Universal connectivity

Allows for up to 8 Bluetooth®-enabled devices to be paired while 2 can be simultaneously connected.

 

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Universal connectivity without limitations

The multifunctional capabilities of Phonak Paradise allow for up to eight Bluetooth-enabled devices to be paired, while two can be simultaneously connected. In today’s virtually connected world, tech-savvy hearing aid wearers can now switch effortlessly between two active devices. This adds to a seamless listening experience.

Multifunctional Bluetooth® connections

HCPs rate Phonak as the leading hearing aid brand for connectivity1. Phonak Marvel and Paradise hearing aids connect directly to more than 6,800 smartphone models2. Plus you can connect almost any Bluetooth®-enabled device to make video calls, listen to music, and more.

 
Phonak Paradise hearing aid. Multifunctional Bluetooth® connections
 

Direct connectivity

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Phonak Paradise hearing aids connect directly to more devices than any other hearing aids in the world, and it streams to both iOS and Android. This provides hearing aid wearers a seamless listening experience.

Unparalleled compatibility

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Only Phonak Paradise offers users the ability to connect directly to smartphones, tablets, notebooks, Roger microphones and other Bluetooth® enabled devices to watch videos, make video calls, listen to music, and much more. We call it total connectivity.

Multiple connections

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With two active Bluetooth connections and eight possible pairings, there’s nothing like the connectivity of Paradise. Simultaneous pairing means hearing aid users no longer have to disconnect your smartphone to pair with another device.

 

 

Roger integration

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Difficulty communicating in background noise and over distance is one of the most common complaints of individuals with hearing loss. Phonak products can connect with Roger microphones, which utilize adaptive digital technology to filter out background sounds.1

 

 

Tap Control for easy access

With a motion sensor-based hearing aid, it makes it possible to steer Bluetooth® features via a double tap on pinna. The functions allow the wearer to accept/end calls from connected smartphones, pause/resume streaming from connected Bluetooth® devices and gain access to Bluetooth®-based Voice Assistance apps. Clients answer calls while on the go or ask Google for driving directions with a simple tap.
 

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Phonak Paradise hearing aid. Tap Control for easy access
 

Phonak Audéo™ Paradise

Provides hearing aid wearers with an unrivalled sound quality.

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Phonak Audéo™ Paradise Phonak hearing aid.

Footnotes

1.Thibodeau, L. (2014). Comparison of speech recognition with adaptive digital and FM wireless technology by listeners who use hearing aids. American Journal of Audiology, 23(2), 201-210

2.Phonak. (2021). Check phone compatibility. Accessed March 2021