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Starkey hearing aid models, prices, and reviews

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Champagne (20.4% popularity)
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Starkey’s best overall model

Starkey Evolv AI

6 reviews | 3 video reviews

Starkey’s most exceptional sound yet

Released by Starkey on August 31, 2021, Evolv AI is Starkey’s newest, most complete line of hearing aids suitable for all hearing losses. Evolve ... READ MORE

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Champagne (19% popularity)
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Outdated: Starkey’s best overall model from Feb ‘19-Jan ‘20

Starkey Livio

16 reviews | 1 video reviews

Amazing sound quality and connectivity

As of August 31, 2021, Livio is an outdated model. If you're interested in Livio, we'd recommend checking out the next generation model, Evolv AI. ... READ MORE

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Pink/black (6.6% popularity)
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Outdated: Starkey’s best invisible model from Aug ‘18-Aug ‘21

Starkey Picasso

2 reviews | 1 video reviews

Because no two ears are alike

As of August 31, 2021, Picasso is an outdated model. If you're interested in Picasso, we'd recommend checking out the next generation model, Evolv AI... READ MORE

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Champagne (23.7% popularity)
2 more colors available
Outdated: Starkey’s best overall model from Jan ‘20- Aug ‘21

Starkey Livio AI

11 reviews | 2 video reviews

Reimagining what a hearing aid can do

As of August 31, 2021, Livio AI is an outdated and unavailable model. If you're interested in Livio AI, we'd recommend checking out the next generatio... READ MORE


Starkey- “Hear better. Live better.”

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Out of the 6 biggest hearing aid brands in the world, only one is an American company. Minnesota-based Starkey was founded in 1970 and has been the choice of a few US Presidents- and not just because they're US-based.

Starkey has introduced several pioneering products in its decades-long history. Most recently, Starkey's 2019 model Livio AI hearing aid was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Best inventions of 2019.

Starkey is also widely regarded as the best in-the-ear hearing aid manufacturer on the market, and is the go-to choice for many people wanting invisible hearing aids.

Best selling Starkey hearing aids as of Jul 02, 2022

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Starkey`s overral brand rating

Based on user reviews on this website

1 Signia 4.7 46 reviews
2 Oticon 4.68 110 reviews
3 ReSound 4.64 47 reviews
4 Widex 4.64 29 reviews
5 Phonak 4.61 204 reviews
6 Starkey 4.41 35 reviews

Market share

Hearing Aids prices range 11 %
Hearing Aids prices range 11 %
Sonova/Phonak Sonova Phonak 25 %
WS Audiology/Signia & Widex WS Audiology Signia/Widex 24%
Demant/Oticon Demant Oticon 24 %
GN/ReSound GN ReSound 16 %
Starkey Starkey Starkey 11 %

Professional & user reviews

Expert reviews

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Pamela Matthews, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

The app is very flexible and useful but can be cumbersome to those lacking technology expertise. The streaming signal is very good if the phone isn't in a pocket or purse. Starkey does not have true "hands free" function with phone use as the microphone is used on the telephone rather than hearing aids for streaming.

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Walter Kelly Jr., Hearing Instrument Specialist

What needs improving

Since there is SO much tech on-board, sometimes it is a distraction and people sometimes get “lost” in the technology. These days the ‘hearing correction’ function is so accurate and consistent, it is largely unnecessary to make any on-the-fly adjustments, however, when you have the option to control so much, it can be tempting to “over use” the adjustment features in the app.

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John Jendrasiak, Hearing Instrument Specialist

What needs improving

No hearing aid is perfect, they all have their little bugs. One thing about Starkey hearing aids is they give a lot of high tone recovery. High tone recovery is the frequencies of 2,000 through 8,000. This poses a problem for some men and women who do not like their hearing aids to recover those frequencies. This would mean you have to spend more time working with the patient to get the sound quality they would like out of their hearing aids. The domes for fitting the hearing aids don’t work as well as other manufacturers; this can be a problem with some users.

