Phonak Hearing Aid Models, Prices, & Reviews
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Popular Phonak Hearing Aid Models
Our most popular Phonak hearing aids include the new Audéo Paradise, featuring lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, and the custom in-the-ear Virto Marvel 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 P90 represents the Premium level of Audéo P (Paradise) hearing aids, while Audéo P30 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 P hearing aids include programs for calm situations or speech in noise, but only the Premium level (Audéo P90) 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.
Here are the major improvements with Audeo Paradise:
New sound processing chip (PRISM). The new chip boasts twice the memory and processing power of Phonak's previous chip, resulting in crisp, natural sound, brilliant speech understanding, and personalized noise cancelling in any environment for excellent sound quality.
Motion Sensor Hearing. New motion sensor to detect when the wearer is moving and having a conversation and can automatically steer the hearing aid microphones for better speech understanding. The motion sensor also powers the new Tap Control feature.
Tap Control Feature- you can now have hands-free conversations or connect with popular voice assistants like Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa via a simple double tap of their ear.
Speech Enhancer. New soft speech enhancer is an adaptive feature designed to amplify the peaks of soft speech in quiet environments, allowing brilliant speech understanding.
Through the new myPhonak app, you can now customize the level of background noise for a more personalized hearing experience. -Multiple Bluetooth connections allow the wearer to easily switch streamed audio from one device to another across virtually any smart device or operating system.
What gets people excited about these hearing aids is the combination of sleek style, compatibility with all kinds of Bluetooth devices, and high-end performance of Phonak's Autosense OS 3.0 sound processing. That's the same automatic processing as Phonak's top-of-the-line behind-the-ear hearing aids (Audéo Marvel). Virto M also shares the same incredible wireless compatibility as Audéo Marvel.
Like the earlier Virto B custom hearing aids from Phonak, Virto M include Biometric Calibration to fine tune the acoustic fitting based on the size and shape of your ear canal. Biometric Calibration helps improve the performance spatial sound processing (i.e., directional hearing), despite the very small size of Virto M hearing aids. This is important because, in the past, you would have had to sacrifice directional microphones to get a discreet hearing aid.
There is a lot of buzz in the media about Virto Marvel Black, just because they come in the color black, which makes them look like ultra-premium earbuds. The black color really works, so it's a shame these hearing aids don't also come in pure white (Didn't Phonak get the memo from Apple?).
Actually, you can choose from seven colors for the hearing aid shell, including white. The outer faceplate comes in light and medium flesh tones, or in high-tech gloss black. Virto Black also comes in several variations from the titanium-shelled invisible model (size 10 battery) to the flagship half-shell model (size 312 batteries).
The real reason to love Phonak Virto M is its awesome wireless capabilities. These hearing aids have Bluetooth Classic for hands-free streaming, Bluetooth Low Energy, for connectivity via the Phonak Smart App, and a wireless radio for wireless connectivity to Phonak's huge range of Roger Wireless Accessories.
- You've been waiting for hands-free Bluetooth streaming for iOS and Android-based devices, and other wireless devices in a custom hearing aid.
- You think it's about time for sleek, modern design, and the cool aesthetic of hearables to come to in-ear hearing aids.
- You love Phonak's Roger wireless accessories and want to use them with a custom hearing aid.
In terms of what is on the inside of the hearing aid, Virto M Titanium has the same AutoSense 3.0 OS electronics that all the other Phonak hearing aids have. In terms of performance, it is equivalent to the Virto M counterpart, just smaller, and without Bluetooth connectivity. As far as controlling the Virto M 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 small sound (audible only to the user), indicating the volume has successfully changed. Virto M Titanium comes in two performance levels: Advanced and Premium.
- 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)
Naída M (short for Marvel), represents Phonak's completion of the Marvel line of hearing aids. Originally introduced in the RIC style, Marvel has been Phonak's most successful hearing aid to date for addressing mild to severe hearing loss. And now with Naida M, those with profound hearing loss can benefit from Marvel technology.
What makes Marvel so special?
In short, Marvel was the first hearing aid to have direct Bluetooth connectivity to all phones, not just iPhones. That meant that for the first time, Android users, and even those with old flip style cell phones, could stream audio like phone calls, directly to their hearing aids.
