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Phonak is one of the world’s largest manufacturer’s of hearing aids. It’s headquarters are based in Switzerland and it is part of the large Sonova group. Phonak has been manufacturing hearing aids for over 60 years.

Phonak develops a full range of digital hearing aids and are committed to improving the lives of the hearing impaired around the world.

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Below you will find a description of Phonak’s latest hearing aids. Each product family is available in a range of technology levels to suit your lifestyle and budget.

Marvel Audeo

**Latest Technology**

Phonak Marvel Hearing Aid Sydney

The newest member of the Phonak portfolio is called Marvel. Phonak refer to Marvel as ‘Love At First Sound’ due to its clear, rich sound quality and improved first fit acceptance, full Bluetooth connectivity to any Smartphone, rechargeable battery option and smart apps.

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Virto B Titanium

Phonak Invisible In Canal

The Virto B Titanium hearing aid system is Phonak’s premium offering in the invisible in canal (IIC) range. It is constructed out of medical grade titanium meaning it is incredibly durable and its thinner shell means it can now fit more ears than ever before

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Bolero B

Phonak Bolero B-M

Released in 2017, Bolero is a member of the Phonak Belong family of hearing aids. Bolero is available as a slim tube Behind-the-Ear (BTE) style of hearing aid which is a discreet option for those wanting a conventional BTE style. Bolero is also available as a rechargeable Lithium Ion option for ultimate convenience.

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CROS hearing aid technology is the best option for those that experience ‘single sided deafness’, and as a result their ear with the poorest hearing is unable to have a conventional hearing aid fitted. The audiologist at Focus Hearing have a unique understanding of this condition and can help you appreciate the benefits of Phonak’s new CROS B technology.
When CROS B is fitted with an Audeo B device on the better ear, you are able to hear speech clearly no matter which direction it originates from, even of it is from the side with no hearing. This is due to Phonak’s unique Binaural VoiceStream Technology. Furthermore, the StereoZoom technology available with the B90 and B70 technology levels, allows those with single sided deafness to hear significantly better in background noise.

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Naida B (Power)

Naida B is Phonak’s high power range of BTE hearing aids for severe to profound hearing losses. With the release of the Naida B, the Belong family of hearing aids from Phonak is now complete. Naida B incorporates Phonak’s Belong platform technology with the unique Binaural VoiceStream Technology.

Naida B is available in three styles: a rechargeable RIC style, Ultra Power and Super Power BTE. The power slim tube option enhances its cosmetic appeal.

Naida B is dust and water resistant, and is available in a wide range of colours to match your hair or skin tones, or bright colours to make a statement. Naida B is also compatible with Phonak’s Wireless Communication Portfolio including Roger

Wireless Communication Portfolio

Wireless Communication Portfolio

The Phonak Wireless Communication Portfolio enables clients to hear more in challenging listening situations – on the phone, watching TV, in noisy places and more. Speak to your Focus Hearing audiologist to see how Phonak’s accessories can take your hearing aids to the next level of performance.

Phonak ComPilot II

ComPilot II

The Phonak Wireless Communication Portfolio enables clients to hear more in challenging listening situations – on the phone, watching TV, in noisy places and more. Speak to your Focus Hearing audiologist to see how Phonak’s accessories can take your hearing aids to the next level of performance.

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Phonak ComPilot Air

ComPilot Air

The ComPilot Air is a smaller, slimmer option for the ComPilot II. It has all the same functionality as the ComPilot II, but in a smaller model and without the neckloop. It has an in-built clip for easy wearing. However, the smaller design has less streaming hours on a single charge (4 hours) when compared to the ComPilot II. The ComPilot Air is only compatible with the latest Venture hearing aid platform from Phonak.

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Phonak EasyCall

Phonak EasyCall

The new EasyCall from Phonak attaches to any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone from any manufacturer, and streams directly to both hearing aids at the same time. You simply hold the phone as you normally would and enjoy the crystal clear sound quality and understanding. EasyCall is also available in an integrated protective case for the most popular Smartphones on the market (iPhone and Samsung Galaxy). EasyCall is only compatible with the latest Venture platform hearing aids from Phonak.

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Phonak RemoteMic

Phonak RemoteMic

When combined with either a ComPilot II or ComPilot Air, the RemoteMic acts as a remote microphone which allows the speakers voice to be wirelessly streamed to the user’s hearing aids. The RemoteMic is capable of transmitting over a distance of 20 metres which can significantly improve the ability to hear of distance or in background noise.

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Phonak TVLink

Phonak TVLink

When the TVLink is used in conjunction with either the ComPilot II or ComPilot Air, the audio signal from your television or home stereo is wirelessly streamed directly to both hearing aids. It has a range of up to 30 metres, which allows you to hear the TV dialogue whilst moving around the home.

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Phonak Remote Control

Phonak PilotOne II

The PilotOne II is a simple and small remote control allowing for discreet control of your hearing aid settings such as volume or program changes.

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Free Online Hearing Test

Hearing tests check a person’s ability to hear the loudness and pitch of sounds. Some reasons why you may need a hearing test include ringing in your ears, others complaining that you talk too loud or watch the TV on high volume, or simply you have trouble hearing conversations.

While there’s no replacement for a consultation with a hearing-care expert, our free online hearing screening can provide some quick and useful feedback about your hearing. The screening should be carried out in quite space and all you need is a pair of headphones!

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