Latest user reviews

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The Livio AI’s have a multitude of new features

Review by: Roger from VA
Model: Starkey Livio AI 2400 RIC R
Bought: Jul 2021

Hi, my names is Roger. As you can see, I have some age on me. I’m kind of an old guy. And if you look real close, you can see my hearing aids. Well maybe you can’t see them, because they are small and they blend in with my glasses and my hair color, they fit right in your ear socket, they’re comfortable to wear. I have significant hearing loss. Too many years working with equipment, too many years not wearing hearing protection and now I’m paying the price for it. So I got tired of saying to my wife, “what?”, it’s not that I didn’t hear her say something, I just couldn’t understand what she said. It was frustrating for her, it was frustrating for me. So I chose my first pair of hearing aids about 4 years ago, they were Starkey Halo 2s, nice little hearing aids, Bluetooth, programmable, and they were battery powered. So the downside for that is you had to change batteries maybe like once a week, especially if you’re doing lots of streaming, podcasts, or talking on the phone. What I liked about those hearing aids, and I still like about them, is that you can listen to podcasts or talk on the phone hands free, that was a big advantage. I chose, when those, when the microphones, you should know, that hearing aids aren’t forever, and my Starkey Halo 2s, the microphones finally quit working on them, and rather than having them refurbished, I wanted to get a new technology. Because they were battery powered that means you had to put a battery in them, and the little battery case was not completely water tight and if you’re like me out working in the yard in a humid environment like northern Virginia is, you sweat a lot, sweat gets in your ears, and eventually it degrades your hearing aid. I would recommend any of you who say “what?” too many times, who have trouble hearing in crowded environments to look at quality of life and get yourself a set of hearing aids. I chose the Starkey Livio AI. Why did I choose those? Because they have a multitude of new features that other hearing aids don’t have. Okay yeah they amplify sound, you have various settings that you can choose for different environments, if you’re listening to the TV you can set them one way, if you want normal you can set them one way, if you want a crowd you can set them, you can reduce background noise so that background noise around you is not interfering with your hearing. In addition, the Livio AIs also have a multitude of new features. They keep track of your steps for you, they keep track of your brain function, because unbeknownst to us, our brain is our major hearing source through our ears, and so we have to keep our brain sharp, and the Starkey Livios track the different types of environments that you’re in that are stimulating your brain. Because at our age we need to have our brain stimulated and the more we can do that the better off we are. I would encourage you to get the rechargeables because they’re more water tight, and being more water tight, you don’t have to change the batteries, #1, and #2, they’re probably going to last a little longer because the sweats not getting into your hearing aid and degrading it. So in addition to the environmental things that your hearing aid keeps track of, your steps, they also have a fall feature, which, if you fall and your head hits an object, maybe you get knocked out, maybe you slip on the ice, whatever, your hearing aids will notify chosen people, that you’ve indicated should get an alert, so it’s called a fall alert. So you know you get up in age, your balance isn’t as good, falls are part of our future. You fall, you get knocked out, your hearing aid will tell the person, and the person will also know where you are because of the GPS device that’s in them. So that’s another safety feature that’s really cool about the Starkey Livios. So I would recommend if you’re getting hearing aids, buy the most expensive ones that you can, within your budget, because they have a lot of features that make your life way more enjoyable. So, I hope this was a good advertisement for hearing aids because I have significant hearing loss and it’s all part of quality of life.

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I recommend them 100%

Review by: Scott from PA
Model: Starkey Picasso 2400 ITC
Bought: Mar 2021

Hello my name is Scott and I’m from Freedom, PA and I’m here to talk to you today, to review the Starkey Picasso in-the-ear, i2400 hearing aids. I’ve been wearing hearing aids now for the last 27 years and I really was self conscious about people seeing stuff in my ears, but the in-the-ear, makes it very unnoticeable. I like the hearing aids, I like the technology, with the Starkey hearing aids. Again, there’s so many things you can do with the hearing aid as I could never do before. I have a little button on my hearing aid where I can just push it, I can hit normal, I can hit crowd, I can hit television if I’m on the television, it automatically changes if I’m on the telephone. Just the technology in the last 27 years has been unbelievable with the Starkey. They’re US made, they take a 312 battery, I’m getting consistently 7 to 8 days on a battery, and again they’re just little batteries. I recommend them 100%, I’m very happy with Starkey, and I’m sure if I’m happy you’ll be definitely happy with them. Thank you

