Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak has been a leader in the development of wireless communication since producing their first portable hearing device in 1950. Industry firsts from Phonak innovation include:

  • 1967 – Glasses with integrated hearing aids (Visaton Super)
  • 1970 – First BTE hearing aid (Phonette)
  • 1979 – FM audio input system that became the foundation for FM hearing devices
  • 1992 – Hearing aid with an analogue processor and digital adjustment
  • 1994 – Multi-microphone concept
  • 1996 – MicroLink tiny FM receiver
  • 1999 – Digital hearing system with FM receiver
  • 2003 – Bluetooth integration technology, which led to bionic systems like Binaural VoiceStream Technology
  • 2008 – Water-resistant housings, which led to the world’s first extended-wear hearing product (Lyric)
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Processing Technology from Phonak

Phonak hearing aids deliver improved sound quality enhanced by an AI processor that recognizes your hearing environment and automatically adapts to each unique listening environment.

By streaming the full audio bandwidth bi-directionally and in real time, Phonak’s sound processing innovations enhance digital performance, delivering crisper sound clarity with background noise cancellation, along with integrated sound therapy features to help with tinnitus management.

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Phonak Hearing Aids Features

Android and iPhone connectivity are standard features of Phonak hearing aids, providing a seamless listening experience by allowing you to pair up to eight Bluetooth-enabled devices with your hearing aids and connect with two devices simultaneously.

In addition to integrated tinnitus management, many Phonak hearing aid models have advanced battery charging capabilities, the capacity to control and personalize sound quality, multifunctionality, and remote support from the manufacturer or your hearing care provider using the myPhonak app.

Hear at Home Mobile Hearing’s Client-Focused Hearing Care

Hearing aids manufactured by Phonak are among the resources our Hear at Home audiologists have available to achieve better hearing, but technology, no matter how advanced, can never replace you as the primary focus of the hearing care we provide.

Our hearing care partnership with each of our clients begins with a comprehensive hearing assessment to provide an accurate diagnosis of your hearing challenges. From that diagnosis, we’re able to help you select the hearing instrument that provides the best solution to address your hearing needs, unique circumstances, and personal preferences.

As part of our commitment to ongoing care, our hearing care professionals will fit you with an advanced technology hearing device and provide technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair services for devices manufactured by Phonak, Signia, Starkey, and more, making it possible for you to enjoy better hearing and an active, independent lifestyle.

If you, or a loved one, have hearing challenges that might require the help of a hearing aid or you need help from a hearing aid technician, contact us using the adjacent form.

Schedule a Mobile Hearing Care Appointment

If you’re homebound, struggle with mobility or are concerned about your safety in public, but need the advanced hearing healthcare a hearing specialist can provide, Hear at Home has you covered.

Just submit the adjacent form and one of our client care associates will contact you to schedule a mobile hearing care appointment.

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