And now, this technology is available in the super power Naida M hearing aids.
That means everything from phone calls, music, TV, directions on your phone- you name it, can be streamed to your Naida M hearing aids.
Naida M is also wirelessly compatible (for the first time ever) with Phonak's renowned Roger wireless accessories, which means you no longer need multiple pieces of hardware to take advantage of Roger accessories. Just buy the Roger accessory, and it'll connect directly to your Naida Marvel hearing aids.
Phonak Hearing Aid Reviews
Any time you read a customer review on Phonak hearing aids, its important to note that a significant factor contributing to the customer`s review is the skill of the hearing provider who fit their hearing aids. For more information on this, we`d encourage you to check out our YouTube video: Do Hearing Aid Reviews Matter?
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 90
Sound quality is much better than the old aids I had. I had trouble with the little rubber domes hurting my ear after few days. Got smaller domes and was better, but had trouble keeping them seated in place. After having custom fitted molds made, the sound is clearer now, and I can tell when they are in place. I do have a small issue with the sound increasing on it's own for a bit, and then fading back down, but I'll have them adjusted on the next follow up visit.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 90
The sound quality of my new hearing aids is absolutely amazing. I guess I didn't realize how much I was missing before. The blue tooth feature and rechargeable function make these the best you will find on the market. Last but not least, Zip Hearing is responsive. They responded to my inquiry within 30 minutes and I was connected to a fantastic local provider. Can't go wrong with the quality of service and products provided. I highly recommend Zip Hearing.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 90
They are relatively comfortable. Occasionally make my ears itch. Still trying to get them fine turned. Provider has been very helpful and patient helping me get through the nuances of being a new hearing aid wearer.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 90
The sound is very good and the service and price was excellent. Connection to my Galaxy was perfect, bluetooth works perfect, phone calls sound great. Programing and App works very well.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 90
The Phonak Audeo Paradise hearing aids are phenomenal. The sound quality is nothing short of amazing and the mobile app and blue tooth connectivity is incredibly useful. This is my second pair in a relatively short period of time (I returned the others) and would strongly recommend both Phonak and Zip to anyone in need.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 70
I am male, 74 years old and have been wearing hearing aids for 10 years. I am trying the Phonak because by most reviews they are the latest and greatest. They are good in some areas and and disappointing in others. First the good: The bluetooth connectivity is actually quite good. Not that there aren't glitches with the bluetooth, but all bluetooth devices that I have tried have glitches. The Phonak have relatively fewer. Streaming and phone calls are quite clear, and phone calls are also completely hands-free. I like that. I like the rechargeable feature, even though it means I have to remember to bring my charger whenever I travel. The charge lasts a full 16 hour day, even with streaming and phone calls. Very nice. They are comfortable to wear and almost invisible- almost. They stay in place, even with the occasional fall while skiing. The additional "partner mic" - $300 - is working very well, especially in a car. Now the disappointing news: the hearing quality isn't much better than the first digital set I got from Costco 10 years ago. Maybe minor improvements, but no miracles. Hearing aids are certainly better than nothing, and for that I am grateful, but they do not solve the basic problem. They are not like a pair of glasses that give you 20/20. Maybe 20/100 when you are naturally 20/200. Again, better than nothing, but not what I was hoping for. Maybe something good will happen now that hearing aids will be dispensed over the counter. Bose, Apple, and many others may get into the business, and maybe there will be a break-thru in the technology. Or maybe I'm just wishing. But speaking of Bose, I tried the Bose Hearphones, and I liked them a lot. They cost $400, and the sound quality is close to the Phonak for $2500. In fact, the directionality of the Hearphones is much better than the Phonak. Unfortunately, there are major drawbacks to the Bose: Uncomfortable to wear, the rechargeable batteries only last 6 to 10 hours, they look pretty obvious (you have to explain to a lot of people that they are hearing aids, and that you're not listening to a podcast), and, worst of all for me because I am outside a lot, the wind noise is horrendous. But I am heartened that other tech companies are finally getting into the hearing aid business, and I fully expect that there will be a revolution in cost if not technology within 5 years. I know that doesn't help you now, but better times are coming. After all of the above, I am going to keep the Phonak because of the pro comments above, and because I can afford to indulge in better peripheral tech. But I still can't hear as well as I want.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 70
I absolutely love my Phonak P70 hearing aids! The sound quality is excellent. They are comfortable. I also love the blue tooth feature for listening to music while out walking or watching videos but not so much for talking on the phone. People tell me I sound tinny.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 70
Over the last 30 years I have owned 4 sets of hearing aids and the Phonak Paradise 70 is by farther the best and most versatile. I can easily make adjustments with the app on my phone. I am hearing things I have not heard in years and understanding speech much better. The tv now plays at a much lower volume. They are keepers.
