At Echo Hearing Solutions, we are committed to giving the best hearing loss treatment in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula thereby ensuring a better quality of life. Located in the heart of Chandigarh, with close proximity to Mohali and Panchkula, Echo Hearing Solutions is a professionally managed hear care clinic with best digital hearing aids portfolio at an affordable hearing aid price in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula. Our selection is aimed at an individual's communication requirements. Due and diligent care is taken while counseling the patient and dispensing the hearing aid. While a conventional hearing aid just acts as a loudspeaker amplifying every sound, a digital hearing aid recognizes different frequencies of sound and amplifies only the ones that the hearing aid user is having difficulty in hearing. A digital hearing aid therefore ensures more precision and comfort to the hearing aid user.

Our goal is to provide you the best possible hearing care and hearing loss treatment, based upon your individual needs. At Echo Hearing Solutions we provide a comprehensive array of hearing loss treatment services related to hearing loss test and evaluation, rehabilitation and prevention of hearing loss. These services include comprehensive hearing test option, hearing evaluations, etc.

We have digital hearing aids that can be fitted to any patient right from kids to older people. When you buy hearing aids from us, smiles come naturally. We ensure the best hearing loss treatment in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula at an affordable hearing aid price. If you are looking for digital hearing aids in Chandigarh, Mohali or Panchkula, we can assure you the best hearing aid price and comfort.

Choosing a hearing professional is one of the most important decisions a person with hearing loss can make. Since digital hearing aids cannot be prescribed like eye glasses, proper hearing aid recommendation, hearing aid programming and fitting is highly dependent on the experience and skill of the hearing care professional providing the hearing aid. We test your hearing, select and dispense the hearing aids best to meet your needs, in addition to, providing support, counseling and service of the hearing aid system. We are concerned about the person and make hearing solution recommendations to fit your lifestyle and personal needs. That is what our motto is - hearing personified.

Protecting your hearing can make a big difference. We can help you protect your hearing from further deterioration through education about what affects your hearing, as well as the proper use and care of hearing protection devices.

Choosing the right digital hearing aid can be difficult as the right diagnosis and fitting are vital to ensure the maximum benefit to the digital hearing aid user. If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, call us at +91-9888040580, or fill out the contact us form, and we'll be in touch with you as soon as possible.

Echo Hearing Solutions is an authorized dispenser of all the world's leading hearing aid brands like Phonak, Unitron, Starkey, Interton, Oticon, Coselgi, Alps etc with the assurance of affordable hearing aid price. Echo Hearing Solutions is the one stop place in Chandigarh, Mohali or Panchkula for all the world's leading hearing aid brands. With the most versatile range of phonak hearing aids in chandigarh, Echo Hearing Solutions is a must visit if you are experiencing any kind of hearing problems.

Signs Of Hearing Loss


require frequent repetition

have difficulty following conversations involving more than 2 people

think that other people sound muffled or like they're mumbling

have difficulty hearing in noisy situations, like conferences, restaurants, malls, or crowded meeting rooms

have trouble hearing children and women

have your TV or radio turned up to a high volume

answer or respond inappropriately in conversations

have ringing in your ears

read lips or more intently watch people's faces when they speak with you


feel stressed out from straining to hear what others are saying

feel annoyed at other people because you can't hear or understand them

feel embarrassed to meet new people or from misunderstanding what others are saying

feel nervous about trying to hear and understand

withdraw from social situations that you once enjoyed because of difficulty hearing


have a family history of hearing loss

take medications that can harm the hearing system (ototoxic drugs)

have diabetes, heart, circulation or thyroid problems

have been exposed to very loud sounds over a long period or single exposure to explosive noise


We offer the following comprehensive range of testing facilities:


Pure tone audiometry (PTA) is the key hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual, enabling determination of the degree, type and configuration of a hearing loss.
We do Air Conduction and Bone Conduction pure tone tests.


We at Echo Hearing Solutions offer hearing aid fitting and personalization services for most global leading hearing aid companies. Digital Hearing Aids have the ability to be programmed and personalized exactly as per the individual's requirement and hearing loss determined by audiological testing.


