Phonak Hearing Aid Models, Prices, & Reviews

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Price per aid (from $800 to $2600)
Phonak Audeo B70
$1749 | $2499
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Phonak Audeo B70-Direct
$1849 | $2699
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Phonak Virto B70 Titanium
$1899 | $2699
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Phonak Audeo V90
$2199 | $3199
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Phonak Audeo V70
$1649 | $2499
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Phonak Audeo V30
$1049 | $1499
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Phonak Virto V90
$2399 | $3199
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Phonak Virto V70
$1849 | $2499
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Phonak Virto V50
$1349 | $1699
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Phonak Audeo V50
$1199 | $1699
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Phonak Virto V30
$1199 | $1499
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Phonak Audeo B90-R
$2399 | $3399
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Phonak Audeo B70-R
$1849 | $2699
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Phonak Audeo B50-R
$1449 | $1899
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Phonak Audeo B90
$2299 | $3199
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Phonak Audeo B50
$1349 | $1699
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Phonak Audeo B30
$1149 | $1499
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Phonak Virto B90 Titanium
$2499 | $3399
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Phonak Bolero B90
$2299 | $3199
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Phonak Bolero B70
$1699 | $2499
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Phonak Bolero B50
$1299 | $1699
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Phonak Bolero B30
$1149 | $1499
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Phonak Bolero B90 PR
$2399 | $3399
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Phonak Bolero B70 PR
$1799 | $2699
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Phonak Bolero B50 PR
$1399 | $1899
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Phonak Virto B90
$2399 | $3199
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Phonak Virto B70
$1849 | $2499
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Phonak Virto B50
$1349 | $1699
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Phonak Virto B30
$1199 | $1499
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Phonak Audeo B90-Direct
$2399 | $3399
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Phonak Naida B90
$2299 | $3199
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Phonak Naida B70
$1699 | $2499
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Popular Phonak Hearing Aid Models

A worldwide leader in hearing aid technology, Phonak operates in more than 100 countries and boasts a 70-year history of innovation. The Swiss company is known for its premium-quality hearing aids, stylish wireless accessories, and a long menu of digital sound processing algorithms designed to provide a natural listening experience and to make speech easier to hear in a variety of situations.

Our most popular Phonak hearing aids include the new Audéo B, rechargeable Audéo BR, and custom in-the-ear Virto B models. Before learning more about these hearing aids, you may want to know that each one comes in four performance levels: Essential, Standard, Advanced, and Premium. In most cases, you can identify the performance level of Phonak hearing aids by the model number included in their name (A higher model number indicates a higher performance level). For example, Audéo B90 represents the Premium level of Audéo B hearing aids, while Audéo B30 represents the Essential level.

Stepping up from one performance level to the next generally increases the number of features or programs to improve sound quality, comfort, or speech understanding in specific listening situations. For instance, all Audéo B hearing aids include programs for calm situations or speech in noise, but only the Premium level (Audéo B90) includes programs tuned specifically for speech in wind noise. The difference between Phonak hearing aid performance levels is not just about additional programs. Higher performance levels may also include a more sophisticated version of features also found at the Essential level. Which Phonak hearing aids should you choose? This is a matter of individual hearing needs and personal preference. While discreet appearance tops the priority list for some people, Bluetooth phone connectivity matters more to others. In general, the more specific or challenging hearing needs you have, the more you may want to consider choosing advanced hearing aids. With a wide range of features and options, and with multiple hearing aid styles designed for any level of hearing loss, Phonak offers something for nearly everyone. You can expect excellent sound quality, great reliability, and a refined fit and finish across the Phonak product range.

In the sections below, you'll find information on Phonak's current and most popular hearing aids models, along with pricing and feature information so you can determine which Phonak hearing aid is appropriate for you. If you're simply looking to get your Phonak hearing aids repaired, or looking for Phonak parts, like wax filters or domes, feel free to give us a call and we'll point you in the right direction. Otherwise, feel free to review the popular models below, and at the top of this page you'll find links to each Phonak hearing aid model, along with prices, features, and online ratings, and more in-depth Phonak reviews on each product page.

Audéo™ B

Audéo B is Phonak’s newest line of receiver-in-canal hearing aids that automatically adjust to your listening environment. On the inside, Audéo B benefits from an upgraded operating system called Autosense OS. By sensing your listening situation and adjusting the hearing aid program to match, Autosense OS does a great job eliminating the need for manual adjustments. Of course, you can still make manual changes - like adjusting the volume - if you wish, but you probably won’t need to. Just switch the hearing aids on and let Autosense do the rest. It transitions automatically between 200 distinct settings in response to the noise level and type of sounds going on around you.

