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Zounds Hearing Aids are designed for people with mild, moderate or moderate/severe hearing loss, and are available in a wide variety of choices to meet nearly anyone's budget.
Focusing on price, product selection and performance, Zounds Hearing Aids offer a quality product at an affordable price. The company was founded by Sam Thomasson who is the father of a hearing impaired daughter, and so understands the complications and frustration associated with hearing loss. All of the hearing aid models cover the full frequency sound spectrum up to 8000 Hertz, allowing you to hear and understand the often hard to make out "t", "ch" and "s" sounds.
All Zounds Hearing Aids offer several common features to provide their customers with affordable sound quality. Accurate programming to meet your unique and individual needs, same day fitting for convenience, amazing clarity, intuitive noise cancellation so that you can better hear what is important to you, dynamic feedback cancellation to prevent the buzzing and whirring sounds often associated with hearing aids, shock sound suppression to reduce loud, painful sounds and phone feedback cancellation.
All Zounds Hearing Aids feature EnviroSenzePlus. With this technology, your hearing aids constantly scan your environment to automatically adjust amplification and noise cancellation levels to offer you the best hearing possible in any type of setting. Currently located in 32 states, Zounds is one of the fastest growing hearing aid companies in the nation.
Don't be taken by Zounds hearing aids
Zounds hearing aids themselves are good but uncomfortable. The company is terrible. The franchise office in our city closed without notice one day we get a letter stating the nearest office is 2.5 hours away one way! I called the customer service line to the corporate office they basically said I had no choice but to drive the 2.5 hours one way to get my hearing aids services or go without them and pay to mail them to Phoenix to have them serviced. I have them a little over a year and one of them keeps giving me a low battery warning after only wearing it for about 9 hours a day. But I can't drive that far because we only have one car and I can't do without my hearing aid and send it to Phoenix. I wish I would have shopped around more before buying these. I feel like I am stuck now after paying thousands of dollars and I bought the high end ones. I was very disappointed that Zounds offered no help whatsoever and they said they would call me back after talking to their operations manager but of course I never heard from them. So shop around before buying these.