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audiologist in toronto?

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i want to order a pair of livewires, and they said i should be able to find a price of about $30 for the pair of impressions. after calling a few i get quotes of between $100 and $200 for the set! any one find a better deal in or around the gta? thanks for any help.
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i want to order a pair of livewires, and they said i should be able to find a price of about $30 for the pair of impressions. after calling a few i get quotes of between $100 and $200 for the set! any one find a better deal in or around the gta? thanks for any help.
yup. 1/2 of the audiologist in Toronto are half assed rejects, my friend has been recently calling around in Toronto to find an audiologist around in Toronto too. (we both live in scarborough, i got my impressions done at waterloo, cause im up there studying)

basically, most of the ones that he called either said that the price is about 40-60$, but then they dont allow you to take their impressions because they are afraid ur gonna go to another "store" to make cheap hearing aids and w/e. you have to basically BUY their molds and monitors that they offer there (which is about 100-200$)

Theres one that I dont think my friend called yet, and thats the one that UE has on their site for Toronto.

340 College Street suite 340
416-96-MUSIC
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ha! guess what - after i posted this thread a guy called me back - musicians' clinic of canada - marshall chasin AuD. he said he'd only be around til 3:30pm and tomorrow morning - but hey he's around the corner from me - at 340 college st. suite 340, 416-96-MUSIC.

so i popped over, got the impressions, got my hearing checked and sent them to california. $35! ($20 for the express postage).

awesome!

hopefully anyone in the gta looking for an audiologist will find this.

he even gave me the book he wrote on preventing hearing loss.
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ah ha, like i posted, the same place!
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I am going there right away!  Thanks guys!

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For those looking for this, this clinic is still active and still have very good prices and the best service!

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Update. Clinic is still active. $50 for both ears. Wednesday and Thursday. Can call to make an appointment or walk in if early enough on Thursday.
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Any other feedback for the college street one? Did anyone have issues with their impressions?
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