Phonak Audeo B90
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Phonak Audeo B90 Hearing Aid Description & Features
Released by Phonak on August 21, 2016 the Phonak Audeo B90 falls under Phonak`s premium technology level within the Audeo B family.
As premium technology, this hearing aid is the best technology that Phonak has to offer, making it an excellent choice for individuals with active lifestyles, who need hearing aids that can deliver the most exceptional sound quality in any listening environment.
The Phonak Audeo B90 hearing aid has 20 channels and 5 customizable programs, and that gives it the flexibility to digitally process sound in a way that sounds natural, and can also be adapted to the particular listening environment of the wearer.
The Audeo B90 is powered by a size 10 battery which will need to be changed every 3-5 days, a size 13 battery which will need to be changed every 7-10 days, or a size 312 battery (pictured above) which will need to changed weekly. With a maximum potential gain of 66 SPL, the Audeo B90 is suitable for individuals with mild to severe hearing loss.
With its discreet RIC (receiver in canal) style, the Audeo B90 sits comfortably behind the ear and is hardly noticeable to the wearer or others. This hearing aid is available in 8 color choices as shown below.
If you have questions about the Audeo B90 that you don`t find answered on this page, or are looking for specs on this device, you might want to check out the downloadable documents (below), visit Phonak`s website, or feel free to give us a call at 800-731-6794.
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Phonak Audeo B90 Accessories & Smartphone Apps
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.
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.
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In-Person & Local Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming Service
Based on the results of your hearing test, your local ZipHearing provider will professionally fit and fine-tune your hearing aids to your unique needs.
45 Day 100% Risk-Free Evaluation Period
Once your hearing aids have been fitted, you'll have 45 days to evaluate them. All appointments with your local provider during your 45 day evaluation period are included at no additional cost. If you decide to return your hearing aids within the evaluation period, you'll be issued a 100% refund.
Once your 45 day evaluation period has concluded, you are entitled to an additional 3 follow-up appointments during your first year of ownership at no additional cost. After your first year of ownership or 3 follow-up appointments (whichever comes first), office visits will be billed at a rate of $35 for appointments lasting 30 minutes or less, and $65 for appointments lasting 30 minutes or longer.
3 Year Full Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Supply of Batteries
At the time your order is placed with ZipHearing, you're sent a 1 year supply of hearing aid batteries delivered directly to your door. These batteries will usually arrive to your home before your scheduled date to pick up the hearing aids from your ZipHearing provider's office, but if they aren't, your provider will get you started with a few batteries at your delivery appointment. We provide premium Rayovac batteries which have a shelf life of 4 years.
Wax Filters, Domes, and Cleaning Supplies
Simple cleaning & maintenance supplies will be provided by the manufacturer and given to you at your hearing aid fitting appointment, along with rubber or silicone domes, and wax filters, which your hearing provider will show you how to use, ensuring your hearing aids remain free of wax, oil, and other debris.
Phonak Audeo B90 Reviews
Based on 14 User Reviews
Wow just got them today, and I'm hearing sounds that were long forgotten.
Thank you to all the people at the VA for making this possible.
I am wearing the Audeo B90 with the CROS. So far it is superior to siemens in comfort and sound. I am still learning all of the in and outs but I really see a difference.
This is my second pair of Phonak hearing aids, they are the best quality, + they have survived the pool and shower a lot of times. ZipHearing was very helpful.
This is my third pair of hearing aids and was pleased to find ziphearing.com for my purchase of the audeo b90s. I knew the hearing aids I wanted and they saved me a considerable amount of money. Additionally, they have partnered with one of the best hearing aid audiologists in my area to have them fitted. Delivery of the hearing aids was extremely prompt and the appointment for the fitting was as well. Using ziphearing was so easy, and my biggest fear of not having a proper fitting was not a concern.
