Sometimes, I find two hearing aids that are so similar, I can imagine you’d want to know more about the precise differences between two specific models. The ZVOX VB25 and Neosonic B10 are two of those models – then the OneBridge J707 popped up, offering more of the same. These hearing aids share a lot of similarities, are roughly in the same budget range, and offer a lot of the same benefits. At the same time, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the model that fits you best.
In this comparison, I’ll first briefly introduce each model, then mention the similarities and finally dissect the differences and pitch the Neosonic B10 against the OneBridge J707. Unfortunately, the ZVOX VB25 has been taken out of production, leaving only the Neosonic B10 and the OneBridge J707 in this match-up.
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A brief overview of the Neosonic B10
The Neosonic B10 was added to the Neosonic offering in the beginning of 2021. After the high-end models Neosonic MX and the Neosonic MX-RIC, the B10 is a bit of a budget model. Buying the Neosonic B10 gives you a sphere with a pair of powerful and rechargeable hearing aids. To learn more, read the full review for the Neosonic B10 here.
A brief overview of the Banglijian BLJ-707
The Banglijian BLJ-707 is one of this company’s newer models, and the first to be sold as a pair. While it features the regular options for Banglijian models (including a warranty), it doesn’t match the Neosonic’s specs. The power simply isn’t there, and every variable just can’t compete. However, the price makes it a great budget option. To find out more, click here for the Banglijian BLJ-707 review.
A brief overview of the OneBridge J707
The OneBridge J707 also offers a budget option compared to the Neosonic. It offers a fine sound, but is less powerful, comes with less features and customer support, and doesn’t have a case as nice as the Neosonic offers. For a complete review of the OneBridge J707, click here.
Where these hearing aids are alike
The similarities might not be clear right away, but the Neosonic B10 and the OneBridge J707 come in a unique charging case. Where charging cases used to be a stationary base that you’d set on your dresser or nightstand, these hearing aids come with a portable case. You charge the battery in the case, and the case then charges the hearing aids up to three times. This means that these models are perfect hearing aids for travelling.
Also, all models offer great sound quality. So where are the differences?
How the Neosonic B10, Banglijian BLJ-707, and Banglijian BLJ-707 are different
In our previous comparison, the Otofonix Helix and the Neosonic MX appeared to be no different. With these models, there are more differences. To give you a clear and easy overview, I’ve listed the precise differences below:
|Neosonic B10||OneBridge J707||Banglijian BLJ-707|
|Hearing loss||Moderate to severe||Mild to moderate||Mild to moderate|
|Battery life||20 hours||15 hours||15 hours|
|Time to charge case||3 hours||4 hours||4 hours|
|Installments per month||Starting at $28||N/A||N/A|
Neosonic B10 vs OneBridge J707 vs Banglijian BLJ-707: which is better?
As you can see in the table, the difference in price comes back in the features. In all fairness, the Banglijian BLJ-707 and the OneBridge J707 are essentially the same model. The big difference is the customer support and 45-day warranty that Banglijian gives. However, while both of these models give you a great price upfront, they won’t suit everyone. If you’re past the first stages of hearing loss, you value customer support, and want a quality product, the Neosonic may just be worth it. Furthermore, the Neosonic is available on its own website, whereas the other two models are sold exclusively on Amazon.