Phonak Audéo Paradise is an outdated model. You may be interested in the newer version, Phonak Audéo Lumity.

Phonak Audéo Paradise

COSTS, REVIEWS, MODELS

Audéo Paradise 90$4598/pair
Audéo Paradise 70$3798/pair
Audéo Paradise 50$3198/pair
Audéo Paradise 30$1998/pair
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Silver Gray (17.5% popularity)

What we love about Audéo Paradise

Tap Control iconTap Control

On select models, simply double air tap the hearing aid to pause/resume music streaming, accept/end phone calls, and start/stop voice assistants such as Siri.

Bluetooth Connectivity iconBluetooth Connectivity

Connects directly to your iOS®, Android™ or other Bluetooth®-enabled devices so you can stream audio in excellent quality directly to your hearing aids.

Rechargeability (optional) iconRechargeability (optional)

Lithium-ion battery technology ensures you can comfortably enjoy a full day of hearing, including streaming from your favorite devices. Simply set your hearing aids in their charger at night, and you'll wake up to fully-powered devices in the morning.

Included with your purchase

Local Care

Don’t settle for less- or “remote support.” To get the best performance out of your hearing aids you need local care. It’s why all the major manufacturers recommend it. Your purchase includes 1 year of unlimited appointments with your local ZipHearing provider. After your first year of ownership, additional appointments with your local ZipHearing provider are $50 each.

45 Day Risk-Free Trial

Wear your hearing aids for 45 days. If they don’t change your life, simply bring them back to your local ZipHearing provider and we’ll issue a 100% refund. No restocking fees. No fine print.

Warranty

Your purchase includes a manufacturer’s 3 year warranty covering repairs, and loss and damage. If a hearing aid is lost or damaged beyond repair during the warranty period, your ZipHearing provider can file what is called a “Loss and Damage Claim” for you, and a new device will be issued, subject to a deductible payable to your hearing provider of $350/aid.

Supplies

Cleaning and maintenance supplies like domes and wax filters are included with your order, and your hearing provider will show you how to use them. If your hearing aids take disposable batteries, we’ll include a year's supply. If your hearing aids are rechargeable, we’ll include a charger.

Financing Available

We offer 12 month interest-free financing through CareCredit. We also offer payment plans of up to 60 months, though interest does apply. Setting up your financing takes just minutes, and a ZipHearing team member will help you through the process.

How Audéo Paradise fits

How hearing aids looks on the head
Silver Gray (17.5% popularity)
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45 Day Risk-Free Trial
Shield icon - 45 Day Risk-Free Trial

45 Day Risk-Free Trial

Wear your hearing aids for 45 days. If they don’t change your life, simply bring them back to your local ZipHearing provider and we’ll issue a 100% refund. No restocking fees. No fine print.

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Financing Available
Financing icon - Financing Available

Financing Available

We offer 12 month interest-free financing through CareCredit. We also offer payment plans of up to 60 months, though interest does apply. Setting up your financing takes just minutes, and a ZipHearing team member will help you through the process.

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Local Care
Heart icon - local care

Local Care

Don’t settle for less- or “remote support.” To get the best performance out of your hearing aids you need local care. It’s why all the major manufacturers recommend it. Your purchase includes 1 year of unlimited appointments with your local ZipHearing provider. After your first year of ownership, additional appointments with your local ZipHearing provider are $50 each.

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Warranty
Warranty icon - warranty

Warranty

Your purchase includes a manufacturer’s 3 year warranty covering repairs, and loss and damage. If a hearing aid is lost or damaged beyond repair during the warranty period, your ZipHearing provider can file what is called a “Loss and Damage Claim” for you, and a new device will be issued, subject to a deductible payable to your hearing provider of $350/aid.

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Supplies
Supplies icon - provide supplies for the hearing aids

Supplies

Cleaning and maintenance supplies like domes and wax filters are included with your order, and your hearing provider will show you how to use them. If your hearing aids take disposable batteries, we’ll include a year's supply. If your hearing aids are rechargeable, we’ll include a charger.

Written by:Jeff Hall, Hearing Aid Specialist
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Jeff Hall

President at ZipHearing

Jeff is a California licensed hearing aid dispenser and the President of ZipHearing- one of the largest hearing aid suppliers in the country. Read More
Medically reviewed by:Brad Ingrao, Doctor of Audiology
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Brad Ingrao

Editor & Doctor of Audiology

Brad Ingrao, Au.D. has been in clinical practice since 1992 in a variety of settings including academia, private practice, educational audiology, the VA, and the hearing aid industry.Read More
Updated:Dec 08, 2022
Phonak Audéo Paradise

There’s nothing like the sound of Paradise

Released by Phonak on August 19, 2020, Audéo Paradise is a somewhat outdated model. If you’re interested in a rechargeable hearing aid from Phonak, we’d recommend checking out their next generation model, Audéo Lumity.

Although Audéo Lumity runs on Phonak’s newest and best operating system, it is not yet a complete family of hearing aids and only offers a few models.

If you’re interested in a disposable battery powered hearing aid, or a CROS transmitter, Audéo Paradise is still the best option for you, and you can see those models below.

Audéo Paradise at a glance

Sales popularity of Audéo Paradise vs.

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Relative sales popularity of Phonak models over time, based on our internal sales data. Updated weekly. Click on a model name to remove/bring back it from the chart comparsion

Sales stats for Audéo Paradise

Based on our internal sales data. Updated daily.

BOUGHT BY 11.7%of our customers who've bought Phonak in the last 90 days
RETURNED BY 10.5%of customers during their 45 day trial period for a 100% refund
ZipHearing Return PolicyWe think you'll love your new hearing aids. But if you don't, return them for a 100% refund within 45 days. No restocking fees, no fine print.

Your savings through ZipHearing

Based on retail pricing figures from HearingTracker.com.

Average retail
OUR PRICE IS
41% less
than the national average for this hearing aid
ZipHearing Price

Phonak's product naming convention

Phonak
Brand
Audéo
Style
Paradise
Generation
90
Tech level
R
Rechargeable

Audéo Paradise tech levels our customers buy

Based on internal sales data. Updated daily.