Speech Therapy has been seen to have profound benefits if administered at an early age. We at Echo Hearing Solutions follow a very caring and holistic approach to help individuals with speech disorders which may be diversified into Articulation Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Resonance or Voice Disorders, Dysphagia/Oral Feeding Disorders making our clinic the best in speech therapy in Chandigarh, Mohali & Panchkula.


BERA is a otoneurological test that examines the inner ear, brain function in response to the sound stimulus. Only the testing and interpretation of the results is performed by the doctor of an audiology. The brainstem evoked response audiometry (BERA/ABR) is an objective neurophysiological diagnostic method for evaluation of the hearing threshold estimation and diagnosing retro cochlear lesions (auditory nerves).


OAE test measures hair cell function in the inner ear ( Cochlea). An emission refers to the sound generated within the normal cochlea of the ear in response to stimulation.These sounds can be used to test the function of the cochlea and other parts of the ear, including the auditory nerve. This hearing test is usually performed on newborn babies and special children to detect deafness. It can also be used on adults to test for hearing loss and detect other hearing disorders such as central auditory processing disorders (CAPD) or auditory neuropathy (AN).


Other services provided at Echo Hearing Solutions include:

  • Fine tuning of hearing instruments
  • After-sales service and repair
  • Mould and shell production (ear pieces made to comfortably fit the individual's ear)
  • Home visits for elderly / senior citizens


Hearing technology has evolved tremendously in the past and continues to develop at a fast pace. From analog hearing aids (providing an equal amount of amplification across frequencies and operated with a volume control) in the past, hearing instruments available today are built on digital technologies that allow:

  • Varying levels of amplification (gain) across different frequencies depending on the individual's unique hearing loss
  • Possibilities of much higher amplification, i.e. much softer sounds that were earlier impossible to bring within the individual's hearing range are now audible
  • Sound from higher frequencies to be mapped to lower frequencies
  • Solutions to previously common complaints regarding wind echo, occlusion (feeling plugged up), extremely loud and jarring sounds
  • Digital technology today is available with wireless solutions such as Bluetooth that enable compatibility with mobile phones, television watching, easy listening in large social events (parties or conference room discussions), and many others.
Although all hearing instruments contain the same parts to carry sound from the environment into your ear,they do come in a number of styles. These styles differ in size and the way they're placed in your ear. Some are small enough to fit inside your ear canal, making them almost invisible. Others fit partially in your ear canal. Generally, the smaller a hearing aid is, the less powerful it is, the shorter its battery life and the more it'll cost.


Is useful for all types of hearing loss including severe to profound
Is the largest, most visible type of hearing aid, though some new versions are smaller, streamlined and barely visible
Is capable of more amplification than are other hearing aid styles
It is suitable for all age groups. But generally used in children


Ultra thin tubing is virtually invisible which is connected to a very small housing that rests behind the ear


RIC type of hearing aids are the smallest instruments in BTE category


These instruments are made to fit in the external ear


Is useful for mild-to-moderate type of hearing loss
Is less visible in the ear
Is easy to use with the telephone
May not fit well in smaller ears


Is useful only in mild to moderate hearing loss
Is the least noticeable in the ear
Is less likely to pick up wind noise because the ear protects the instrument
Easy to use for telephonic conversations
Uses smaller batteries, which typically don't last as long as larger batteries
Doesn't contain extra features, such as volume control or directional microphones
Not advisable for young children


Audio Service


Audio Service has been developing hearing systems for 40 years. Their experts in research, development and production are constantly on the lookout for innovations that can improve the listening experience even further. Your wishes and individual needs are paramount in this process.



Phonak International was founded in 1947. The company, which is headquartered in Switzerland, offers both pediatric and adult hearing solutions through an extensive network of international distributors.



Signia Hearing Aids is the United States division of Sivantos Group, a Singaporean company that provides hearing instruments and services to people in more than 120 countries.



