Founded in 1947, Phonak is a member of the Sonova Group. Headquartered near Zurich, Switzerland, with U.S. headquarters in suburban Chicago, Phonak’s extensive network of distributors and subsidiaries represents more than 100 countries. Phonak hearing aids cost about $1,100 to $3,000 per unit.
Phonak recently received top honors and awards for developing the world’s first hearing aid to combine universal Bluetooth connectivity, lithium-ion rechargeability, direct binaural streaming, integrated telecoil, and integrated RogerDirect technology in one device.
Phonak AutoSense OS is a hearing technology that accurately captures and analyzes your sound environment. It then precisely blends features from multiple programs in real-time to provide a seamless listening experience. It features the adaptive SoundRecover2 and improved comprehension of soft speech.
Phonak is also considered an industry leader in pediatric hearing care, with innovations including the Roger Pen and in-classroom radio FM technology. Designed specifically for children and teens, AutoSense Sky OS helps youngsters adjust to classroom or playground sounds, listen to music, and converse with friends.
Binaural VoiceStream Technology streams the full audio bandwidth in real-time and bi-directionally, addressing challenging listening situations by simulating how the brain handles sounds from both ears.
In-the-Ear (ITE): These hearing aids are encased in custom-made hard plastic cases that sit in your outer ear. They are relatively small and discreet, but large enough to accommodate advanced features such as ear-to-ear communication. Appropriate for moderate to severe hearing loss.
Phonak hearing aids include many high-tech features that have become increasingly common in contemporary hearing aids, including:
Roger Select products utilize innovative MultiBeam Technology specifically designed to help boost hearing performance and allow you to hear voices from any direction in the room.
Phonak direct connectivity hearing aids offer universal connectivity to most Bluetooth cell phones, regardless of the brand or operating system. This enables hearing aids to function as a wireless headset for hands-free calls and also turns them into wireless TV headphones.
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