Hearing Aids prices range56.2%
Hearing Aids prices range56.2%
Tech level% of sales
Premium56.2%
Advanced31.9%
Mid10.2%
Low1.7%

Phonak Audéo Paradise models

Sorted by popularity. Based on our internal sales data. Updated daily.

RATING1
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Audéo P R

Receiver-in-canal style with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery

72.8%
of our customers choose this model
RATING2
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Audéo P RT

Receiver-in-canal style with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and a telecoil

9.8%
of our customers choose this model
RATING3
The image of Phonak Audéo P 312 hearing aidsAudéo P 312
Audéo P 312

Receiver-in-canal style with a size 312 battery

9.3%
of our customers choose this model
RATING4
The image of Phonak Audéo P Life hearing aidsAudéo P Life
Audéo P Life

Waterproof receiver-in-canal style with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery

4.5%
of our customers choose this model
RATING5
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Audéo P 13T

Receiver-in-canal style with a size 13 battery and a telecoil

3.4%
of our customers choose this model
RATING6
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Audeo P R Fit

Receiver-in-canal style with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and sensor for health data tracking

0.1%
of our customers choose this model
RATING7
The image of Phonak Audéo CROS P-13 hearing aidsAudéo CROS P-13
Audéo CROS P-13

Receiver-in-canal style CROS transmitter with a size 13 battery

0%
of our customers choose this model
RATING8
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Audéo CROS P-R

Receiver-in-canal style CROS transmitter with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery

0%
of our customers choose this model

Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 vs 70 & more

This is a heavily abbreviated chart designed to focus only on the key differences between models. Features that exist across all technology are not listed below unless they`re necessary to provide context for other features listed. Swipe right to see more features, tap on a feature to read its description.

Model30507090
Sales popularity1.7%10.2%31.9%56.2%
Tech levelLowMidAdvancedPremium
Finetuning channels8121620
Automatic programs4569
Additional manual programs6689
UltrazoomLowMidAdvancedPremium
Motion sensor hearing
DuoPhone
Roger and directional setting
Tap control
Windblock

*some features may not apply to all models on this page

For a more detailed comparison, see Phonak`s feature matrix

Phonak Audéo Paradise reviews

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The Phonaks connect very easily

Review by: Doug from MN
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 R
Bought: Jan 2021

Hello my name is Doug, I live in Bloomington, MN, Minneapolis, and I’m about to be 64 years old, and I’ve suffered hearing loss for many years, ever since I was a youth, shooting guns, shotguns, duck hunting with my family, and I’ve been interested in hearing aids for a while now and the hearing aids I chose were the Phonak PR90s, rechargeable, I didn't want to mess with the batteries. I have a close up of my hearing aid here, come out real easy, but they stay in, I guess I can show you. And they got the little kickstand there, and the left and right, I need one in each ear. There’s a little maintenance to them, that’s okay, and then I just pop it back in, a little easier with my glasses off. The main reason I chose this hearing aid was, based on the information I found out, my cousin has Oticons and he really loves them, but they’re not for me, and I have an Android phone, and the Phonaks connect to them very easily, and I do recommend local service. I thought about buying them online, and after talking with Jeff at Zip, I can see how the value of having local help really makes a difference. I’ve had my two week check up and I’ve got another scheduled in two weeks, and again, I like the fact that they’re little, they’re lightweight, I’m getting used to them. I do feel like I have an itch in my ear, but I’m getting used to it and it’s going well. I would recommend Phonaks to other people, I’ve talked to family and friends about them already. I do enjoy the Bluetooth technology and how they connect to each other, and the quick charger and portable carrying case, and they give you some tools to help keep them clean. I have not had any experience with any other hearing aids, I’ve just done a lot of research online, and the number one piece of advice, which my cousin gave to me, which was definitely see an audiologist, a doctor of audiology. Thank you, and good luck with your choice.

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There’s really nothing I do not like about them

Review by: William from TX
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 R
Bought: Sep 2021

Hello my name is Hank and I have the Phonak Audeo, I believe it’s the P90, anyway it’s their top of the line hearing aid in that series and I replaced some almost 6 year old Siemens hearing aids and I would have to say they are far superior to those, which I would expect, being so much newer technology, and there’s really nothing I do not like about them. They, as advertised, connect very well with Bluetooth, I have an iPhone, I don’t know about Android, but the iPhone connects very well. I guess if I did have one complaint, sometimes when I scratch my ear or something it activates the siri as it’s supposed to do, but I guess I’m complaining about it working too well. They’re behind the ear type, this is what they look like, they are totally comfortable I don’t even know I’m wearing them. They stay in the ear well, the app has some features, one that I like is if you’re in a relatively small room with a half dozen or so people and there’s people in there that are what I call low talkers, it’d be hard to hear even if you had good hearing, you can adjust the focus in to just towards that person and you can adjust it where soft sounds are loud and so I’ll go into the app and manually make those settings for a meeting of that type. And then the rest of the time I just leave it on the automatic, it’ll sense and it does, I’ve read some people having complaints about that switching off and on but I haven’t had that. It’ll switch when you get in your car, or it does for me, and watching tv sometimes it’ll switch. Usually I don't even notice that. But the automatic setting is where I keep it most of the time. The sound quality to me is really good, the only thing I have to compare it with is my six year old hearing aids and it’s just way better than that. So I’m happy with them. No complaints. Maybe the app could use a little work, but as far as the hearing aids themselves, they just work really well. If you’re watching a youtube video on your iPhone it just automatically goes through the hearing aids and the sound quality is quite good. So you’re not bothering people, which is nice, if you’re watching something on a Youtube or facebook video or something like that and it does it seamlessly automatic, haven’t had any issues with Bluetooth connectivity at all. So that is my rating of these, I guess if I had the opportunity to go back in time and decide to do something else I’d still go with these, I think they were worth the price difference for the top end. So that is all, thank you, hope this has been helpful.