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I was almost in tears

Review by: Steve from CA
Model: Starkey Livio 2000 RIC R
Bought: Dec 2020

Hi, my name is Steve, I’m making this little video to kinda show you what my experience has been with hearing aids. I’m 72 years old and as far as hearing loss I’ve probably had it for some time but, these hearing aids now I finally just made the leap to get these, in, I guess it was late November of 2019, so they’re only what 3 months old or something. But my experience has been positive so far. The brand I chose is Starkey, and I’ll show you, I’ve got them on right now and I’ll just swing this thing around here and hopefully you can see them over my ear. So you can see they’re pretty discreet, you can hardly see that they’re there. I wouldn’t care if you could see them or not, because I need them, but anyway, and I’ll take these off in a minute and show you what they look like without being installed over my ear. Why did I choose this hearing aid? I chose the Starkey because of the ability to make adjustments to them on the phone app, so, it’s just handy that way. And I don’t think all of them come with that, the different brands, but this one did, and also because it’s rechargeable. Here’s the case that they come in and it’s got the little mini USB port in the back that plugs in and it holds at least a 2 or 3 day charge in it when its unplugged so I can take it with me when I’m on the road. The hearing aids are magnetized in that little rechargeable area , they fit right in there and they won't fall out. What do I like about them? They’re comfortable, good sound quality, the app is easy to use and they are rechargeable. What do I not like about it? There’s really nothing that’s bothersome. The little retention tail, and I’ll show you that when I take them off here in a second, they call it a retention tail or a sport clip that’s supposed to hold them in a little more secure, if your doing exercising. I had some trouble with that in the beginning, just getting them to stay in the position that they’re meant to be in. When I talked to Starkey about it they said, if you don’t need it to retain them and the hearing aids stay in place without it, just take them off and that’s really simple to do. Would I recommend them to a friend? Yes. When I first put them on, I was almost in tears I couldn’t believe how much I could hear with them on and how much I’d been missing over the years, so yeah I’d definitely recommend them. What is the number one piece of advice I’d give to someone that’s purchasing hearing aids? Well I went to three different providers, to see, to get tested, and the third one was the one that I found to be, the people that I felt most comfortable with. As far as ZipHearing, I placed the order through the provider that was going to fit them, and then everything worked out just fine. But I would recommend going to two or three different people to get your ears tested, your hearing tested, because you may find a better fit with one of them than with another. And the only problem I’ve ever had and it isn’t Starkeys, or any hearing aid manufacturer’s fault, but with this covid-19 and you’re wearing a mask, you have to be really careful when you’re taking the mask off so you don’t get it caught in the hearing aid and have it dislodged and come out of your ear and lose it. I’ve been real fortunate I haven’t lost anything but I have gotten them caught a couple times where they’ve come out of my ear. I’ll take them out right now and show you what they look like. Really small, I don’t know how to describe it, it’s probably about an inch long and maybe a half inch wide and maybe 3/16ths of an inch thick, but, and that little tail hanging down right here is what I’m talking about. When you put this thing on it kinda flips in your ear like a little kickstand, you curl it up and put it in the bottom of your ear, sometimes it just wants to go the wrong way for some reason, but that happened during the first month and since then I haven’t seemed to have a problem with it. I’ll take the other one off, that’s the same thing, show you what they look like just laying there, and that’s it. So hopefully the review is giving you some information that’s useful.

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As good as they said they would be

Review by: Mike from IN
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2400 RIC 312
Bought: Sep 2021

Okay hello, my name is Mike H., I got the Starkey Evolv hearing aids, it’s probably been 3 months ago, something like that, and so far, I have no complaints. This is my fourth set of hearing aids in my life and I can say that these are the best ones I’ve ever had. I did choose the battery over the rechargeable, because I wanted the ability to take spare batteries with me when I go places and if the charge runs out I just swap out the batteries and good to go, and they’re really not that expensive as far as I’m concerned. Got them in, can’t even tell they’re there can you? That’s one thing I really like about them, they do a good job of fitting behind the ears and in my case, I chose the hard mold insert, the last pair of hearing aids I’d had that’s what I used and I’m used to it- it worked fine for me. Like I say I have no complaints with these, like any hearing aids, they’re still not perfect when there’s a lot of background noise. But that’s the nature of the best so to speak. I love the fact that they’re Bluetooth, I can do all my phone calls through my hearing aids, makes it very easy, gives me two hands to work while I’m talking. Also the adjustments on the app on my phone allow me a lot of control to fine tune how they’re doing if I am in a noisy environment and then those settings get applied permanently and all I have to do is click the mode on my hearing aid and change to whatever I need. Don’t have much else to say, again I’m pleased with them, and I hope you’ll trust this company, I was leery of ordering something over the internet and on a phone call, but they came through with everything they said they would do and the hearing aids are as good as they said they would be, can’t ask for any more than that. Good luck.

