Starkey Livio 1000 Hearing Aid Review

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Starkey’s Livio line of hearing aids. Available in rechargeable or standard battery, custom in-the ear or behind-the-ear styles, artificial intelligence or standard technology, these hearing aids are made to work for all patients! 

The Livio 1000 is the entry-level device. The technology inside this hearing aid works best for quieter, calmer situations, such as one-on-one conversation or watching TV. Our patients who attend the occasional social gathering, or rarely eat out at restaurants have been quite satisfied with this entry-level technology. Artificial intelligence, Bluetooth connectivity, and rechargeability are all made available in the Livio 1000! 

Keep in mind, being at a cheaper price point, there will be more limitations to an entry-level hearing aid. While your audiologist can create a setting for you to use in noisier places, the hearing aid does not have the technology to make those adjustments automatically. Your audiologist will also be limited when programming your hearing aids; they will not be able to make the same smaller, fine-tuning adjustments that they would if the hearing aids were top-of-the-line.  

At all eight Gardner Audiology locations, our patients have been very happy with the overall sound quality and additional features of Livio 1000 hearing aids! And this includes patients in both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear styles! If you are interested in learning more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com to schedule an appointment! 

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