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I love these things and highly recommend them

Review by: Christopher from TX
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 R
Bought: Mar 2021

Hi my name is Chris, this is a review for the Phonak Paradise P90 hearing aids. Now I will say, my history with hearing aids, I wore a CIC variant before, I wore it for about a week and ended up returning it. I’d been to a couple audiologists, the one recommended by ZipHearing was great, and he recommended these, these are an RIC version, I think they only come in the RIC. I was hesitant at first, I wanted them to be very discreet, I’m younger, just didn’t want people at work to know I wore hearing aids, as I imagine most of you are like. My audiologist convinced me, “hey, just give it a try you would be surprised.” I would say these are very discreet, the RIC style even, they are by far, worlds better sounding than the others that I have tried, they sound very natural, it doesn’t sound like there is a speaker, and they’re so light and small, I frequently forget that I’m wearing them. I’ve showered with them 3 times in a matter of 4 months since I first got these, but, you can see, couple things I wanted to point out, I think the ZipHearing description mentions there’s a vented dome, this is the style, you can see the tip that I go with, it is great, there’s a ton of airflow, I have about 60% hearing loss, so, he mentioned a CIC version would restrict the hearing that I currently have, and this would help kind of, accent it, or compliment my current hearing. So I like it, it’s really really tiny. I really wanted one with Bluetooth connectivity, these have it. I will say it’s easy to make calls on them, you can hear pretty clearly. Now, the Bluetooth does have room for improvement, don’t think it’s the end all be all, but there is that connectivity, you can stream music through them and hear it perfectly. It really doesn’t eat battery life. One of the features I like the best is the rechargeability. So this case is actually how you charge them, there’s no battery you have to replace at any given time. One piece of advice, or recommendation I should say, if you do get these, in order to recharge them, there’s a plug on the back. Now, you can buy an accessory which I have, on here, this bottom piece is actually a battery pack, but this way, when I take them out, you can see the battery pack charger, this piece, covers up what the current case looks like, but I like it because I can put them in the case without it being on the charger, and they automatically start charging and disconnect from my phone. If you were to just have the case itself, it would have to be plugged in. And really they’re great, I would highly recommend these. This is my third pair of hearing aids to try and like I said I returned the two others, this is over the course of a few years, within the 100 day period, but these are definitely a keeper, I use them 10-12 hours a day, I’ve had no problems with it sounding kind of stereo-like. I will stay occasionally it will pick up, if there’s really heavy wind, you’ll catch some wind noise, but that’s about all that I notice. Another excellent feature of these hearing aids is they have a setting that auto adjusts based on your on your environment, so with the hearing aid versions I had before, if I was in a restaurant it would be one setting, or watching TV another setting, or a conference call for work would be another. These I have, I’ve messed around with the settings a little bit, via the iPhone app, but I will say the AutoSense, the AI feature, is what I go with about 100% of the time. So pretty amazing, if you’re on the fence between two pairs I highly recommend this one. You can see mine look a little unique, the color of these I think is chestnut, because I have brown hair. I was worried about these sticking out, I wore them for 5 stays in the office, no one had said anything, and then I casually brought up that you know, I had to get hearing aids, and pointed to them to someone that works and sits right behind me and she was shocked and said oh my gosh I did not even notice you had them in and it had been a full week like I said, so again, very discreet and very very tiny. I love these things and highly recommend them.

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Barely noticeable…very powerful, I love them

Review by: Nick from CA
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 Life
Bought: Nov 2021

