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Take the Online Hearing Test from the comfort of your home, it's free, and you'll receive your results within minutes. Do I have hearing loss? This question is more common than you might think. With Key Hearing Aids, you can take the quick 5-minute frequency hearing test online to find out if you might have hearing loss and what to do as a next step.

How to prepare for the test

Make sure you are aware of your hearing level

Our online hearing test checks if your left and your right ear are able to hear high and low frequency tones. By letting you listen to different frequency tones and spoken words, the test examines your level of hearing. If a possible hearing loss is detected, you can find a nearby hearing care professional for further consultation with the help of our quick and easy online Practice Locator.

Online Hearing Test FAQ

A hearing test measures the sensitivity of a person’s hearing across the range of speech, from low frequency to high frequency hearing.


The hearing test establishes the person’s ability to identify different tones, including in noisy environments where it can be difficult to understand a conversation partner even for people without hearing loss.


While the results of our online hearing test are not intended to replace an official diagnosis, they provide a useful first indication.


If there is a need for action, a qualified hearing care professional can perform a diagnosis in a full hearing examination, known as an audiogram.

Online hearing tests such as this free 5-minute test from Key Hearing Aids are a great first step to finding out whether you might need to address an issue with your hearing.   Following this quick and easy initial finding, you can get the expert help and support you might need from a qualified hearing care professional.

Yes. It is especially useful to have a free online hearing test like this one to give you a first indication whether you need to address your hearing loss.


You can do so from the comfort of your own home – all you need for the online hearing test is your computer or smartphone and a pair of headphones or AirPods.

Your aural health is important, especially if you are frequently exposed to loud/high-pitched noises. Getting your hearing tested can identify problems with your hearing before they start to affect your life.


Hearing loss can lead to a number of social, emotional, and mental repercussions if left untreated.


It can result in cognitive impairment as certain parts of the brain deteriorate without aural stimulation and the brain overcompensates for gaps in hearing, leading to problems with concentration and fatigue.

Even though our online hearing test is a good first step and can provide insights into your hearing ability, it cannot ensure that your listening conditions are optimal, so the results are not completely reliable. Online hearing tests are not able to provide a medical diagnosis or identify the type of hearing loss. Only a certified hearing professional can assess your hearing accurately.
Yes, because environments and equipment used can vary widely, factors such as faulty headphones, poor performing speakers, and noisy environments could skew the test results. We recommend booking a complimentary audiometric hearing test with one of our hearing professionals to measure your hearing accurately.
Use our Practice Locator to find a hearing center near you and book a complimentary hearing test. Our hearing tests are FREE for those 18 and older.

Yes, our online hearing test is free. Simply fill in your contact information to get your results emailed to you and your free hearing test will begin.

The online hearing test only takes about five minutes.

No, only a certified hearing professional can properly assess your hearing and make appropriate recommendations. Our Hearing Aid Consultations are FREE and you can schedule an appointment at one of our practice locations.
Yes. You can have tinnitus without having a hearing loss, but the ringing in your ears, (or buzzing, hissing, or whirring), can make it difficult to hear during the test. You should book a hearing appointment to see what tinnitus treatment options are available to you.
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