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Everything You Need to Know About Go Hearing Aids

Published: July 5, 2022

Updated: July 11, 2022

If you’re shopping for your first pair of hearing aids, the dizzying number of brands and types can confuse and overwhelm you. 

Is there a difference in sound quality between an in-the-ear and behind-the-ear hearing aid? How do you which one is the best style to buy? And what happens if you don’t like the hearing aid that you’ve bought?

Those are some of the questions we’re going to answer for you today

If you’ve been shopping for an affordable, comfortable solution that easily fits in with your lifestyle, Go Hearing could be a great choice for you. 

About 

Go Hearing was founded to provide affordable, quality hearing solutions to people all across the United States. These are direct-to-consumer hearing aids. That means that they are available online without the need for a prescription or a visit to an audiologist. 

Types of Go Hearing Aids

Currently, there are two models of in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids available, the Go Lite and the Go Prime. They come pre-assembled, so they can be taken out of the box and worn immediately.

They are rechargeable and do not need batteries to operate. What makes them especially convenient to use is that both models come with a charging case. So, if they go flat while you’re out and about, you can pop them into the charged case to recharge as you get on with your day. Once the charging case is fully charged, it can recharge your aids up to six (6) times. 

Support

The Go Hearing website is full of all the information and resources. It should always be your first port of call if you have any questions or want to troubleshoot anything. 

There is also a team of Go Hearing product experts that you can contact if you have any unanswered questions. The product experts can help with pre-and post-purchase support. Simply call (302) 754-3190.

Go Hearing Aid Comparison

Here’s an easy reference guide to use if you want to compare the two models:

Options Price per Pair Features
Go Lite $199
  • Small, discreet, in-the-ear hearing aids
  • Analog hearing aids
  • Adjustable volume
  • Portable charging case with magnetic contact charging
  • Rechargeable Up to 30 hours of use per charge
  • Rechargeable case. 
  • 1-year warranty
Go Prime $299
  • Small, discreet, in-the-ear hearing aids
  • Digital hearing aids
  • Adjustable volume
  • Portable charging case with magnetic contact charging
  • Rechargeable:
  • Up to 30 hours of use per charge
  • Rechargeable case.
  • 1-year warranty
  • 100% digital processor
  • 6 channels and 12 bands
  • 3 preset programs
  • Noise reduction
  • Feedback cancellation
  • Memory recall function

What is included?

Included in your purchase are:

  • A pair of Go ITE hearing aids
  • A charging case
  • A small screwdriver (only Go Lite)
  • A cleaning brush
  • Wallplug charge adapter and cable
  • Different size domes for a comfortable fit
  • A user manual

Go Hearing Aid Reviews

Over 10 000 happy wearers have found that their Go hearing aids suit their needs.

“I have never used hearing aids before, so I tried some $4000 ones from a local place and they did not work for me. I got my Go Prime [hearing aids] and I am very happy!” – Paul J.

Conclusion

Go hearing aids are a good choice for a person looking for a small, comfortable ITE hearing aid. They offer the essential features at a remarkable price.

Image of post writer Marcellé Swanepoel.

Written by Marcellé Swanepoel

B. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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