Hello everyone, my name is St. Nicholas. I’m over here in sunny California, I’m in my very early thirties, and am currently a doctorate student, working on my doctorate. I grew up with hearing loss and my entire life I’ve always been that one kid that couldn’t hear. I also grew up with heart problems, I was always that one kid with a bad heart. I lived through the evolution of the analog to digital hearing aids. When I was a kid, I used to have to carry a very heavy box around my neck, and people had to use a microphone to speak to me, it’s kind of crazy when you think about it today. I recently picked up some Phonak Audeo Paradise 90 Life, yeah, that’s a mouthful, but it’s well worth it, trust me. This is the newest and the best hearing aid I feel that’s on the market as of 2022. They just came out just a few short weeks ago in January 2022 and they are far superior to any I have ever tried after decades of trying hearing aids. So these are the hearing aids, right here, take a look at them. I have bilateral hearing loss and so I need a hearing aid in both ears. They’re very easy to put in, and they don’t cause much of a problem, they’re hardly noticeable especially when my hairs a little bit longer, almost nobody knows I have hearing aids on and they’re super sleek black, there’s all kinds of colors, I preferred just plain black just because it blends with my hair the best and when my hairs a little bit longer you can barely notice them, even when my hairs short, you’re barely noticing them when I’m moving around. Barely noticeable, very small, very powerful, I love them. I also have this case that came with them, it’s actually a charging case, because the hearing aids are rechargeable. The case looks pretty bad ass, I think it’s a pretty nice case, it holds both of them, and if you look really closely inside of these you’re barely gonna see anything inside of them, because there’s no metal contacts, the case uses inductive charging, similar to like a wireless charger for your phone, you don’t have to plug them in, that’s pretty cool. I chose the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90 Life, because it is made for people like me. The Audeo Paradise Life is designed for people with an active lifestyle. These hearing aids are designed to handle exposure to water, sweat, and daily life. I could hop on a rowing boat without any issue, I could hop on a boat without issue, I could go running, I could ride a bike, I don’t have to worry about sweat, I don’t have to worry about it raining when I’m running late to a meeting, none of that. I chose this hearing aid because they’re fully enclosed, there’s no metal contacts anywhere on the hearing aid. You don’t really see metal anywhere on the hearing aid. All the speaker ports are closed with a special type of plastic, and the microphone port is closed with a special type of plastic so moisture does not bother these hearing aids. I like that I don’t have to be careful about these. In the past, when I went to a park with my friends, I went hiking with my family, I decided to go to a gym, or anything else that might involve sweat on a hot day or just a little bit of water, I had to take my hearing aids out because I couldn’t risk damaging them because they’re so expensive. Now when your friends and family are trying to talk to you when you’re doing activities and you don’t have the hearing aids, it sucks, you suck at hearing, it’s because you don’t understand them. It’s so isolating. With these, I’m not afraid to take them out. This case, going back to this case, check out any other hearing aid on the market and tell me how many of the cases are rechargeable.. Not very many. Now, what do you notice about this case? It’s not plugged in right now. And when I open it, barely noticeable on the camera but look at that, the lights show up. It doesn’t need to be plugged in to charge your hearing aids. That’s pretty cool. It uses a USB-C charger, most computers today have it to charge. I could take this on the go, I don’t have to worry about keeping it plugged in. I keep it plugged in at night just because it’s convenient, but I take it with me when I need to go to the barber shop and put my hearing aids away, going on a hike, camping, hospital, I just throw this in my backpack, I’m not afraid of my battery dying, because it doesn’t, and when I need to charge my hearing aids at night or if I’m not using my hearing aids at the time, I just stick them in the case, it only takes 2 hours to get a full day charge, and this not plugged into the power source could charge my hearing aids for about a week, that’s pretty awesome. This is far different than any case I’ve ever seen with any hearing aids and far different from any case Phonak ever released and these just came out in January 2022, for the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90 Life. I use these hearing aids at work, they connect to my computer automatically, there’s no adapters, it uses Bluetooth, it works well on a mac, on any windows computer I tried, my phone and tablet are both connected to it flawlessly, along with my laptop and desktop. My voice doesn’t sound too bad right? It sounds pretty crisp, not much feedback, pretty good, it’s about on par with a high quality microphone. Would you believe me if I told you that I’m speaking through these hearing aids now? You might’ve noticed it when I held up my hearing aids, my voice dropped a little bit. I don’t need to be near my computer or my phone for you to hear me to speak. These do it for me, the microphone is also built into them. If I double tap my ear, on the right side, right up here, top my earlobe, if I double tap it like twice, it activates Siri on my iPhone, just by double tapping my ear. That’s pretty cool. My least favorite thing is, there’s still some cons with it. My least favorite thing I would say, is when I’m watching something on my tablet or my computer and someone calls me, the Bluetooth priority will switch to my phone and that sucks when it’s a spam call or if I’m in a meeting and I forgot to silence my phone or turn off the Bluetooth, it’s just something to be aware about. It’s so much better than I ever had before, it’s a small first world problem. I would absolutely recommend this to a friend. So far I’ve had a great experience with these. I’ve had a great experience with many hearing aids over the years. As I said earlier I used to have the kind where you had to speak into a microphone just to talk to my hearing aids. The more recent ones that I had were the ReSound LiNX 3D level 9, which were great, but when you’re connected to your devices, it was hard to switch between devices, it didn’t work with the computer very well, I couldn’t adapt it to the computer very well. I also tried out the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90, the non-Life version, they work beautifully and when these came out ZipHearing switched me over because this is what I was originally looking for and originally wanted. ZipHearing let me try out the other pair just to see if I liked it, the level of technology. Because the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90 Life is the same level of hearing technology in the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90, the difference is the manufacturing process makes this one more water resistant, and is targeted towards the active community. If you’re young, you’re active, you’re always outside, or running to meetings, you’re afraid of sweat, you want to go play disc golf, you want to play some sort of sport, you want to run, walk, job, these are the perfect hearing aids for you, and for me. The number one piece of advice I could give to someone considering purchasing hearing aids is do not be afraid to try them. ZipHearing is okay with you trying hearing aids. I did it, until I found the perfect one for me. So many people would recommend just getting a baseline technology. You could watch Youtube nonstop, it’s always people saying “just get the baseline, just get the baseline, there’s no reason to get the extra features, just get the baseline.” But, I’ve tried the baseline, I’ve tried the premium hearing aids. There have been studies done on these. The premium hearing aids aren’t usually chosen over blind studies anyway, but the reason why I like the premium hearing aids and I think it’s worth the little bit of extra money, is just because I connect to my computer, I’m speaking to you through these hearing aids right now, on my computer, through the Youtube video you’re gonna be watching very shortly. That’s amazing. The baseline improves your hearing greatly, there’s nothing wrong with it, if you want the baseline, go for it. But, as a young person, headphones, airpods, headsets, they are a thing and you’re kind of left out without them. But these, they are my headset. Instead of barely trying to hear through a Bluetooth headset because I can’t turn the volume loud enough, I can’t customize the volume to my specific type of bilateral hearing loss, I don’t need to worry about that, because these hearing aids have it built in. They are amazing. If you lead an active lifestyle, and if you’ve lost hearing aids over and over again due to sweat damage- every single hearing aid I’ve ever had broke due to sweat…these hearing aids are for you. I don’t have to slow down my life anymore, these hearing aids can keep up with me. That is important, they can keep up with me.

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I would buy them 10 out of 10 times

Review by: Sean from CA
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 R
Bought: Oct 2020