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I don’t think you can go wrong

Review by: Franklin from FL
Model: Starkey Livio AI 1600 RIC 312
Bought: Jul 2021

My name is Franklin and after playing guitar professionally for a number of years, standing in front of loud amplifiers, damaging my hearing, and then getting interested in riding loud motorcycles, sport bikes, I realized that my hearing had deteriorated quite a bit. About 5 years ago I was given a hearing test and told that I had 8% hearing in my left ear, and 20% hearing in my right ear, so basically I was considered legally deaf. So I was recommended to get hearing aids and I did, I got a pair of Rexton hearing aids, had them for 4 years, they worked reasonably well during that time, but they started to wear out and deteriorate and would need some expensive repairs, so I researched getting new hearing aids, and I came upon Starkey Livio AI 1600, which I show here in my hand. These are my relatively new, few months old, Starkey Livio AI 1600 hearing aids, nice champagne color, they’re very comfortable, I chose them after looking at the research on them, and reviews, because of their clarity, and also because they had great noise suppression. One of the things I struggle with is background noise, trying to hear what I need to hear, and my old hearing aids, the Rextons, did not do a good job with noise suppression and these were particularly good at that. So what I like about them is it does cancel out a lot of the background noise, they’re very comfortable to wear, the clarity is much brighter, music that I listen to with my bad ears sound amazingly great with these Starkeys, I like them a lot, I would certainly recommend them. The other thing that I like is they have several adjustments on them for different levels of sound, also different levels of noise suppression, and they’re bluetooth so they go right into my ears when I get a phone call, it’s great, I can be walking outside, the phone rings, it rings right in my ears, I answer my cell phone, and the person is talking right into my ears so I can always hear the call, that wasn’t the case with the Rextons that weren’t Bluetooth, and the clarity again is great with the Livios and that Bluetooth feature. As far as things that I do not like about it, from time to time I’ll get a message, there’s a mans voice that speaks and it says “Resolving the problem, problem resolved”, just things like that that come out of nowhere. I don’t really like that feature, it’s not terrible, but I don’t really like that, the other thing is, I’m waiting for a part for the them to adjust better to my ears, a longer wire, they came with shorter wires, which they offer, but I haven’t been able to get it yet, it’s not necessarily Livio’s fault, but I would like to have them fit better. The other thing I may not like about it quite as much as the Rextons for example is the battery life. Seems to be about 4 days, 5 if I’m lucky but no longer than that, and in the past with the other hearing aids it was a good 7 days, sometimes I got 8, but after 4 days, maybe 5, I get the message in their “battery” and it’s telling me that the battery is weak. So I’m changing batteries more often, because of convenience for me, and the different activities I do, I have battery operated, versus the rechargeable, that of course wouldn’t be an issue with the rechargeable. I would definitely recommend these to a friend, the Starkeys, I think the quality is very good, the sound is excellent, the noise suppression is excellent, so someone searching for good quality hearing aids and in fact, the Starkeys with all the clarity and suppression and Bluetooth were actually less than the Rextons 4 years ago, so I would tell you that there definitely is an improvement in the technology and yet they weren’t as expensive. And the number one piece of advice that I would give to someone who is considering purchasing hearing aids is do your research, look at the different brands, and talk to someone that has used them. I did talk to my local hearing professional and she connected me with someone who actually has used them, a Starkey customer who has had them over a year and has had a great experience and you can get to hear that first hand. So, do your research, see if you can talk to somebody who owns them, but I don’t think you can go wrong in my opinion, with the Starkey Livio AI 1600 hearing aids. Thank you

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Nobody even knows I have them

Review by: John from FL
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2000 CIC
Bought: Dec 2021

Hi folks my name is John, I live in Sarasota, FL, I am 74 and 3 quarters years old. I have needed hearing aids for the last 4 or 5, maybe 6 years. Been tested a whole bunch of times, and finally at the urging of my wonderful wife I finally said okay I’m gonna get with it. Because a bunch of my friends from high school and other associates have them and so they have a bunch of experience and I started looking about 3, 4 years ago and the prices were 7, 8 thousand, all crazy stuff, there’s kind of a hearing aid shell game going on, so I went online and found the website for the guys I’m making this video for and they recommended me to a great company here in Florida. I got the, I’m gonna show them to you, my little Starkey hearing aids, I have the in ear hearing aids, they are absolutely wonderful, nobody even knows I have them, and the happiest person on the planet is my wife, because before I got these hearing aids, when we were watching TV I would have to have the closed captioning on and then I bought a set of noise dampening earphones, so when we were watching TV together we couldn’t even have a discussion. These hearing aids have basically changed her life as well as mine, I didn’t know my car turn signals made noise until I had my hearing aids in, so, the benefits are life altering, and the only complaint, it’s not really a complaint but the only thing I would say is they make my ears itch a little bit every now and then, but other than that, the service I got from all the people involved with my purchase are absolutely spectacular. You know, it just, Jeff and his guys are great, they work with great people in your market, so check them out, I couldn’t more highly recommend them, and they also worked out to be very affordable, I have a bunch of different features in mine for restaurants, movie theaters, I couldn’t hear the dialog, now I hear it and I gotta tone my hearing aids down a little bit, but absolutely couldn’t be happier. Hope you guys take advantage of it, have a great day, really appreciate your help, thanks.

