Phonak Audeo B – Phonak’s own versions of the very popular Open Ear Technology based on the brand new Belong chipset. (Also known as RIC, RIE, RITE hearing aids). These hearing aids are so very neat and well designed, they are to all intents and purposes invisible on the ear.
They have a fitting range that makes them suitable for almost all types and levels of hearing loss and come with four levels of technology, at entry level we have the Audeo B30, at mid range we have the Audeo B50, at advanced level we have the Audeo B70, and at premium level the Audeo B90.
Within the Audeo B range of hearing aids there is a rechargeable option at all levels apart from B30.
Now you can enjoy the freedom and confidence of knowing that your Phonak rechargeable hearing aids are conveniently charged and ready to take you through long days… no fiddly batteries!
Phonak rechargeable hearing aids are the quickest charging, longest lasting rechargeable hearing aids on the market. In fact, they give you 24 hours of hearing with a 3-hour charge.
If you’re in a rush, you can rely on a short 30-minute charge to give you up to 6 hours of full performance. Plus, they come with easy-to-use smart charging options, to charge up wherever you are, without having to worry about running out of power.
Also, we have Phonak Audeo B-Direct, the world’s first hearing aid that allows you to connect directly to any Bluetooth phone. It doesn’t matter if you use iOS, Android or any other mobile phone. You can pair your hearing aids to your mobile phone and start taking calls – it’s that easy! No intermediary neckloop device required.
Phonak Audeo B-Direct functions just like a Bluetooth wireless headset by using its built-in microphones to pick up your voice for phone calls. Now you can hear the phone ringing directly in your hearing aids.
You also have the option to answer or reject calls with the simple push of a button on your Audeo B-Direct. Even if you’re on the other side of the room, you don’t have to reach for your phone – that’s what you call truly hands-free!
The Phonak Audeo B is available in a wide range of colours and models to match all tastes and needs. Phonak Audeo B comes with housings reinforced with high-tech composite materials for extra durability – including the Phonak Audeo B-10 model – the smallest RIC in the range comes with Binaural VoiceStream Technology and a push button.
Phonak Audeo B’s unique Binaural VoiceStream Technology detects the speech signal and ensures that you can hear it clearly. This means that you will understand more in more difficult listening situations.
Phonak Audeo B also incorporates AutoSense OS – the next generation of technology automation for a seamless adaption from one soundscape to another.
AutoSense OS – Seamlessly fits to the changing listening environment. AutoSense OS accurately captures and analyzes the sound environment and then, more precisely than ever before, blends feature elements from multiple programs in real time to provide a seamless listening experience.
Speech in Loud Noise enables you to automatically focus on a single voice in a noisy crowd. The hearing aid automatically focusses on the voice you want to hear, allowing you to effortlessly interact in the most cluttered of soundscapes
Speech in Wind – Speech in Wind detects the wind noise in both hearing aids. Then, through sophisticated binaural processing the results are compared in real-time. The aid with the better speech signal is identified and the good signal is streamed to the other side.
Phonak ComPilot 2 – the hub that wirelessly connects your hearing aids to a variety of communication and media devices.
Phonak RemoteMic 2 – together with the ComPilot, it takes the strain out of conversations, especially when the person you want to hear is at a distance.
Phonak TVLink 2 – wirelessly sends stereo sound and excellent sound quality from your TV directly to your hearing aids.
Phonak DECT II – wireless cordless DECT phone that streams phone calls automatically straight to both your hearing aids – phone calls can’t get any clearer!
NB it is worth noting some companies, particularly the national suppliers, are still retailing the older versions of these products, why wouldn’t you opt for the most up to date technology available?