Sounds quality has been excellent The ease of use is much appreciated The open and close switch to reset the ear phone which resets earphone is a good feature. The small size feature make it almost invisible to outside world which makes me gain confidence and have a positive attitude. The color accents to help match hair color is another great feature to make the earphone hidden. The small volume control switch is easy to use and is of great help as I move from one environment to another. The battery change feature beeps has been of great help to know when battery needs to be changed. The easy maintenance feature is best of all. The ability to program the earphone to suit the dynamic changes to my hearing ability is probably the best functional feature I appreciate as it helps stimulate the nerve for hearing accuracy. Thanks for the great product!
My third day with the new Phonak Audeo B 90 hearing aids. They still are "learning" but I am seeing a great improvement over my five year old Phonax hearing aids. . The clarity of the sound is close to a "natural" sound. This coming week is a very busy one for me with several meetings at different types of venues. This will be a "learning experience" for the new hearing aids. For the first time in three years I can clearly hear the television without my ComPilot or turning up the volume to a painful level for non-hearing impaired family. They have also freed me from watching our main television or turning the volume to maximum level in other rooms. I really didn't think that this was possible. My hearing specialistwas great- just the right initial adjustment and explained the new system well. Using ZipHearing for the referral to my local provider and purchasing through them was definitely big savings and I have no qualms about recommending ZipHearing to my hearing challenged acquaintances.
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.
I received my hearing aids today through ZipHearing, the Phonak Audeo B90 (2). I was impressed with the immediate change in my ability to hear. My audiologist let my wife hear how I was hearing with and without the aids. It was pretty impressive. I am going to need to get used to the new level of sound and may need some adjustments as I think I am actually hearing too much, but will know better in a couple days. The process and support provided by Jeff and Grant at ZipHearing were excellent. They were able to help me in making the best selection along with the Audiologist that I was referred to. And the savings by utilizing ZipHearing was significant.
Got my phonak B90 3 days ago , i can now talk to my grand children and hear what they have to say for the first time with out missing a word! thank you the people a t VA!
I just got my Audeo B90s today, and so far the sound quality is excellent. Very happy with my local provider too
First time user. Sound quality surprisingly good and natural. Service excellent.
Sound quality of the Audeo B90 is acceptable. User should carefully personalize the setting with his/her audiologist for optimal use. Good noise suppression (at the 6-7/10 volume level). Comfortable wear and cosmetically good. The domes are designed to fit perfectly while preventing total occlusion of the ear canal (preventing "tunneling" of noise and sounds). Tested it with the ComPilot Sys and the sound from the mic is very clear. Haven't used the mobile device connectivity though. Price can be a drawback.
With mixed feelings, I have decided to keep the hearing aids.
I continue to experience a few issues:
-Speech discrimination in situations involving groups, even as few as two people. One-on-one speech recognition is good to very good now because the sound is amplified.
-Speech discrimination when listening to TV group discussions involving multiple speakers, especially with female voices.
-Background noise (road noise) when listening to the car radio, but this is correctable by turning up the volume.
-Taking phone calls when holding the phone to my left ear with the left hearing device in place. Hearing loss in my left ear is much less severe overall than in the right, and I solve this problem by simply removing the device. I can then understand every single word clearly, thanks to the phone amplifier alone: Kerry my provider advised me to hold the phone not over the devise but move it up above the ear. But I prefer just removing the hearing aid temporarily.
My provider added two special programs to the standard, one for TV, the other for the car radio. Frankly, I don's see much difference. Things may improve further as I go along, but I'm not certain.
Let me start by saying that these Phonak hearing aids are better than the $400 General Hearing devices I bought at WalMart.com previously, but not by much. The Phonaks have better wind noise suppression and are better in noisy environments, but that's about it. I could actually hear high end sounds like crickets, birds, etc. better with the Wal Mart devices, but much of that could be the way the Phonaks were programmed, and that could be why the Phonaks are less objectionable in noisy rooms. It's always a compromise, isn't it?
The $400 devices were actually easier to adjust the volume on. The shape off the Phonaks and location of the volume button tends to make them slip off your ear when your press the button. I keep thinking I'll get used to that, but it's been two months now and that's still a bit of an annoyance.
The Phonaks do improve my hearing of live conversations, but for some reason I still have problems understanding speech on television programs.
If the VA weren't paying for mine I'd buy the cheaper ones.