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Written Reviews

Review by Keith on Apr 27, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2400 RIC R
VERIFIED BUYER | Mitchell, South Dakota

I am extremely satisfied with the hearing aids

I have used Starkey hearing aids for almost 9 years. I knew that I wanted to check out some of the new technologies that are available to improve my hearing even better. I was still having trouble hearing properly in crowd situations(restaurants, meetings with background noise, etc). In November 2021 I started looking on the internet and found out about the new Starkey Evolv AI with Edge technologies and decided to give it some research. The Evolve AI had only been out a few months so there was very little known for reviews. The properties of the Evolve AI really intrigued me, so I decided to investigate further. I had seen the ZipHearing clips on YouTube, so I decided to give them a try. I am not sorry that I did. The response was very prompt and rewarding. They referred me to a local Hearing aid consultant and I ended up ordering my Evolves. The transaction saved me well over two thousand dollars over what my previous consultant was asking. I am extremely satisfied with the hearing aids and the support up to now has been terrific. Thank you ZipHearing.
Review by Scott on Sep 21, 2021
Model: Starkey Picasso 2400 ITC
VERIFIED BUYER | Cranberry Township, PA

Great product Starkey!

I purchased Starkey I2400 in the ear hearing aids. I have never been more happier. The clarity of my hearing aids can be controlled by a push of a button. I can push for loud conditions push when watching tv and when I’m on the telephone it switches or I can push on normal sounds. My batteries are lasting from 7 to 8 days. I can volume up or down by a push of a button. Great product Starkey!!!
Review by Charles on Jun 06, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2400 RIC 312

Would recommend

The hearing quality of the Starkey Evolv AI 2400 is very good and would recommend others needing maximum hearing assistance get these units. The units have bluetooth input from my iphone and makes parking lot calls intelligible.
Review by Shane on Apr 27, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 1200 RIC R

They have become unreliable

At first I loved my hearing aids but now they have become unreliable! I think there is something definitely wrong with the right one as at times I’ve gotten ear- piercing feedback that caused great pain in my ear. Also, sometimes I can’t control the volume with my cell phone. I’m really wondering if they’re defective!
Review by Randy on Apr 27, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 1600 RIC R

Never knew my turn signals clicked before!

Sound quality of the Starkey Evolve has allowed me to hear previously unheard things. I can now hear my turn signals clicking if I leave them on. Never knew my turn signals clicked before! I can hear the words to songs on the radio again. The detail of what I hear is what is awesome... it’s not simply louder.... but I now hear the details! The connectivity of the phone and the aids are amazing! The app is amazing... Buck Rodgers stuff!
Review by John on Apr 27, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2400 RIC R
VERIFIED BUYER | Oklahoma City, OK

I couldn’t be happier with my Evolv hearing aids

I couldn’t be happier with my Evolv hearing aids. It’s great to understand people and.the tv again. I would recommend zip hearing to anyone needing hearing aids.
Review by Philip on Apr 27, 2022
Model: Starkey Evolv AI 2400 RIC R

The hearing aids are great

The hearing aids are great. Easy to use...with excellent sound quality. First time with rechargeable hearng aids...found it hassle free. The devices pick up higher ranges much more clearly than my prior devices.
Review by Les on Oct 04, 2019
Model: Starkey Picasso 2400 CIC

Size is perfect

The sound quality is excellent. The size of the hearing aids are perfect and. They are not noticeable. I am very pleased with my purchase.The controls on the aids are easy to use and I especially like the crowd noise control. I have used Starkey hearing aids for about 7 years and my new ones the best ones I've owned.
Review by Kathleen on Sep 25, 2020
Model: Starkey Livio 1600 RIC 312
VERIFIED BUYER | Marlborough, MA

