Starkey 3 Series Hearing Aids

Models, Reviews, Prices, and More

65% score based on 27 reviews

About Starkey 3 Series

The Starkey 3 Series is a family of hearing aids that includes at least 6 unique models and 5 unique technology levels . Models include the 3 Series RIC 312, the 3 Series CIC, the 3 Series ITC, the 3 Series ITE, the 3 Series mini BTE, and the 3 Series BTE 13. Technology levels include the 3 Series i110, the 3 Series i90, the 3 Series i70, the 3 Series i30, and the 3 Series i20.

Starkey 3 Series Models

Starkey 3 Series RIC 312

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series RIC 312

11 reviews

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series RIC 312 has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series CIC

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series CIC

5 reviews

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series CIC has a push button and uses size 10 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series ITC

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series ITC

0 reviews

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series ITC has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series ITE

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series ITE

5 reviews

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series ITE has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 13 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series mini BTE

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series mini BTE

1 review

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series mini BTE has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series BTE 13

Professionally-fitted hearing aid

Starkey 3 Series BTE 13

5 reviews

Release Date: 16 July 2013

The Starkey 3 Series BTE 13 has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 13 hearing aid batteries.

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Starkey 3 Series Model Comparison

Starkey 3 Series RIC 312 Starkey 3 Series CIC Starkey 3 Series ITC Starkey 3 Series ITE Starkey 3 Series mini BTE Starkey 3 Series BTE 13
Starkey 3 Series RIC 312 Starkey 3 Series CIC Starkey 3 Series ITC Starkey 3 Series ITE Starkey 3 Series mini BTE Starkey 3 Series BTE 13
Rating
65%

11 reviews

61%

5 reviews

0%

0 reviews

56%

5 reviews

95%

1 review

71%

5 reviews

Bluetooth® Audio Protocol
  • Accessory required
Protocol
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Protocol
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Protocol
  • Accessory required
Protocol
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Protocol
  • Accessory required
Disposable Batteries Battery Size
312
Battery Size
10
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
13
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
13
Hands-Free Calling Protocol
  • Accessory required
Protocol
  • Accessory required
Protocol
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Protocol
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Protocol
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Protocol
  • Accessory required
Push Button
Telecoil
Volume Control
Accessories

Model details listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Starkey 3 Series Technology Level Comparison

Starkey 3 Series i20 Starkey 3 Series i30 Starkey 3 Series i70 Starkey 3 Series i90 Starkey 3 Series i110
Price $ $$ $$$ $$$$ $$$$$
Rating
55%

1 review

54%

4 reviews

63%

5 reviews

63%

6 reviews

72%

11 reviews

Directionality
Unavailable for CIC
Adjustment Synchronization

Technology specifications listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Starkey 3 Series Accessories

SurfLink Media

SurfLink Mobile

SurfLink Remote

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Starkey 3 Series Reviews

Hearing aid reviews are fundamentally different from reviews for most other consumer electronic products. The reason is because individual factors, like degree of hearing loss, have a profound effect one's success and overall satisfaction with the product. When purchasing a hearing aid, you'll need to consider more than just your hearing outcome ... Continue reading

Review the Starkey 3 Series

Overall Ratings

Hearing Tracker uses a ten-question survey to assess consumer feedback on hearing aids. The percentage bars below reflect the average ratings provided per question, averaged across all hearing aids belonging to this family of devices.
Note: Original answers provided in star rating format.

Benefit in Quiet
Benefit in Noise
Benefit on the Phone
Clear and Natural
Music Improvement
Physical Comfort
Reliability
Feedback
Hearing Improvement
Value
David G
David G 12 June 2019

The hearing aids do a pretty good job with amplifying back ground noises (voices included). My big complaint is they do a poor job with face to face conversations, while on the phone and when in meetings where I really need them the most!

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 30 December 2018

When they are serviced they work well. I have trouble doing any more than replacing the battery. I’m 99 years old. My eyesight and dexterity have seen better days.

Uwe S
Uwe S 03 December 2018

The hearing aid I wear is a good one. But it has problems in discussion in groups, envirement with noises and to listen music.

Toni
Toni 28 October 2018

still problems with wind/air noises and in also in noisy environments

Rufus  T
Rufus T 07 November 2018

I work in a very noisy environment including a hospital emergency room and ICU. There are alarms sounding constantly. I can hear everything EXCEPT human speech. I hear the sounds of my own footsteps and my own voice (too loud), I can hear myself chewing gum, I can hear gears in my car that I never knew were there but when it comes to people's voices forget it. I have to remove them each time I use my stethoscope. I still have a very hard time in one-on-on conversations if there is the slightest background noise and in a restaurant forget it. I used to play guitar but I can't hear the instrument even with my hearing aids in. I have worn Starkey in-the-canals for 4 years and now I am thinking of buying a pair of Livio AI (2400?) for around $5000. ($7000 minus $2000 trade in for my current pair). This time I will definitely NOY keep them unless my hearing is significantly improved.

