Phonak Audeo Paradise 70
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Phonak Audeo Paradise 70 Hearing Aid Description & Features
Released by Phonak on August 18, 2020 the Phonak Audeo Paradise 70 falls under Phonak`s advanced technology level within the Audeo Paradise family.
As advanced technology, this hearing aid is the second best technology that Phonak has to offer, making it a great choice for individuals with casual lifestyles, who need hearing aids that can deliver great sound quality in almost all environments. For individuals who spend a significant amount of time in noisy environments, a higher technology level should be considered for better perfomance in noise.
The Phonak Audeo Paradise 70 hearing aid has 16 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 Paradise 70 as pictured above features a built in lithium-ion rechargeable battery, which, when powered overnight, reliably delivers 24 hrs of power to the hearing aid. This hearing aid is also available for $100 less with a disposable size 13 battery which will need to be changed every 7-10 days, or a size 312 battery which will need to changed weekly. With a maximum potential gain of 67 SPL, the Audeo Paradise 70 is suitable for individuals with mild to severe hearing loss.
With its discreet RIC (receiver in canal) style, the Audeo Paradise 70 sits comfortably behind the ear and is hardly noticeable to the wearer or others. This hearing aid is available in 7 color choices as shown below.
If you have questions about the Audeo Paradise 70 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 Paradise 70 Accessories & Smartphone Apps
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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Included With Your Purchase
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.
All follow up service appointments during your first year of ownership are included at no additional cost. After that time, your local ZipHearing provider may bill you privately for services at a rate not-to-exceed $50 per appointment.
3 Year Full Manufacturer Warranty
A small docking/recharging station is included. Rechargeable li-ion batteries are supplied with the units (built in).
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 Paradise 70 Reviews
Based on 12 User Reviews
Sound quality for normal use and bluetooth for streaming books/music from my Samsung phone are all excellent.. When using for phone calls, I can hear fine, but I get complaints from most callers that my voice is harder to understand than when I'm using bluetooth or speaker phone. Subsequently, I rarely use the bluetooth capability while talking on the phone.. That defeats much of the purpose of the bluetooth capability. I wish there were a fix for this
Really happy with my decision to go with the 70 over the 90, per another reviewers comments too, I feel it was the right choice for me and my wallet. Excellent crisp yet balanced sound...only have a mild hearing loss so these are probably still a bit of an overkill for my needs but as I understand I can grow into the P70s over time.
Exceptional. Came across the Paradise during my Marvel trial period was lucky enough to upgrade just in the nick of time. Unparalleled sound quality, I've worn hearing aids my whole life and I feel Paradise is the best yet. Steady Bluetooth connnection that doesn't drop in and out, exceptional all around listening quality, comfortable, tech-forward, and I feel they presented a great bang for the buck over the P90.
Quality of my new Phonak Paradise 70R hearing aids is excellent. I really appreciate the Bluetooth application that can be used with them. I am more confident that I won't miss things in phone or video calls for work. I feel like I got state of the art equipment at a fair price through ZipHearing. As a new model was just coming out, they made sure I got that model at the same price.
Sound quality is good. They are comfortable. Having difficulty with ear tap feature .Had to return right ear aid as it was defective but Phonak replaced it within a few days. Only other problem is taking a mask off. Must be careful or it pulls the hearing aids out of my ears.
SOUND quilty is very good. Comfortable to wear but difficult to program. Itwas easy to get use to.I NEVER had hearing aids before ,would recommend the Phonak Paridise.
The sound quality is great I am glad I switched over to the rechargeable ones. The blue tooth capability especially with phone calls is great. So far so good loving them.
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.
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.
Sound quality is excellent. At first they were a little uncomfortable, but then I got the smaller ear pieces and they are supper comfortable now. So far reliability has been good, no issues. Love the Bluetooth. I deliver cars for local car dealership, use GPS all the time, so nice to get directions in my ears. Also answering phone while driving works great and is much safer than speaker phone.
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.