Due to the popularity of the RCA OTC hearing aids, I’ve decided to write a review on these hearing aids and see if they’re worth the hype. For now, I’m still gathering information, but a full review is coming. In this preview, I’ll quickly dive into the most noticeable features and give you a quick overview to help you make your buying decision.
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What do I expect from the RCA OTC hearing aids?
Not that much, if I’m honest. These hearing aids look a little cheap, and I’m afraid they’re affordable because they’re missing advanced features. They come with an interesting rechargeable base that fits on your nightstand, they have a volume control wheel, and the company is especially proud of the simplicity of these devices – in other words, they’re missing some advanced features.
Of course, that also means they’ve got an attractive price point.
If you’re looking at these hearing aids and want to compare them to other models, it’s slim pickings. There simply aren’t a lot of decent hearing aids under $200, but you’ve got a few options. The Banglijian Ziv-201 is still pretty popular, just like the Banglijian BLJ-707. Lastly, the EarCentric Easycharge looks like a comparable option.