Michelle B
Michelle B 23 September 2018

I would say I am still trying to get help and get a cochcular implant because my hearing aids do not help me anymore very much.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 14 August 2018

Dissatisfied generally, I thought there would be much more improvement in my hearing, but, all that's improved, is I can hear birdsong and wind noise, prior to using them, I could only pick up vowels, missing the consenants completely.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 14 August 2018

****This is a review for the Starkey Wi Series i90. These hearing aids were purchased seven years ago, and cannot be adjusted to my current hearing loss, so a current rating is not very accurate. However, I have had problems with them since day one. One of the hearing aids would sometimes just not work, even with a new battery. Over time that one would work sometimes, but not others. I spoke to the audiologist about whether I should return the problematic one, but we never did that. After the aids were out of warranty, an audiologist was trying to clean one of them, and broke it, requiring that it be sent back to the manufacturer. I was required to pay the $260 fee. Before these hearing aids I had Phonaks for 5 years, and never had any issues with them. I would never buy Starkeys again.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 23 September 2018

I compare the customer service of PHS to that of the gold standard - Nordstrom's. I have been a patient at PHS for many years. Even though my earlier hearing aids were primitive by today's standards, Dr. Gyl and her staff worked with me, trying several different types until we found one that worked. Today, my Starkey in-the-canal digital devices provide crystal clear hearing. The accompanying remote device allows me to change settings including volume that would have otherwise required an office visit. Tony at PHS can even make certain adjustments over the phone. I had a question about one of the functions and Vivianna in the lab researched the answer and called me right back. Whether you call it "5-star" or "top shelf" - it doesn't get any better. I would not be able to function in my job without the people, products, and service of PHS.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 14 August 2018

I was trying to volume up by my professional but it had nothing to work on clear and natural sound. So I prefer to use large hearing aid to hear speech well.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 14 August 2018

The hearing aid are okay but i would like some better ones.

Shawn L
Shawn L 14 August 2018

It's good just wish the batteries lasted longer...

Jim PO118 F
Jim PO118 F 09 August 2016

I don't realize I am wearing them and they were very easy to get used to. I also like how they blend in, my grandchildren did not even notice them for a few day. I am still adjusting to hearing fans and wind blowing along with the the features for crowds and noisy locations, I have experimented with the volume controls and that seems helpful.

Consumer Member
Consumer Member 11 April 2016

I have a poor quality in hearing in my senior meetings and noisy restaurants, at a table I can hear the person across or next to me ,but not the person next to the one opposite,I just feel like I dont want to socialize anymore .

Rudy D
Rudy D 19 February 2016

I've been enjoying these aids since I got them. It is a vast improvement from the last one. It has changed my life immensely. My personal favorite is the blue tooth setup and remote control. It is amazing on the features which I using daily. It's a joy to use especially listening to music and talking on the phone. The programs can be set for various environments and they work very well. The only annoying part is that the batteries only last about 4-5 days so I carry extra batteries with me all of the time.

Anonymous
Anonymous 17 February 2016

I had two pair of Starkey Hearing Aids and then purchased a different brand only to go back to Starkey again. They seem to be the best for me.

Sharon A
Sharon A 21 November 2014

I have not had these a month yet and really enjoying how much better that I hear now than with the old technology.

Armando M
Armando M 07 October 2014

I hear much better when I use them, mostly for TV listening....

Garry G
Garry G 07 October 2014

These help some, but I still have trouble understanding speech in a noisy environment.

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Consumer Member
Consumer Member 27 December 2016
Getting interference - sounds like tv or radio noise in the unit. The user doesn't hear it because their hearing is so bad. The sounds can be heard throughout the room by those that have normal hearing. Where do you start to isolate this problem?
Consumer Member
Consumer Member 10 April 2017
Some i110 are labeled 3 series, some are not. Why?
Consumer Member
Consumer Member 26 November 2018

I have had hearing aids all my life im 33 and seems like some hearing aids work better than others. I currently have 3 hearing aids 2 for left and 1 for right the right one i cant hardly hear out of the aid itself and it works when it wants to other wise it makes a screeching sound all the time. my left one seems way to loud and wind bothers my hearing when outside and in noisey places i hear almost nothing but static or just completey complications with the speech issues reading lips is hard work as it is i have moderate to severe hearing loss i figured the hearing aids would be more like my oticon hearing aids now they worked so good and canceled the wind and loud noise issues. and i could stream them to my cell phone. but the current aids which are the 3 series seems to pick up more noise than comfort of the ears. ive probably been with almost all hearing aid companys in my life time i like starkey dont get me wrong but they could learn a lesson on how to adjust them correctly to fit hearing loss rather than to pick up all noises. i want clearaty and to be able to actually understand speech again. ive had my hearing tested it hasnt changed over the years been the same. but certain places tell me oh its in your mind that you only hear noises through the aid that arent there lol i guess that mean i hear the wind when im inside watching tv. lol. but i do hope to soon get one of the new aids on the market either through starkey or oticon they are probably the best companies out there acutually willing to work with their patients unlike beltone and miracle ear. dont go with them cause they tend to want only money for hearing aids that dont work. the resound i tried i couldnt hear a thing at least with starkey and oticon i can hear but slighty dont hear ph and ch and fh cause to me they all sound the same through my hearing aids. for the loved one who is in  need of hearing aids i would suggest those two companies and not only that if you have low income they work with you on payment plans and also they have the starkey foundations hear now program its cheap and they are top quality i got my hearing aids almost 5 years ago through the hear now program and i love being able to hear but i think its almost time for new ones. the program is very helpful and they are kind caring and sweet people and they work with each patient individually to help them.

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