On the outside, Audéo B hearing aids feature an all-new design created not only to look good on your nightstand and hide discreetly behind your ears, but to keep moisture and dirt out of the hearing aids. Phonak has not given this improvement as much publicity as some other aspects of Audéo B, but we think it’s important, because the new design will make these hearing aids even more reliable than previous models. Audéo B is available in four models with nine colors and up to four performance levels per model. Perfect for mild to severe hearing loss.

Buy if:
  • You want the latest automatic hearing aids from one of the world’s leading hearing aid makers.

Audéo™ B Direct

Audéo B is available in five models, but two of them are getting most of the attention. One of them is Audéo B Direct. This model has generated so much excitement, because it connects directly to any BlueTooth® phone - and we don’t mean only the latest and most expensive smartphone. We are talking about almost any Bluetooth phone, “smart” or otherwise. After a few simple steps to pair your hearing aid and phone, calls will ring directly to the hearing aid. Simply press a button on the hearing aid to answer or reject calls. The hearing aid microphone will pick up your voice for the caller to hear, giving you the convenience of hands-free conversation. With Phonak’s Remote app for iOS or Android, you can use your smartphone to adjust the hearing aids. Alternatively, leave the phone in your pocket, or on the couch across the room. The wireless range is up to 10 ft. Audéo B Direct hearing aids also connect to Phonak’s TV Connector multimedia hub, allowing you to stream TV and music, in stereo, directly to the hearing aids. Audéo B Direct is available in nine colors and three performance levels.

Buy if:
  • You want to make talking on the phone so convenient that your friends who don't need hearing aids will want them anyway when they discover what yours can do.
  • You intend to stay up late watching action movies as loud as you want, but without disturbing anyone- you will need the TV Connector multimedia hub (sold separately) to connect the hearing aid to your home theater system.

Audéo™ BR

Audéo BR is the second Audéo B model getting a lot of attention. It’s the world’s first hearing aid with a purpose-built rechargeable lithium-ion battery. This hearing aid is just like the Audéo B, but with no need for disposable batteries. Since a rechargeable battery is sealed into the hearing aid, you can’t use disposable zinc-air hearing aid batteries with Audéo BR. But why would you want to? The rechargeable battery keeps the hearing aid fully-powered for up to 24 hours of use and charges in just 3 hrs. The hearing aid slots neatly into its charging base, without any fiddly cables or connectors that could easily break. If you need to charge while on the road, there is an optional power pack that attaches to a portable Charger Case. Even after thousands of charge cycles, the battery won’t deteriorate, so you can count on it to keep your hearing aid going strong for years. Audéo BR is available in nine colors and three performance levels. Best of all, you will never need to buy batteries for this hearing aid!

Buy if:
  • You love the simplicity of rechargeable batteries, you’re tired of purchasing disposable batteries, or you might have difficulty seeing and manipulating tiny zinc-air hearing aid batteries.

Virto™ B

Virto B are the world’s first hearing aids with Biometric Calibration. As part of the Belong family, they share the fully automatic functionality of Autosense OS with their Audéo B siblings. The most notable difference is that Virto B hearing aids are worn in the ear canal rather than behind the ear. They must be custom made in the shape of your ear to fit comfortably and work effectively. This means you will need to visit your local ZipHearing partner for ear impressions before Phonak can build a hearing aid just for you. Building the hearing aid is only part of the customization process, because Phonak also fine tunes the listening programs, based on the size and shape of your ear (Yes, really) - a process Phonak calls “biometric calibration”. Why should this matter? The answer has to do with how sound waves reflect off the ear toward the hearing aid microphones. Subtle differences between ears of different sizes and shapes can degrade the performance of directional microphones in canal-style hearing aids. Since directional microphones are one of the most important features for improving speech understanding in background noise, calibrating the hearing aids for individual listeners results in better hearing performance compared to uncalibrated hearing aids. Virto B is available in six models and four performance levels in a variety of styles with or without a volume control. Suitable for mild to severe hearing loss or up to profound hearing loss, with some models.

Buy if:
  • You are looking for in-canal hearing aids with top-notch automatic hearing performance
  • You want to enjoy Bluetooth wireless connectivity and prefer in-ear hearing aids compared to other styles

Virto™ B Titanium

This hearing aid doesn’t just have titanium in its name. It is actually made of the precious metal. Who would want a titanium hearing aid? Anyone who wants super discreet, durable invisible-style hearing aids. This hearing aid’s ultra-thin titanium shell is 50% thinner than the acrylic and other materials used to build other custom hearing aids. This makes it possible for the Titanium model fit in tighter spaces, such as small and winding ear canals. Having such a thin shell also leaves more room for an air vent, meaning Titanium hearing aids may allow for better air circulation in your ear canal, which helps your own voice sound natural, and can improve sound quality.

