Ear to Hear in Quincy

520 N. 30th,
Quincy, IL 62301

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Our Quincy office is located on 30th street, just three blocks north of Broadway street. Our office is situated on the east side of 30th street street in a tan colored building.

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Hearing Aids at Ear to Hear in Quincy

We offer a variety of hearing aids in all styles and from the major hearing aid manufacturers. At Ear To Hear, we offer hearing aids from Signia, Widex, Resound, Phonak, Unitron, Starkey and more. 

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Signia (formerly siemens)

The Signia hearing aid brand (formerly known as Siemens hearing instruments) is owned by Sivantos, the same company that owns HearUSA, Rexton and more. Their most current product is the NX line of hearing aids that include the Signia Charge & Go, as well as the Silk invisible hearing aid. 


Widex is a Danish hearing aids company, long known for their exceptional sound quality. Their most current hearing aid, the Widex Evoke, is the first hearing aid to utilize machine learning technology. 


ReSound hearing aids are part of the GN Nord Store conglomerate. They are credited with making one of the first open-fit hearing aids (the Resound Air). Their latest hearing aid is the LiNX 3D, a made-for-iPhone hearing aid. 


The Phonak brand of hearing aids is part of the Sonova congolmerate, which also owns Unitron. They have long been known as an innovative company in the space. They currently have a lineup that features their popular and flexible line of Audeo RIC hearing aids. 


Unitron is owned by the same company that owns Phonak and they are headquartered in Canada. Their flagship product is the Moxi All, which is both rechargeable and connects to smartphones. 


Starkey is the only major American-owned hearing aid manufacturer left. Owned by Bill Austin, they are also associated with the Starkey Hearing Foundation, which gives away hearing aids to those in developing countries.

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Hearing Services at Ear to Hear in Quincy

Ear to Hear is a hearing aid center offering hearing aid fitting services and free hearing tests and Otoscopic exams. As an independent hearing aid dispensary, Ear to Hear is proud to serve the residents of Quincy for all of their hearing health needs.

Hearing aid fittings

We can fit and program hearing aids from almost any manufacturer. Our hearing aid fittings are backed by local service, a factory warranty, and a risk-free guarantee. 

hearing aid repair

We can repair almost any make and model of hearing aid. If your hearing aid isn’t working properly, bring it in to Ear to Hear for a comprehensive inspection. 

hearing tests

In addition to hearing aid services, we also offer free hearing aid exams to the public. Not sure if you have a hearing loss? Then come in to one of our hearing aid offices today for a complete check-up!

Treating Hearing Loss

Here in Quincy, Illinois, with a large number of residents who are veterans and who work in production, hearing loss is very much a reality. Approximately 60% of the US workforce experiences some degree of hearing loss, and 60% of veterans who have returned from combat zones report cases of hearing loss and tinnitus (“ringing of the ear”). Hearing loss is the third most common medical condition in the United States, affecting about 48 million Americans. Unfortunately, because it is an invisible condition, people do not often recognize that they have a hearing loss until much later. The Hearing Loss Association of America estimates that people wait an average of seven years between the time they first experience changes in their hearing abilities and the time they decide to seek treatment.
The first step to treating hearing loss is having your hearing tested. At the Quincy Ear to Hear location, we provide free comprehensive hearing tests and otoscopic exams. Addressing hearing loss early is an important part of maintaining your overall health and well-being. The benefits of treating hearing loss are numerous – from improved cognitive abilities to higher earning power.

A Gem of the Midwest: Quincy, Illinois

Nicknamed “Gem City,” Quincy, Illinois is truly a crossroads of American history. Situated on the banks of the Mississippi River in western Illinois, Quincy was originally settled by the Illiniwek, Sauk, Fox and Kickapoo tribes, before it was colonized by the French. French settlers such as Louis Jolliet, Jacques Marquette, and the La Salle Expeditions all moved through the area, expanding the fur trade and developing the Mississippi River as a means of transport downstream.
In 1763, the French lost control of the Illinois Territory to Great Britain. After the American Revolutionary War, the Illinois Territory became a part of the newly formed United States. Following the War of 1812, western expansion lead to the founding of Bluffs, Illinois – the original name of Quincy. In 1825, Bluffs renamed the town Quincy and the county Adams, after President John Quincy Adams.
Throughout the 19th century, Quincy was an important transportation hub, both for ground (railroads) and water (steamboats). Between 1850 and 1870, the town expanded by 14,000 residents. Quincy’s location, bordering Missouri, made it an important stop on the Underground Railroad on the way to Chicago. Quincy, Illinois was also the debate location for the sixth Senatorial debate in 1858 between US Senator Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln, who met again in Quincy for the 1860 debate.
Throughout the 19th century, Quincy grew with the arrival of new immigrants coming from New England, bringing progressive values on public education and abolitionism. The South Side German Historic District is a remnant of this time, as well as Quincy University, founded by Franciscan friars.

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Quincy, Illinois Today

Despite a number of ups and downs in the 20th century, Quincy continues to thrive, voted as an “All America City,” and as a participant in the Tree USA program. Quincy has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as the eighth “Best Small City to Raise a Family.” Even with its deep roots in history, Quincy continues to thrive, with a relatively young population: the median age is 39 years old. At the same time, Quincy is home to a large number of military personnel, with veterans from the wars in Vietnam and the Gulf, and World War II.
The most common jobs in Quincy are in administration, sales, and production. Other industries include the sciences and the arts, and service. Ear to Hear is proud to be a member of the Quincy business community, with a brick and mortar storefront to provide professional hearing health services.