Hey everyone my name is Sean, I’m 35 years old and I have mild to moderate hearing loss. So today I’m gonna tell you some pros and cons, about the hearing aids that I have. Mine are the Phonak Audeo Paradise and I really really enjoy them. Starting with the pros, the comfort, it’s way more comfortable than any other hearing aid that I’ve tried, and I’ve tried a lot of them, from Starkey, to Oticon, Signia, and so many more. These ones are by far the most comfortable which is a big deal in picking your hearing aids because you’re gonna be wearing them everyday all day so you want something comfortable. Moving on, there’s literally no feedback sound and that’ a pretty big deal for me because I’ve had other hearing aids in the past where I go to give someone a hug and my hearing aids are whistling and that can be kind of embarrassing. So these ones don’t really have a feedback sound, it doesn’t matter if I’m laying on my head, the left side, the right side, hugging my wife or daughter, there’s no kinda whistles or weird sounds coming out of the hearing aids, so that’s pretty cool, so I covered the feedback, the comfort, the tapping, the tapping for like answering phone calls is really cool. Whenever my phone is ringing it’ll tell me the name of the person whose calling and depending if I want to answer I just tap or don’t tap, but that’s how you answer the phone call, and then you don’t need to have the phone in your hands, or anywhere as long as it’s like in your pocket or something. I think it’s like a 50 foot radius, so that’s pretty cool being able to talk on the phone completely hands-free, the sound is perfect, it sounds just like being on the phone, on both ends, because I’ll ask whoever I’m talking to how it sounds coming from my end and as long as you’re not in a noisy environment it’ll work just like talking on a regular phone. So that’s another one of my pros. And with the music, when you listen to the music with the hearing aids you can go into the app and control the ratio of your surrounding sounds and the music coming from the hearing aid, which is really cool because with all the other hearing aids I don’t remember ever seeing that feature so it’s nice being able to amplify your outside sounds while you’re still listening to music, that’s definitely a cool feature and would have to be one of my pros. And for cons, I really don’t have many, there’s really not much to not like about this hearing aid. The only issue that I have is the tapping can be pretty sensitive, like I can just take off my hat or scratch my head and next thing I know, siri is talking to me, and that’s kinda difficult when you’re trying to have a conversation with someone and siri is in your ear, you kinda gotta wait for that to stop. But there’s ways around that, you can go into the app and disable tapping or direct the tapping to just answering phone calls, or playing or pausing music, so there’s ways around that. I don’t really have many cons other than that, it’s nice being able to hear. This hearing aid is definitely the best one for me, as far as comfort, being able to hear my wife and daughter without them having to repeat themselves over and over. I love this hearing aid and I would buy it 10 out of 10 times. So this is what they look like while they’re in my ears. They’re receiver in canal so they’re not super noticeable, but you can still kinda see them. And this is what they look like in my hand. So yeah those are the pros and cons for my hearing aids, the Phonak Audeo Paradise. I hope that they helped you.

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I enjoy putting on these new Phonaks every morning

Review by: Mark from OH
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 R
Bought: Sep 2021

Hello, I’m Mark and I’d like to talk a bit about my experience with the Phonak Audeo Paradise 90R rechargeable hearing aids. I’m hoping that my comments might be particularly helpful to individuals who would like to know more about how the technology has changed in the past 10 years, as well as musicians, and that includes those of you who just enjoy listening to music. First, allow me to give a bit of background about myself because it relates directly and specifically to hearing. I’ve spent more than 50 years of my life in music. I’ve been a professional musician performing across a wide variety of styles. I’ve been a conductor of bands and orchestras, and for more than 30 years I’ve served as a Professor of Music at a large state university, where I primarily taught courses in music history and carried out research into various aspects of music listening. I’m extremely grateful for my career in music, but I also have no doubt that it is largely responsible for my significant hearing loss. 10 years ago I reluctantly accepted the fact that my loss of hearing was a problem that had to be addressed. Accepting hearing loss can be difficult for many people, but I would argue that it’s especially difficult, even embarrassing for musicians. By this time my wife had learned to accommodate me by speaking louder than normal and over-enunciating her consonants, but in the classroom I was struggling. College-aged students often speak very softly, and they certainly don’t over-enunciate. I found myself avoiding asking questions in class, because I found that in too many cases I wouldn’t be able to decipher the answers. Not a good thing at all. Social situations were also nightmarish. So I made an appointment with a Doctor of Audiology within the university medical system, and after comprehensive testing I learned that my hearing loss was even more profound than I imagined, especially in the upper register of hearing. So it was time for me to invest in hearing aids. Because of my circumstances I gravitated towards models near the top end of various product lines even though the prices were shocking. In the end, the audiologist recommended the Phonak Audeo S Smart IX and I accepted that because I have come to have a great deal of trust in her professional knowledge and judgment. Now that said, I was not a good patient. I didn’t like wearing the aids, and I had difficulty accepting that the world ever sounded to me like what I was hearing through those aids. I wore them only when teaching and in certain social situations, and I was always a bit disappointed with the performance. As a result, on average, the hearing aids were in my ears less than 2 hours a day. None of this of course was the fault of the audiologist. I now recognize that I had unrealistic expectations about how much my hearing would return to normal with aids, especially with what I had thought was a top end model. More than 9 years later, about 8 months ago, I became convinced by the positive experience of friends, who were using more recent models of hearing aids, to invest in a new pair for myself, even though my old Phonaks were still functional. So, have I found my new hearing aids to be an improvement over the previous pair? Here’s the bottom line- over the past 8 months, my average use has been 15.4 hours/day, which is more than my weekly average with the older pair. I simply enjoy wearing them. They’ve become integrated into my everyday life. And what caused this difference? Well, I’m convinced the technology has simply caught up with my expectations of 10 years ago. Here are the new Phonaks that I have, and you can see they’re a traditional behind-the-ear model. Why do I enjoy them so much? Well, the older pair often seemed to have a background of soft white noise, like a kind of sonic haze. Not so with this new pair. Sounds are more defined and the background is much cleaner. I don’t have to work as hard at hearing. Music listening is also more enjoyable, sounds are more real and convincing, and the distortion of high register pitches from coming from instruments such as the piccolo, the violin, and guitar, those distortions are gone. But as important as improved hearing is, and of course hearing enhancement is the sum and substance of hearing aids, it’s not the only reason I enjoy putting on these new Phonaks every morning. The Bluetooth connectivity along with the Phonak application on my phone are wonderful. I can answer and hang up on phone calls just by tapping the side of my head, and hearing phone conversation through my aids has made that method of communication pleasant for me again. I do a lot of road cycling and I don’t miss having to stop my bike, dismount, and dig out my phone whenever I need to take a call. I also like hearing the tones that signal a new text message or email has arrived. I listen to lots of music and news clips every morning, and it’s great to hear the audio without having to disturb anyone else. I enjoy watching the streaming movies and TV on my phone, and the sound coming directly, clearly into my ears is a pleasure. The phone app offers a number of programs to select from for specific situations- listening to music, watching television, conversation in restaurants, but I would guess that most wearers would find that the built-in AutoSense program accommodates their every needs quite adequately. And although I’m not an audiologist, I know what works best for me, so I really appreciate that I now have the ability to design and tinker with my own programs for various listening situations. So here’s another bottom line- for me, this advanced technology built into the hearing aids has turned what as an inconvenience, into a real convenience. And speaking of convenience, I love the recharging unit. It’s easy to use, and quick to charge. I would never want to return to batteries. Finally, let me address my experience purchasing hearing aids online. The company agents I dealt with on the phone and by email were knowledgeable and friendly, it was really first class stuff. The hearing professional they connected me with as a local liaison was also very helpful. I’ve been back to him several times for adjustments or questions, and I’ve never been charged. He even came in on a non-workday once, when I needed quick assistance. His office and equipment were definitely modest compared to the university clinic I visited for my first hearing aids, but I was very satisfied overall with his service and product knowledge. So here is my final bottom line. These Phonak Audeo Paradise 90 hearing aids, rechargeable, with the advanced technology and superior performance, ended up costing me several thousand dollars less than the Phonaks I purchased at the clinic 10 years ago. And let me offer up just one final piece of advice, given what I’ve already talked about. When you purchase hearing aids, consider investing in models with all the technology you are able to afford, I don’t think you will regret it.

