Phonak CROS P

Available Winter 2021

CROS P is a Paradise solution for unilateral hearing loss, which helps clients hear better in noise when speech is presented to the non-hearing ear.*1

 

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  • 13

  • R

Colors

Model: CROS P 13

Performance Levels (Compare):

CROS (CROS)

Colors

Hearing Aid:

P3

Sandalwood

Hearing Aid Colors:

Selected: Sandalwood ( P3 )

P3
P4
P6
P8
H0
P1
P5
P7

Colors

Model: CROS P R

Performance Levels (Compare):

CROS (CROS)

Colors

Hearing Aid:

P5

Champagne

Hearing Aid Colors:

Selected: Champagne ( P5 )

P5
P4
H0
P1
P7
P8
P3
P6

Designed for unilateral hearing loss

Opening the next chapter of Paradise with CROS P – a solution for unilateral hearing loss that allows clients to combine the benefits of Paradise with a new CROS.

The highly demanded CROS P is backed by the proven performance of Paradise and delivers improved speech understanding in noisy environments for clients to follow** conversations wherever they come from.*1

This results in clients being able to engage socially and maintain strong connections with family and friends.

CROS P features:

  • Universal connectivity to smartphones, TV, Roger and more
  • Hands-free phone calls with own voice pickup
  • Easy to use and rechargeable 
  • Two models to choose from: CROS P-13 & CROS P-R
 
Phonak CROS P is designed for unilateral hearing loss.
 

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Follow** conversations wherever they come from.*1
 

Many clients with unilateral hearing loss have to make sure they are positioned so that their hearing ear is close to what they are trying to hear.

The CROS P helps clients to fully participate in activities with family, friends and at work, particularly when people are speaking on the side of the unaidable ear.

This results in clients being able to engage socially and maintain strong connections with family and friends.

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Well-Hearing is Well-Being with CROS P — the Paradise solution for unilateral hearing loss.
 

 

 

*when using a CROS system compared to unaided

**Follow - means awareness of conversation for the wearer to attend to

1. Stewart, E. & Woodward, J. (2021). Out of the (Head) Shadow: A Systematic Review of CROS/BiCROS Literature. The Hearing Review, 28(8), 22-25. Retrieved from https://www.hearingreview.com/inside-hearing/research/head, accessed October 7, 2021.