Phonak hearing aids are renowned for Swiss quality and reliability. The new Paradise from Phonak looks like it will build upon the runaway success of their Marvel range. The Paradise 50 range of digital hearing aids is their Standard range. They feature Phonak's latest high-performance technology and are designed to provide you with an outstanding listening experience. Of course, some of the features that are available on the premium 90 and Advanced 70 ranges aren't available here. That doesn't mean that these devices won't help you if your lifestyle needs are ideal for them. At this time, they are only available in Receiver In Canal Models ( Audeo ) but we would expect the rest of the styles to be introduced over the next twelve months.
So what have they got to offer,
Phonak have just introduced their latest hearing aid platform which they are calling the Paradise. It is their latest range of Made For Any Phone hearing aids.
This is the first part of the Paradise platform, the first to be introduced will be the Audeo (their Receiver In Canal devices). The Paradise Audeo 50 family will be made up of four hearing aids of which two will be rechargeable. The smallest traditional Zinc Air battery size will be the 312.
These hearing devices are hugely multi-functional and feature-rich. The Paradise contains probably every single one of the current headline features in the hearing aid world, and they have even thrown in some new ones, here’s the quick list:
The Audeo Paradise R is Phonak's latest rechargeable Made For Any Phone hearing aid, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device offers a direct connection to two active Bluetooth devices and will pair with up to eight. This model also offers the Motion Hearing feature but not the Tap Control.
The Audeo Paradise 312 is a very small RIC device which uses a size 312 battery, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. It doesn't have a telecoil although as always it is a wireless device. The device offers a direct connection to two active Bluetooth devices and will pair with up to eight.
The Audeo Paradise 13T is a RIC device that will use a size 13 battery. It will be slightly bigger than the 312, but still pretty discrete. The T, stands for Telecoil so you will be able to connect to public loop systems with this aid. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device offers a direct connection to two active Bluetooth devices and will pair with up to eight.
The Audeo Paradise RT is a rechargeable RIC hearing aid which will have a telecoil. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device offers a direct connection to two active Bluetooth devices and will pair with up to eight. This model also offers the Motion Hearing feature but not the Tap Control.
Phonak Paradise 50 hearing aids recognise and automatically adapt to more of your listening situations than ever before. The range will run on their new improved AutoSense OS 4.0. At this level of technology, the management system has nine automatic programmes that seamlessly blend together to give you the best hearing possible. You also get four extra manual programs to work with for maximum fine-tuning for different situations.
Paradise will allow users to experience stereo streaming audio from any Bluetooth enabled device just like the Marvel before it. That includes most mobile phones available, computers, even some modern TVs. Paradise users can have that audio streaming with the full benefits of Phonak's ear to ear features (Binaural Voice Streaming Technology BVST for short). The Paradise goes one better than the Marvel with an active connection to two Bluetooth enabled devices, that means you can use two phones, your business one and your private one, without the hassle of disconnecting and reconnecting. In fact, you can use any two devices like a phone and a tablet, or a phone and your computer, and simply switch between them without hassle.
The new Tap Control feature allows users to activate popular voice assistants, answer or reject calls, or even pause or resume audio streaming by simply tapping on their ear. Phonak is using the new motion sensors to power the feature. It means that you can do more with your hearing aids without worrying about the buttons. It is only available on the rechargeable versions though.
The new Paradise range offers motion sensors onboard the rechargeable hearing aids. The motion sensors are used to help the hearing aids understand if you are in motion. If you are in motion and having a conversation with someone, the aids understand that and change how they work to help you hear them better. Again, this is only available on the rechargeable versions.
The new remote fine-tuning system is excellent, a video calling system gives the same feeling of face to face interaction, just in a different way. While the remote support may not be for everyone, I think it will be welcomed by people who see it as a real alternative to in-clinic appointments.
Phonak's Roger system is the Gold Standard in FM assistive devices for people with hearing loss. All Paradise hearing aids will be enabled for the RogerDirect™ system. This allows Roger microphone equipment to stream directly to Paradise hearing aids without having to attach an external receiver.
Paradise will directly stream stereo audio from any device capable of streaming audio via Bluetooth. This includes almost any device you can think of. You can connect it directly to your Android phone; you can connect it directly to your Mac Book or Windows laptop. You can even connect it directly to any Bluetooth enabled television. That is pretty amazing, that is a direct connection without any streamer. The quality of streaming audio is excellent; audio is full and clear. Music is warm and full, and phone calls are clear.
The Paradise delivers true hands-free calling in stereo. You will hear your phone calls in both ears giving you a better chance at understanding what is being said. Hands-free means you don't need to touch your phone. Your phone can be up to thirty feet away. You simply hit the button on your hearing aid to answer the call.
While the Paradise hearing aids will connect directly to Bluetooth enabled TVs, Phonak's TV Streamer is a better bet. The TV streamer allows low energy streaming offering great audio and reduced battery usage.
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