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Written Reviews

Review by JC on May 17, 2022
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 70 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | Peterborough, NH, NH
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It works well

First time user, so taking a little time to get used to them. I couldn't imagine how helpful it is to take phone calls through my hearing aids. Also I wound up using the bluetooth connection to my computer much more than expected. Phonak's commitment to full initegration with Android devices was important to me. It works well although I sometime have to wait after an unexpected disconnect.
Review by Mitch on Sep 28, 2020
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | Encinitas, CA

Big improvement in clarity of speech

These new Phonak behind the ear hearing aids are significantly better than my previous older models. To me the difference is the improvement of clarity of speech over the back ground noise. I hear individual words clearer and that means the world to me!
Review by Carol on Oct 12, 2020
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 70 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | San Diego, CA

Excellent sound quality

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
Review by Sebastian on Dec 04, 2020
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 50 R
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VERIFIED BUYER | San Diego, CA

Maybe not for me

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

Review by Rick on Jun 11, 2021
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 50 R(Graphite Gray)
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VERIFIED BUYER | Mason, OH
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They are so comfortable

Yes I am very please with my hearing aids. They are so comfortable I don’t really resize I am wearing them. I put them on first thing in the morning and don’t remove them until bedtime.

I am also very pleased with my provider
Review by Janie on Dec 31, 2020
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 70 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | Centennial, CO

Absolutely love

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.
Review by Chris on Aug 26, 2021
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 70 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | Marietta, GA

Very happy

Very happy with the Automatic sound adjustment feature. Have noticed great wind noise suppression while streaming music through them driving. Love being able to customize settings, and have last used custom program available as a button push.
Review by Rick on May 28, 2021
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 50 312
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VERIFIED BUYER | Reno, NV

Good, with issues

I'm still trying to get these adjusted to my liking. It's getting better, thanks to the doc, Chris Harjes. In short, I find the sound to be a cross between harsh and symbilant. I do find the hearing aids are very revealing...I'm hearing sounds I wasn't aware of previously. This includes listening to music, specifically the drummer and his/her work with the cymbals and high hat. On the downside, phone calls through the aids are accompanied by pops and clicks.. I can hear the other party, but the extra noise is annoying.
Review by Kathy on Aug 15, 2022
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 30 R
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VERIFIED BUYER | Port Saint Lucie, FL
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Awesome!

After recently having two (2) failed attempts with two (2) other providers, I contacted Zip Hearing. I absolutely cannot say how happy I am with Zip and the Dr. , they both have changed my world….forever! My family is very happy too, as they were more than tired of me saying,“What”?
Review by Kathy on Aug 10, 2022
Model: Phonak Audéo Paradise 90 312(Beige)
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VERIFIED BUYER | Meridian, ID
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Work wonderfully with my android phone

We started with another brand but I did not like them. The exchange was handled without a hitch. I'm still in the adjustment stage but provider is willing and able to make them as perfect as possible. I have profound hearing loss so it is a challenge. The PHONAK hearing aids pair wonderfully with my android phone. I am unable to use a phone without them.
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Common questions about Phonak Audéo Paradise hearing aids