In terms of what is on the inside of the hearing aid, Virto B Titanium has the same Autosense OS electronics as performance, Virto B Titanium is equivalent to its Virto B counterpart, just smaller. As far as controlling the Virto B Titanium, it may be ordered with a push-button, allowing wearers to control the hearing aid's volume. If it is determined there is no room for a push-button on the device (because it's so small), Phonak will supply a small metal keychain-like wand, called the “MiniControl” which allows a user to change the volume by simply raising the wand to the hearing aid, which will then emit a sound (audible only to the user), indicating the volume has successfully changed. Virto B titanium comes in two performance levels, Advanced and Premium.

Buy if:
  • You want the smallest and lightest invisible hearing hearing aids, without sacrificing hearing performance.
  • You prefer invisible hearing aids, but you’ve been told your ear canals are too small, or you have had difficulty getting invisible hearing aids to fit comfortably (and you’re willing to try again)

Phonak Hearing Aid Reviews

Here are the 10 most recent Phonak hearing aid reviews we've received:
VERIFIED BUYER | Lore City, OH ?

Day one , going from Resounds top of the line to Phonaks Audeo B90R rechargeable. Issues with the Resounds not working for me I believe , are too many owner options for settings. Not being an Audiologist , I wasted time trying to find a decent setting for dining , outdoor activities with grandkids and working acerage with a tractor . Each person is different in their capabilities and I found myself lacking in this arena . So far Phonak has done the job with automatic settings and adjustments . I went everywhere I could on the way home to test them out . Stores , restaurants , grandkids , phone calls , you name it. So far so good !! Like the rechargeable option as well. I'd bring extra batteries but then forget them in the car , just another hassle to avoid. No issues with changing brands , talked to my audiologist , got on the phone with Ziphearing and it's a done deal . Kept the Resounds until the Phonaks arrived at no cost to me. Love the aids , love the company . They stand true to their word . A rare thing these days !

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VERIFIED BUYER | West Islip, NY ?

I purchased the Audeo B90 and CROS B. The sound is perfect sometimes I don't realize that I have them on. I tried many different hearing aids and found the Phonak to be the best as far as not sounding tinny, they sound very natural. Also got a terrific price from Zip Hearing and received great customer service from Grant. I would definitely recommend Zip Hearing to anyone needing hearing aids.

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VERIFIED BUYER | Wilmington, DE ?

The sound quality of my Phonak Audeo B70 Direct hearing aids is very good. The different settings for various situations are very helpful and work well. They are very comfortable and fit well. I am happy with them. The only thing I would suggest is, if the small device that goes into the ear canal be a clear color instead of dark. It would be much less visible. Other than that, I have no other suggestions. I have had Phonak hearing aids for years and I have always been satisfied.

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VERIFIED BUYER | Encino, CA ?

I can hear much better. Before I got the Audeo B30 hearing aid I was having great difficulty hearing people, especially in conversations where there was a lot of noise. Also, in the evenings I would watch television with family members and I could not hear what was being said on the television. I had to continually ask others in the room did the person in the movie say. It became quite annoying to me as well as others who were watching. That's when I said I had to take some action and get a hearing aid. I searched the internet for companies who were selling them. There were many, all with different prices. I finally settled on Zip even though some others were as cheap if not cheaper. I chose Zip because they had a relationship with a local company where I could go and visit in the event I had trouble with them. I visited the local company and I was satisfied that I would get service from them if needed in the future.

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A little disappointed that my titaniums couldn't be made as small as I'd hoped, guess I have too narrow of ear canals. In terms of sound quality I would rate these as a 10/10. I have been wearing "invisible" hearing aids my entire life, and these have surpassed the quality of sound in all listening situations, by miles. In terms of reliability as well I have had no issues now in well over a year, no issues with wax, or break downs randomly, battery life is holding steady at 4 days, the titanium shell does seem to be working in protecting my aids better than all aids in the past. Only complaint, and a valid one I'd say because these are advertised as invisible all over the net, is that they simple aren't invisible, I've had aids in the past from other companies and they got them smaller than these.

