Guest post written by Clarence Jones
My wife and I are huge music lovers and regularly attend concerts of all kinds. We’ve probably been to hundreds together in our 40-plus years of marriage. We have a hard time justifying paying top dollar for seats up in the front of the venue, though, because they’re so expensive! That’s why when we go out, we try to sit closer to the back, where seats are about half-price, which has never been a problem until recently.
Over the last few months, I’ve noticed that the sound is getting less and less crisp from the back of the concert halls.
Well, when I was driving back home from a business trip last week, I saw a sign for Miracle Ear hearing aids Austin Texas. I remembered having those hearing issues at concerts, which prompted me to check out hearing aid locations in GA when I returned home.
I got my hearing tested a nearby location, and was told I definitely needed a hearing aid. I liked the feel of the digital hearing aid better, so I went with that—and so far, it’s been fantastic. Now at concerts I hear just as well (if not better!) than the high-rolling folks in the front row.