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Marvel 90
My Marvel hearings aids are an absolute life saver. Without them I am pretty much deaf The sound quality is excellent and no background noise. I have had other brands and they just help me as much as my phonaks .
Product reviewed: Phonak Audeo Paradise 50
I am in the 45 day trial period with Phonax rechargeable Paradise unit. This is my first attempt at a hearing aid.Consistent sporadic booming sounds with the notification alerts turned off. Inability to TV stream due to static scrambling of unintelligible sound. Wandering sound amplitudes in closed and outdoor environments. Love the sound quality ,comfort and rechargeable convenience . Hope to get this remedied and push forward
Phonak Hearing Aid Prices
Below you will find our price list for Phonak hearing aids. As a rule of thumb, your cost for Phonak hearing aids will usually be 20-30% below usual retail prices when purchased through ZipHearing, and our prices for Phonak start at $999 per hearing aid.
The final price of your Phonak hearing aids will vary greatly depending on several factors like style chosen, warranty, length of local service plan, terms of the trial period and more.
How much do Phonak hearing aids cost?
From most retailers, Phonak hearing aids start at $1000 each, and go up to $3000+.
|Audeo Paradise 90 Rechargeable||$2399|
|Audeo Paradise 70 Rechargeable||$1899|
|Audeo Paradise 50 Rechargeable||$1599|
|Audeo Paradise 30 Rechargeable||$1499|
|Audeo Paradise 90||$2299|
|Audeo Paradise 70||$1799|
|Audeo Paradise 50||$1499|
|Audeo Paradise 30||$1349|
|Audeo Marvel 90 Rechargeable||$2399|
|Audeo Marvel 70 Rechargeable||$1899|
|Audeo Marvel 50 Rechargeable||$1649|
|Audeo Marvel 30 Rechargeable||$1549|
|Audeo Marvel 90||$2299|
|Audeo Marvel 70||$1799|
|Audeo Marvel 50||$1599|
|Audeo Marvel 30||$1499|
|Virto M90 Titanium||$2249|
|Virto M70 Titanium||$1749|
|Roger Select iN||$1349|
|Roger Pen iN||$1299|
|ComPilot Air II||$349|
|Pilot One II||$279|
|ComPilot Air II/RemoteMic v2.0 bundle||$399|
|ComPilot II/TV Link II bundle||$379|
Phonak hearing aid apps & accessories
Have you ever thought about controlling your hearing aids from your smartphone? If so, check out some of the Phonak apps below. Be sure to check compatibility of these apps with your phone or tablet, because some apps are built exclusively for iOS devices, others for Android devices, and the functionality that you get from these apps may vary depending on the type of phone or tablet you use. In addition, sometimes apps may be built exclusively for iPhones (for example), and may not work on iPads. So it`s very important to check compatibility of your devices before selecting your hearing aids based on the apps available from Phonak.
You should also consider some of Phonak`s accessories, such as TV streamers and remote microphones. Again, it is important to do your due diligence as far as compatibility. Not all Phonak hearing aids will work with all of the below Phonak accessories. To find compatibility information, find the Phonak hearing aid on our site that you are looking for, then scroll down and you will see a section on the product page which reviews this information.