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Is this hearing aid Roger compatible?
Yes. All Audéo Paradise models can pair directly to Roger devices.
Is this hearing aid Bluetooth compatible?
Yes, this model is Bluetooth compatible and offers direct audio streaming from almost all phones.
Does this hearing aid allow for hands-free phone calls?
Yes. The microphones on the hearing aid will pick up your voice so the caller can hear you, without the need to hold your phone next to your mouth as you normally would. This feature works best in quiet environments. Outdoors, and in noise, the caller on the other end may say you sound like your on speakerphone.
Can this hearing aid be paired directly to my Bluetooth TV?
Yes, though Phonak doesn't recommend it, as it can cause excessive battery drain. Phonak recommends purchasing the TV Connector accessory for this instead.
How many hours a day do the batteries last?
With no streaming, your batteries will last 24 hrs. With several hours a day of streaming, the minimum your batteries should last is 16 hrs.
What is the lifespan of the rechargeable batteries?
Expect your battery to last 4-6 years. The battery is built-in to the hearing aid, so when it needs to be replaced, your hearing care provider will ship the hearing aid to Phonak and they'll do it. Feels will usually apply, ranging from $75-$200.
How will I know when my battery needs to be charged?
The hearing aids will make two long beep sounds. Your hearing care provider can show you a demo of these sounds in Phonak's fitting software, so you know what to expect. Typically the aids will make these notification sounds every 15-30 minutes, until the aid quits working entirely.
What if I'm on-the-go and my battery dies?
This is a risk with all rechargeable hearing aids, but most are reliable enough that with proper planning and charging, this should rarely happen. If it does happen, you have a few options to get your hearing aids charged up quickly- but they'll all require having a charger handy. If you have your standard charger that came with the hearing aids, you can of course charge your hearing aids that way, and a 30 minute quick charge will get you 3 hours of power. The charger case can be plugged into any electrical outlet, and can also be charged via USB. Alternatively, if you don't have access to electricity, if you have your charger + the optional Power Pack accessory, you'll be able to charge your hearing aids like you normally would, and the charger will draw power from the Power Pack rather than from an outlet.
How long does it take to get a full charge?
Your hearing aids will fully charge in 2 hrs, giving you 24 hours of power. A 30 minute quick charger will get you 3 hours of power .
Does the charger include a dehumidifier?
The charger has a built-in compartment where you can put desiccant which will dry out the hearing aids while they're charging. Desiccant does not come with the charger by default, so if you want this, please let us know when you place your order.
Why does the app show the battery depleting faster on one aid?
This is completely normal. One of your hearing aids (right or left), will probably always drain a little bit faster than the other, on a consistent basis. This has to do with the way the hearing aids pair to the phone via Bluetooth- it always causes the battery on one aid to drain faster than the other.
How come my hearing aids stopped charging?
If your hearing aids stop charging or are otherwise acting strange, try this trick: Press the rockerswitch's bottom button down for 30 seconds. Release, and put the aid in the charger for 1 minute.
How will I know when it's time to change the battery?
The hearing aids will make two long beep sounds. Your hearing care provider can show you a demo of these sounds in Phonak's fitting software, so you know what to expect. Typically the aids will make these notification sounds every 15-30 minutes, until the aid quits working entirely.
How long do the batteries last?
With no Bluetooth streaming, the P 312 model should last about a week. With a few hours a day of streaming, it could be as few as 3.5 days. Expect a few additional days from the P 13T model.
Are the batteries hard to change?
For most people, no. If you're concerned about changing batteries, we recommend getting the rechargeable model, or the P 13T model, which uses a larger battery than the P 312.
How can I control this hearing aid, and which settings can I control?
You can control the volume and program with the onboard rockerswitch, the RemoteControl, or the myPhonak app. The myPhonak app will also allow you to adjust the frequencies of the hearing aids.
How do I turn this hearing aid on and off?
If you use the rechargeable model, press and hold the onboard rockerswitch's bottom button down for 3 seconds to turn it on or off. Or, simply place the hearing aid in the charger. If you use a model with disposable batteries, opening the battery door will turn it off, and closing it will turn it on.
Does the app have a “Find My Hearing Aid” feature?
Phonak hearing aids and Phonak apps do not have a "Find My Hearing Aid" feature.
Is this hearing aid CROS compatible?
Certain models are. The Audéo P-13T, Audéo P-R, and Audéo P-RT models, in all performance levels, are CROS compatible. The two CROS models available (pictured above), are the CROS P-13, which uses a size 13 battery, and CROS P-R, which uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Please note that when you use any of the Audéo Paradise models with a CROS, the myPhonak app will not work. Phonak is currently working on a fix for this and expects to have one sometime in 2022.
Is the Tap Control feature available on all models?
No. Tap Control is a cool feature that allows you to tap your ear to answer and end a call, start or stop streaming music, or access virtual assistants like Siri. The Tap Control feature is only available in the 70 and 90 technology levels, and only in the rechargeable models.
What is an ActiveVent receiver?
ActiveVent is a world's first intelligent hearing aid receiver (speaker) that features a mechanically switching vent (controlled by the hearing aid), designed to open and close depending on the wearer's sound environment. The goal of this receiver is to combine the benefits of an open fit and a closed fit in one receiver.
Would I benefit from an ActiveVent receiver?

It depends, and ultimately, it's a decision you'll make with your hearing care provider. We would recommend checking out the PDF linked above on this page, which provides a candicacy checklist for ActiveVent receivers. Unfortunately we have been hearing complaints from our customers that ActiveVent receivers make an audible "click" sound everytime they open and close, and many customers find this constant clicking to be intolerable. 

What is the cost of the ActiveVent receiver?
This receiver is not included with standard orders, and will cost an additional $100 per hearing aid. Phonak also recommends that a SlimTip Titanium mold is used with this receiver, which is $49. That means if you're getting a pair of Activevent receivers and molds it will run you $300.
Which models is the ActiveVent compatible with?

ActiveVent receivers are compatible with all Paradise rechargeable models (except Audéo Life), and all performance levels. Please note that ActiveVent receivers only work with Phonak's Universal Slim Tip, or Slim Tip Titanium earmolds. That means if you plan to wear your Paradise "open-fit" (with just a little rubber/silicone dome in the ear canal, as most people do), the ActiveVent receiver cannot be used.

What makes Audéo Fit different than other Audéo models?
As of June 2022, Audéo Fit is the newest model in the Audéo Paradise family of hearing aids. What sets this hearing aid apart from other Audéo Paradise models is its ability to track health data—heart rate, steps and distance walked, and daily wear time. It's able to do this thanks to special sensors that are on the receivers of Audéo Fit hearing aids. Audéo Fit does have it's limitations compared to other Audéo Paradise models. First, it's only available in sand beige, chestnut, and silver grey. But more importantly, it's only compatible with certain receiver, dome, and mold styles that Phonak makes. This means that depending on the severity of your hearing loss, Audéo Fit may not be appropriate for you. Discuss this with your hearing care provider or ZipHearing team member.
Which Audéo Life technology levels are waterproof?

When Audéo Life was first released in late 2021 it was only available in the 90 technology level. However as of 2022 Audéo Life is now available in the 30, 50, and 70 technology levels as well.

When will Audéo Slim be available?

As of August 5, 2022, Phonak has stated that the anticipated summer launch of Phonak Slim has been postponed. As of this time, there is no expected release date for this product. 

