Starkey Muse and Halo2 Hearing Aid Review
- Styles Available: All
- Features: High
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- Hearing Aid Source Review: The Starkey Muse and Halo 2 hearing aid lineup is made in 3 technology levels (2400, 2000, 1600) with options of wireless or non-wireless (Muse only). In this day and age, I am not sure why they would even offer a non-wireless version of the hearing aids, but it is available at a slightly less price compared to the wireless version.
- Starkey Muse hearing aids are available in all styles from a BTE, RIC, and custom made in-the-ear models all the way down to a CIC.
- The Starkey Halo 2 is only available in a RIC style only and is Starkey’s iPhone compatible hearing aid.
- The Starkey Muse also offers a CROS system which allows a person with single sided hearing loss to hear sounds coming from the unaidable ear in their good ear.
- As always, when we test hearing aids in our own ears, we set the hearing aid for a 40dB flat hearing loss and we use domes which fully seal our ears so that we can fully assess the sound quality of the hearing aids. The Starkey wireless hearing aids are wireless programmable and can use the optional Starkey Surflink accessories.
- Our initial impression of the Starkey Muse i2400 RIC was pretty good. There was a noticeable, but quiet, hiss of the circuit/microphone noise when the hearing aid is worn, but it was not too annoying. The general fit of the hearing aid is comfortable on the ears as well as in the ear canals. The button on the back is configurable in several different ways for volume, program or tinnitus control.Overall, the Starkey Muse is a quality product and deserves a place in our ‘Best-In-Class’ categories.
- Manufacturer’s Page: Starkey Muse
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