Background noise is cut down

Sound quality is great.. background noise is easily cut down. Television and phone are clearer. I'm looking forward to learning more about the thrive hearing control app.
Review by Margaret on Jan 21, 2019
Model: Starkey Livio 2000 RIC 312

Better than expected

The sound quality is great, better than expected. They are very comfortable, I hardly know I'm wearing them. They are very durable and reliable, a con might be the battery life is only 4 or 5 days, but the Pro's outweigh the Cons, I'm very happy with my hearing aids and love that I can control the volume through my i-phone and select the different listening options from my phone and I can also listen to music and answer calls that feed right into my hearing aid blue tooth.
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Common questions about Starkey hearing aids

What is the newest Starkey hearing aid?
The newest Starkey hearing aid is Evolv AI, released August 31, 2021.
What is Starkey's best hearing aid?
The best Starkey hearing aid is Evolv AI 2400.
How much do Starkey hearing aids cost?
Starkey hearing aids range in price from $1,000-$3,500 per hearing aid. Prices will vary based on the technology level of the hearing aid: 2400 (premium), 2000 (advanced), 1600 (select), 1200 (low), 1000 (basic). Other items included with your purchase may also affect the price, such as service plans, warranties, and accessories. Prices may vary significantly by region and retailer. At ZipHearing, our Starkey prices are *25% less than the national average retail price.

Based on pricing data published by
Who sells Starkey hearing aids near me?
We do! Call 800-731-6794 and we'll let you know our closest location to you. You can also find a Starkey seller and service center by visiting
Does Costco sell Starkey hearing aids?
No, Costco does not sell Starkey hearing aids.
Where are Starkey hearing aids made?
Starkey hearing aids are made in Eden Prairie, MN and Mexico City, Mexico.
How to pair Starkey hearing aids to an iPhone
Recent Starkey models that can stream audio directly from iOS devices (iOS version 14 or newer):

2021: Evolv AI
2020: Livio Edge AI
2018: Livio, Livio AI

Not sure which model you have? Check your user guide, or call the Starkey provider who sold the devices to you.

Pairing Instructions

1. Make sure that your phone's Bluetooth is on. Go to Settings > Bluetooth, and make sure the toggle switch is set to On.
2. Open and close the battery doors on your hearing device. Or, if you use rechargeable Starkey hearing aids, switch the hearing aids off and on again, by pressing and holding the toggle button for 3 seconds to turn them off, and repeating to turn them back on.
3. On your Apple device, go to Settings > Accessibility > Hearing, and select Hearing Devices.
4. Your Apple device will search for your hearing device.
5. Under MFi Hearing Devices, tap the name of your hearing device.
6. Tap Pair when you see the pairing request on the screen. If you have two hearing devices, you'll get two requests. Pairing could take up to a minute.
7. You can start using your hearing device when you see it under MFi Hearing Devices with a check mark.

How to pair Starkey hearing aids to an Android
Recent Starkey models that can stream audio directly from Android devices (requires Android 10) :

2021: Evolv AI
2020: Livio Edge AI
2018: Livio, Livio AI

Please note that not all Android devices can directly stream to Starkey hearing aids. Check compatibility

Pairing Instructions

1. Go to the Android phone’s home screen and tap on the “Settings” icon.
2. In the settings menu, tap on the Bluetooth icon.
3. Tap on the slider button to turn Bluetooth on.
4. Open the battery doors of your Starkey hearing aids for 5 seconds and then close them. If you use rechargeable Starkey hearing aids, switch the hearing aids off and on again, by pressing and holding the toggle button on the hearing aid for 3 seconds to turn the hearing aid off, and repeating to turn it back on.
4. The hearing aids that are available to pair will now appear in the Available Devices list.
5. Select only one hearing aid, and wait 30 seconds.
6. After 30 seconds has elapsed, select the second hearing aid.
1. Wait 30 seconds, and both hearing aids will be paired to your Android device.

How do you program Starkey hearing aids?
Starkey hearing aids, like all digital hearing aids, are programmed by computer to match the wearer's exact hearing profile. A Starkey hearing care provider wirelessly connects to Starkey hearing aids via an industry-standard programming device called Noahlink Wireless, or Starkey's proprietary TruLink or Surflink programmers. Once connected, the hearing aids are programmed via a proprietary programming software that is only available to hearing care providers, called Inspire.
Are Starkey hearing aids waterproof?
No. Some Starkey hearing aids have an IP rating of 68, which makes them very water-resistant, but they are not waterproof.