Introduction Chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients face multiple complications. One of them is involvement of the auditory system and it deserves more attention than is paid by the current approaches as hearing loss has major repercussions on the quality of life. Early detection can prevent further deterioration of hearing and improve the quality of life of patients suffering from CKD. Material and methods The high frequency (8–18 kHz) audiometry with pure tones was performed in 82 patients with CKD and compared with age and sexes matched healthy control group of 90 patients. Individual ear were used for statistical calculations. Results This study clearly observed that the hearing thresholds for frequencies 8–18 kHz increased in CKD patients when compared to sex and aged matched healthy control group, the thresholds significantly increased in CKD with diabetes mellitus as compared to nondiabetic with CKD. The high frequency thresholds significantly increased in patients on hemodialysis, and were significantly correlated with age, stage of CKD and duration of CKD. Conclusion This study highlights the presence of high frequency (8–18 kHz) hearing loss in patients of CKD. The severity is significantly correlated with age, stage and duration of CKD.