I recently went to an audiologist and learned that I have mid to moderate hearing loss with high frequencies.They recommended the Signia 312Nx, which are very good hearing aids, but are extremely costly. Afterwards I went to Costco and looked at the Kirkland Signature 7.0 and Rexton Legato LI. Both of these models are Rexton, but the Legato Li uses rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. They are also about $1000 more that the Kirkland 7.0.
This will be my first time using a hearing aid and I am not sure if the rechargeable batteries are with an extra $1000.
- Does anyone out there know the actual difference between these models beyond the lithium-ion batteries?
- How are Rexton hearing aids compared to other brands such as Signia and Resound?
- How does the number of signaling processing channels affect their performance? For example the K 7.0 have 42 where the legato Li have 48.
- If there are any other factors I should be considering please feel free to chime in.