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While the hearing aids sound great, there are some limitations I've found. For me, like one of the previous commentors, the biggest draw was the bluetooth streaming direct to android. I find it unreliable, there will be times where I absolutely love it, it's amazing, and then times where I just cannot keep a connection. One of my biggest hesitations before I bought this was that it only does single sided streaming to one ear, but i Really found this to be inconsequential, I do not mind it at all, as all I've ever known was hearing the caller in one ear. What I do mind and miss out on is that you can't stream audio from the phone, only phone calls, so it's another limitation that you have with this hearing aid compared to others in the same class. But what you get in exchange, is the only hands free bluetooth hearing aids, and that, when it works, is exceptional. Finally, I wish that these hearing aids would perform better in crowds, it is my understanding accoridng to my dispenser that Phonak has de-featured these a little bit, reduced their background noise capabiltiies, in order to make room for the Bluetooth features. I go back and forth between whetehr or not this was a worthwhile trade. I think I will keep these hearing aids, as I'm too many adjustment appoints in to turn back now and I am reasonably satisfied, but for the price I do wish they met more of my needs.

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One week in with B 90. They h as 've a "tinny" sound. No natural bass.can this issue be addressed?

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The biggest draw of this item is the blue tooth capability. My experience, with 2 phones and 2 cell providers is that while I can hear clearly, the other side reports 'cutting out". Very disappointing and i will contact phonak support once again to get a remedy or they go back.

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After about a year of owning my Phonak BR 90 hearing aids the ear pieces broke off and first that broke lodged deep into my ear canal and had to go have doctor remove it, today the other one broke off and my husband was able to remove if with tweezers. There has to be a better way to design this than having to pull on tiny wire to remove from ear canal and having it break off inside our ear.

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VERIFIED BUYER | Boca Grande, FL ?

I chose Phonak based on my extensive consultation with audiologist friends and consultants in Indianapolis, where we have another home. Phonak was recommended the most highly of all the brands. My experience so far has indicated that the technology is highly sophisticated to allow for numerous adjustments, all of which have been necessary. My first week was one of profound disappointment (honestly) since I was not understanding speech any better than I historically have without aids. My interest in hearing aids was to improve my understanding of speech in noisy environments, not to hear coins click (which I cannot hear without the aids).

I have a very difficult hearing situation to correct (normal hearing in the lower frequencies but major drop off in hearing in the upper frequencies.) I have had this condition for many years so there is a brain-retraining that is necessary in addition to the technology. When I went back for the first follow-up, the provider made major significant adjustments and I found immediate benefit in most environments. I was able to actually understand our waitress in one of our favorite restaurants in town whereas in the past I would just assume what the wait-staff had said (or ask my wife). I could understand my daughter in our car ride back from the airport last night whereas in the past I would just hear car noise and mumbled speech. I had my second follow up appointment today and the audiologist made some additional adjustments to all the programs and to be honest, some understanding is now better but some is worse. I guess the lesson is that it will take a while to fine-tune the technology to make it work optimally. I am along for the ride!

One other factor is the brain retraining that is necessary. I downloaded an audiology rehabilitation program and work through those exercises. I realize that after years of not understanding speech well, I have difficulty is distinguishing many consonant sounds. Now that I hear the high frequencies again, I fully agree that my brain needs to learn to recognize those sounds correctly and that will take work on my part.

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Phonak Hearing Aid Prices

ModelOur Price
Audéo B90-Direct $2399
Audéo B70-Direct $1849
Audéo B50-Direct $1449
Audéo B90 $2299
Audéo B70 $1749
Audéo B50 $1349
Audéo B30 $1149
Audéo B90-R $2399
Audéo B70-R $1849
Audéo B50-R $1449
Virto B90 Titanium $2499
Virto B70 Titanium $1899
Virto B90 $2399
Virto B70 $1849
Virto B50 $1349
Virto B30 $1199
Bolero B90 $2299
Bolero B70 $1699
Bolero B50 $1299
Bolero B30 $1149
Bolero B90-PR $2399
Bolero B70-PR $1799
Bolero B50-PR $1399
Naida B90 $2299
Naida B70 $1699
Naida B50 $1299
Naida B30 $1149
Naida B90R $2399
Naida B70R $1799
Naida B50R $1399
Sky B90 $2299
Sky B70 $1699
Sky B50 $1299
Sky B90 PR $2399
Sky B70 PR $1799
Sky B50 PR $1399
CROS B $1299
CROS BR $1399
TV Connector $249
Charger Case $99
Power Pack $99
Mini Charger $79
ComPilot II $329
ComPilot Air II $349
Pilot One II $279
TV Link II $149
RemoteMic v2.0 $149
ComPilot Air II/RemoteMic v2.0 bundle $399
ComPilot II/TV Link II bundle $379
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