If you need Phonak supplies, such as domes, filters, or cleaning tools, we recommend contacting the local Phonak provider who sold you your hearing aids. You may also sometimes find these parts relatively inexpensive on sites like Amazing and eBay. For accessories, we do not recommend buying them on sites like Amazon or eBay, as that is not an approved sales channel for most major manufacturers, and sellers on those sites are likely not authorized Phonak retailers. You can also of course always buy these accessories from the local hearing provider which sold you your Phonak hearing aids.
Please note: We are only able to sell accessories & parts of supplies to customers who have purchased hearing aids through ZipHearing.
Charger Case (included)
The Charger Case is great for charging, storing and drying hearing aids in one compact case. It features a charging slot for two hearing aids, space for a desiccant to keep your hearing aids dry, and storage for the included hearing aid cleaning tool. Flexible charging options. You can plug the Charger Case into an electrical outlet for normal use or add on the optional Power Pack for seven days of charging in places where electricity is not available. Phonak rechargeable hearing aids feature a built-in Lithium-ion battery that provides 24 hour of hearing with one simple charge. They take about three hours to fully charge, but you can rely on a short 30-minute charge to give you up to six hours of performance.
Power Pack: $99
The Phonak Power Pack provides up to seven days of charging, without an external power source, when added to the the Phonak Charger Case. Perfect for charging hearing aids every day for up to a week on trips were no power source is available. The Power pack attaches to the base of the Charger Case, providing reserve power from a battery rather than from the household electrical supply.
Mini Charger: $79
The Phonak Mini Charger is the smallest and simplest way to charge your Phonak hearing aids. It connects to power sources via a micro-USB cable and charges two hearing aids at once. The Mini Charge's simplicity and compact size make ideal for travel or to keep at the office so you'll always have a charger nearby at home or away.
TV Connector: $249
The easy to use streaming device for TV and music. The TV Connector is a plug and play interface to TV’s and other audio sources, supporting the direct connectivity of Phonak Audéo B-Direct hearing aids. It simplifies setup, usage and offers superior stereo sound quality using AirStream™ technology. With the TV Connector, you can simultaneously stream audio signals up to 15 meters away, to an unlimited amount of connected hearing aids.
Remote Mic V 2.0: $149
The small and light Phonak RemoteMic V2.0 is an easy solution for one-on-one conversations in moderate noise and over distance. The lightweight wireless microphone is clipped onto the speaker’s clothing. Combined with a compatible Phonak streamer such as ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II, RemoteMic V2.0 transmits the speaker’s voice directly to the hearing instruments over a distance of up to 20 meters (66 ft). With the optional charging accessories (Phonak mini-USB power supply and 12 V car charger adapter) RemoteMic V2.0 is always ready.
Pilot One II Remote: $279
The Phonak PilotOneII is the easy-to-use remote control. It adjusts the volume and program settings of the hearing aids with four simple buttons: Home, Volume up, Volume down and Program. For many people, these simple adjustments are all they need, especially since most modern hearing aids include automatic adjustments. The PilotOne II remote control is designed for simplicity and ease of use. The large buttons are easy to find and use without having to look at the remote or take it out of your pocket.
TV Link II: $149
Phonak TVLink II expands the way you hear your world by wirelessly connecting your hearing aids to your TV and other entertainment or communication devices. The Phonak TVLink II basestation is the interface to TV and other audio sources. Used with Phonak ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II, it turns any Phonak wireless hearing aids into a headset with a range of up to 30 meters (100 ft).The TVLink II works with all modern TV sets and stereo equipment. Thanks to the two digital audio inputs, the connection to the TV or stereo is much easier, and provides improved sound quality compared to analog inputs. The streaming distance of up to 100 ft. allows you to move around the house without missing what is happening on the TV.
ComPilot Air II: $349
The small and stylish Phonak ComPilot Air II offers excellent stereo sound quality while connecting hearing aids via Bluetooth to a variety of audio sources: cell phones, MP3 players, tablets, laptops and computers. Combine with Phonak TVLink II to turn your hearing aids into wireless headphones, or with Phonak RemoteMic for better understanding over distance. Spoken VoiceAlert messages and messages and personalized Bluetooth® features, can be configured via the free RemoteControl App for Android or iOS. ComPilot Air II includes a new integrated antenna, making it smaller than its predecessor, ComPilot II, as well as more discreet and easier to handle.
