Behind The Ear Hearing Aids

There’s nothing like the sound of Paradise

Phonak Audéo™ Paradise

Audéo Paradise excels in hearing performance and hosts several elevated features. The result? A hearing aid that delivers an unrivaled* hearing experience.

  • Crisp natural sound1
  • Brilliant speech understanding2, 3, 4
  • Health data tracking**
  • Personalized noise cancelling
  • Voice assistant with a tap
  • Connects to smartphones, TV and more
  • Empowering smart apps
  • Waterproof***, sweatproof (Audéo Life only)
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There’s nothing like the sound of Paradise

Hearing is regarded as something we naturally do. The ability to hear is such an intricate part of our existence and fundamental for our overall well-being. What better way to rediscover sound than with a hearing aid inspired by nature itself. After all, there’s nothing like the sound of Paradise.

Brilliant speech understanding

Understanding someone who is speaking softly or speaking from a distance in a quiet environment is challenging. Audéo Paradise approaches this challenge by boosting soft-level speech with an innovative feature called Speech Enhancer.

Rediscover the joy of communicating with your friends, colleagues or loved ones.

New Tap Control for easy access to Bluetooth functionalities

Imagine this … just by tapping your ear, you can handle phone calls, music streaming or voice assistants. A motion sensor in the hearing aid enables an effortless way to answer a phone call, to activate your voice assistant and to pause or continue music streaming.

To complement the Tap Control, Paradise utilizes the built-in microphone to allow you to enjoy true hands-free phone calls and voice assistant activation.

Behind the ear Hearing Aid The ear mold connects a BTE instrument to the ear and is individually shaped for each wearer.

It is important because it fulfills multiple functions for acoustics and better hearing. One of the most important tasks of the ear mold is to conduct the amplified sound to the eardrum.

Open fittings use a thin tube in place of an ear mold to connect the BTE instrument to the ear.

Open fittings are more comfortable and avoid the collection of moisture in the ear. They are only suitable for certain hearing losses, but the advantages include sound quality and comfort.

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