s hearing aids, wireless accessories and apps are built to personalize a user’s hearing experience. Customers can contact the company for help finding a hearing care professional. Reviewers include highly satisfied ReSound users and those who second-guess their purchase.

ReSound Hearing Aids

Widex Hearing Aids

Widex is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hearing aids, selling devices in more than 100 countries. Get a free, no-obligation trial of any Widex hearing aid through a partnering practice. Some Widex users are satisfied with their hearing aids, while others say they’ve needed repairs and replacements.

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