ComPilot II: $329
The Phonak ComPilot II offers excellent stereo sound quality while connecting Phonak hearing aids via Bluetooth to a variety of audio sources, such as mobile phones, MP3 players, tablets, laptops and computers. ComPilot II connects wirelessly via Bluetooth or wired audio inputs for up to 24 hours streaming time. Combine with Phonak TVLink to turn your hearing aids into wireless headphones, or with Phonak RemoteMic for better understanding over distance.
Mini Control: $20
The MiniControl contains a magnet that functions like a remote control to change the settings of your invisible-style hearing aid. Your hearing aid, in combination with MiniControl, can have various functions or can remain inactive. This depends on how you and your hearing care professional choose to configure the hearing aids.
Phonak RemoteControl App turns any smartphone into a remote control for your hearing aids. This app is for hearing aids built on the Venture or Belong platform that do not support direct smartphone connectivity. You'll also need a wireless streamer (Phonak's ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II) as an interface to your hearing aids. Setup is simple. Once you have installed the iOs or Android app, an easy-to-follow pairing wizard will help you connect the wireless streamer to your phone. What you can do with the RemoteControl App: Change your hearing aid volume and listening program -- Select audio source and configure streaming options -- Focus your microphones in any direction -- Check out the demonstration mode to experience explore more possibilities.
The myPhonak app empowers you to: Adjust the volume, change program or ambient balance while streaming or tinnitus noiser intensity of your hearing aids -- Personalize and customize your hearing programs by making adjustments to the sounds of your hearing aids -- Save your adjustments in the app so you can use them at any time -- Access to status information like battery state of charge and wearing time -- Get your hearing aids adjusted by your hearing care professional in real-time and remotely -- See and talk with your hearing care professional during your remote fitting session -- Experience your new adjustments and give immediate feedback during the remote session -- Send feedback and communicate via messages with your hearing care professional about your listening experience.
TV Connector D: $249
Now with an on/off switch and supporting Dolby Digital! The easy to use streaming device for TV and music. The TV Connector D is an easy to use streaming device for TV and music. Just plug and play to interface with TV’s and other audio sources, supporting the direct connectivity of Phonak hearing aids. It simplifies setup, usage and offers superior stereo sound quality using AirStream™ technology. With the TV Connector D, you can simultaneously stream audio signals up to 15 meters away, to an unlimited amount of connected hearing aids.
Mini Charger Case: $79
The Phonak Mini Charger Case, with standard USB-C charging outlet, is a compact charger for two Audéo M-R hearing aids.
myCall-to-Text phone App
The Phonak MyCall-to-Text app provides real-time transcription of phone calls on your smartphone so you read what callers say as you listen to the call.
Phonak wireless hearing aids make it easy to stream phone calls directly to a pair of hearing aids, without touching your smartphone. Now you can also read along as listen to the conversation, just like you would read subtitles on TV or at the movies.
MyCall-to-Text app can transcribe calls in more than 80 languages, for any type of phone. The other person does not need the app. The service is free for app-to-app calls, or you can choose a monthly plan to suit your needs for other incoming and outgoing calls.
Charger Case Combi (Included)
The Phonak Charger Case Combi is a charger, drying kit and protective hard case all in one. Additionally, it includes a cleaning tool in the robust and splash-proof housing. Flexible charging options- you can plug the Charger Case into an electrical outlet for normal use or add on the optional Power Pack for seven days of charging in places where electricity is not available. Phonak rechargeable hearing aids feature a built-in Lithium-ion battery that provides 24 hour of hearing with one simple charge. They take about three hours to fully charge, but you can rely on a short 30-minute charge to give you up to six hours of performance.
This simple remote control features three large buttons for simple handling and maximum convenience. This remote will allow you to change the volume and program of your Phonak hearing aids.
Phonak PartnerMic is a discreet and easy-to-use microphone optimal for one-to-one conversations in noisy environments. Attach it anywhere onto your partner's shirt, blouse or jacket without having to worry about the positioning. Speech is streamed to your Phonak hearing aids without an additional device.