Starkey Hearing Technologies focuses on innovative products and was first to introduce nanotechnology to hearing aids. As the only privately held American-owned hearing aid company, they maintain a global network.



Unitron is a hearing aid company that was founded in 1964. Headquartered in Waterloo, Canada, the company now has 20 international offices, and it designs and manufactures hearing aids for customers of all ages.



Beltone is a hearing aid company founded in 1940 and is now headquartered in Glenview, Illinois. Beltone products are sold in the United States, Canada, and over 40 countries across the globe.



Widex A/S is the world’s sixth largest hearing aid manufacturer. In close collaboration with international audiological researchers and specialists, the company has developed a wide range of digital hearing aid. They introduced the world's first commercially available 100% digital in-the-ear hearing aid in 1995.



ReSound is part of The GN Group, the global leader in intelligent audio solutions that let you hear more, do more and be more than you ever thought possible. Since 1943, ReSound has improved the quality of life for people with hearing loss, their families and friends.


  • Myth: "Hearing aids create new problems without solving the old ones"

    Truth: Just because a family member, acquaintance or friend doesn't like his hearing aid, doesn't mean that everyone has problems with them. Choose a digital hearing aid with the latest technology and take advice from a hearing professional. You will get a great deal of pleasure from your hearing aid.

  • Myth: "Hearing aids are much too expensive"

    Truth: Hearing aids are technologically advanced electronic devices. They represent a significant financial investment. This is especially true if you don't have insurance that can cover part of the cost. So make sure you have your hearing professional show you a range of devices in different price categories.

  • Myth: "Hearing aids are complicated"

    Truth: Modern digital hearing aids are much simpler to operate than earlier models. The devices automatically recognize whether you are in a room or on the move outdoors and adjust the volume accordingly. Analog devices, on which you were always having to press one button or another, are a thing of the past.

  • Myth: "If you wear a hearing aid, background noises sound much too loud"

    Truth: Old, analog devices did in fact amplify all noises. This meant that background noises were often uncomfortably loud. Modern digital devices amplify what you want to hear and reliably filter out background noises.

  • Myth: "Hearing aids whistle in your ear"

    Truth: Modern digital devices eliminate the whistling just as reliably as they do annoying background noises. They ensure maximum hearing comfort in every situation.

  • Myth: "I don't need a hearing aid"

    Truth: Many people deceive themselves and those around them out of a sense of false pride. They reduce their quality of life and become a burden upon friends and family members because there is a great deal that they can no longer properly understand. Early intervention makes sense and protects the brain against long-term damage. Take a hearing test and consult with a hearing professional. You will be amazed at the difference and kick yourself for not having taken this step much earlier.

  • Myth: "A hearing aid will make me look old!"

    Truth: Hearing loss has nothing to do with age. Today more and more young people are suffering from hearing loss. This may be because they have listened to loud music for too long, for example. Modern hearing aids are increasingly becoming trendy accessories. They can be small and discreet or bright and eye-catching, so they fit in perfectly with every lifestyle.



    REMOVE EARWAX: Even though many sophisticated hearing aids have wax repellent features or nano coating, it is still important to remove earwax from hearing aid to prevent temporary malfunction or permanent damage. When you purchase your hearing aids, you should receive cleaning tool. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cleaning you hearing aids. If you cannot remove all the earwax, your hearing professional can help.

    WHEN YOU REMOVE YOUR HEARING AIDS AT NIGHT WIPE THEM WITH A DRY SOFT CLOTH. Do not use alcohol swabs or cleaning solvents on the hearing aids as they can break down the hearing aid material.


    When not in use, keep your hearing aids away from heat and moisture and store them in a dry and cool place. Ask your hearing specialist about a dehumidifying box for storage. These boxes are designed to safely and effectively remove moisture that can corrode sensitive circuitry. Be sure to take the batteries out of the hearing aids before palcing them in the dehumidifying box.

    Leave the battery door open to preserve battery when not in use.


    While some new hearing aids today are designed to be water resistant, don't wear your hearing aids:

    In the shower or sauna


    When using a hair dryer

    Until you have applied hair products or other spray

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