Compatible apps & accessories

Apps (by popularity)

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myPhonak app

myPhonak app

Use this app to adjust settings like volume, programs, frequencies, and noise cancellation. Easily make changes to your hearing aid(s) to suit your personal preferences for various listening situations. You can easily adjust the volume and various hearing aid features (e.g., noise reduction and microphone directionality) or select pre-defined programs according to the different listening situation you are in. Additionally, you can make quick adjustments to the pitch of the sound in the equalizer by using the presets (default, comfort, clarity, softer, etc.) or more personalized adjustments using the sliders (bass, middle, treble). In some cases, you can even connect with your hearing provider for remote adjustments to your hearing aids. When used with the Audéo Fit model, numerous functions are available within the Health section of the app, such as Steps and Wearing time, including Optional goal setting, Activity levels, Heart rate tracking, Distance walked and ran.
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myCall-to-Text app

myCall-to-Text app

Have a hard time hearing on the phone? This app allows you to read, in real time, what the person on the other end of the phone is saying.

*Double tap on the app to open it in the store

Accessories (by popularity)

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*Included with Audeo Life orders
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Charger Case Go, $169

Charger Case Go, $169

*Included with Audeo Life orders

Featuring quick, inductive charging, your Audeo Life hearing aids will be fully charged in 3 hrs, providing 24 hours of power. A quick charge of 30 minutes will provide 6 hours of power. An excellent charger for someone on-the-go, this charger has a built in battery which can provide up to 3 full charges to the hearing aids.
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*Included with rechargeable orders
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Charger Case Combi, $99

Charger Case Combi, $99

*Included with rechargeable orders

This is the standard charger that comes with all rechargeable hearing aids. Fully charges your hearing aids in 3 hrs, providing 24 hours of power. A quick charge of 30 minutes will provide 6 hours of power. There's also a compartment inside that has room for dessicant, which helps dry out the hearing aids overnight. Dessicant doesn't come standard with orders from Phonak. If you want it, please specify at the time you order .
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TV Connector, $279

TV Connector, $279

Plug it into the back of your TV or soundbar and the audio will be streamed directly to your hearing aids. Others can keep the TV at their preferred volume level, while you set your own volume via the app, on the hearing aids themselves, or via the + or - buttons on the TV connector.
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Charge and Care, $149

Charge and Care, $149

Compatible with all rechargeable Paradise and Marvel hearing aids, the Charge and Care is an all-in-one hearing aid charger, dryer, and cleaner. When you're not wearing the hearing aids, just set them in the charger, and at the touch of a button, the UV light treatment and drying process starts while the hearing aids are being simultaneously charged. Just 3 hours of charging will get you a full day's use, and a 30 minute quick charger will get you 6 hours. Charge and Care must be plugged in when in use, and it's not compatible with the Power Pack.
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Power Pack, $79

Power Pack, $79

If you sometimes go "off the grid" for a few days, this is a must have, because it's the only way to charge your hearing aids when you don't have access to electricity. The Power Pack is a lithium-ion battery that plugs into the bottom of the Charger Case Combi providing a reserve of 7 full charging cycles.
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Mini Charger Case, $79

Mini Charger Case, $79

Just a smaller version of the Charger Case Combi, but without a dehumidifier and without the ability to attach a Power Pack.
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RemoteControl, $249

RemoteControl, $249

You probably don't need this. Most people use the app to control their hearing aids, and if not the app, then the push button on the hearing aid itself. But if neither of those suit you, this remote is a simple way to control the volume and program.
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Roger On iN, $1649

Roger On iN, $1649

Roger On has 3 modes- Pointing mode, Presenter mode, and Table Mic mode. In Pointing mode, simply point it towards the subject you want to hear and it'll pick up their voice, just like a microphone would. In Presenter mode (AKA lapel mode), it'll focus almost entirely on the wearer's voice and stream that to your hearing aids. In Table Mic mode is where this accessory shines, and what gives it the advantage over Roger Pen iN. When Roger On is laid flat on a surface (like a table), it automatically figures out it's orientation and switches into an automatic directionality mode. In this mode, it can automatically shift the focus of the microphones towards the direction of speech. Roger On can also wirelessly stream audio from the TV to your hearing aids, so if you buy it, you don't need to buy the TV Connector.
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Roger Select iN, $1349

Roger Select iN, $1349

Ideal for stationary situations where background noise is present, like a table at a restaurant. Set the Select iN in the middle of the table, and it automatically selects the person who is talking and seamlessly switches from one talker to another, streaming the sound directly to your hearing aids. What's nice about the Roger Select (and the reason it's better for smaller group conversations where it can be placed within arms reach), is you can hit a button on the device to change the direction the microphone is facing – you can “select” it – and override the automatic selection, allowing you to focus on the speaker most important to you. Select iN can also be worn by someone else you want to hear, on their chest using a clip or lanyard. This is known as “lapel mode.” When in lapel mode, Select iN knows its orientation and automatically ensures the microphone points upward to pick up the voice of the speaker. The lapel mode is good for a presenter at a meeting, a fitness class, and a passenger or driver in a car. Roger Select iN can also wirelessly stream audio from the TV to your hearing aids, so if you buy a Select iN, you don't need to buy the TV Connector.
RATING10
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Roger Table Mic II iN, $1888

Roger Table Mic II iN, $1888

Of all the Roger accessories, Table Mic II iN has the least versatile functionality- it's really only designed for stationary use. Ideal for working adults who participate in various meetings with multiple (4+) people involved. When placed in the middle of a table, it's able to automatically pick up the voice of the person who is talking and stream it directly to your hearing aids. Table Mic II iN automatically switches between speakers, and unlike Select, you can't manually override the choices Table Mic II iN makes. Multiple Roger Table microphones can be connected to create a network and with a range of more than 60 feet it ensures you're able to fully understand everyone at work.
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PartnerMic, $449

PartnerMic, $449

If you have a hard time hearing in noise this accessory is a lifesaver. Attach this microphone to a companion's shirt and their voice will stream directly to your hearing aids. Their voice will come through much stronger than all the competing noise in the environment.
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D-Dry+, $179

D-Dry+, $179

If you live in a humid environment, sweat a lot, are prone to ear infections, or are getting custom in-the-ear hearing aids, you should get this. It plugs into a standard outlet and uses UV-C light to kill germs, and blows warm air to remove moisture.
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Jeff Hall - president of ZipHearing
	Jeff Hall - president of ZipHearing

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