Phonak Hearing Aids

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About Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak is one of the leading developers of hearing aids, manufactured by Sovona and based in Switzerland. The hearing aids come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with newer technologies being developed to provide more accuracy than ever before while still maintaining ease-of-use and affordability. 

Phonak technology and innovation


Phonak hearing aids are a great option for those who don’t want the hassle of changing old fiddly disposable batteries. With a rechargeable Phonak hearing aid that comes with its own charging case, you can charge your aids when they need it most.

Connect via Bluetooth

Connecting to a device with Bluetooth® provides you the convenience of being hands-free while having conversations, listening to music and podcasts as well adjusting your hearing aid settings on any smartphone that has this feature.

AutoSense Os™ 

AutoSense OS has the ability to identify what sound environment you are in and then adjust accordingly. It can pick up on things like restaurant noise or concert hall ambiance, incorporating multiple features to develop more clarity when needed most!

Binaural VoiceStream Technology™

This technology assists AutoSense OS to work effectively by linking both your hearing devices together, allowing for clear speech in any environment no matter how noisy it may be.

Which Phonak Hearing Aid Is Right For Me?

Phonak hearing aids come in a variety of styles and colors to suit your needs. The Phonak Audéo™ Marvel 2.0 range features a clear and rich sound experience, as well as modern technology to produce a great solution for those with mild to moderate hearing loss. The Phonak Audéo™ Paradise collection was built on the success of the Marvel range, with a very similar physical design but uses a brand new chip called PRISM, offering more power and lower power consumption. 

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