Introducing the world's first intelligent hearing aid receiver
Introducing ActiveVent™ Receiver
Paradise opens the next chapter with the ActiveVent Receiver – the world’s first intelligent hearing aid receiver.
This groundbreaking receiver technology features a mechanically switching vent that is seamlessly steered by AutoSense OS™ 4.0.
It intelligently combines the hearing performance of a closed fit with the comfort of an open fit1.
This provides a no-compromise hearing solution for your patients.
- Intelligently balances speech clarity in noise and listening comfort1
- Superior sound quality for streaming media*2
- Preserves naturalness of own voice perception while improving hearing performance1*
- Compatible with all Phonak Audéo™ Paradise rechargeable hearing aids
How does the ActiveVent Receiver work?
ActiveVent is a receiver that incorporates a built-in vent in combination with a mechanical element — a small disc that moves between two positions: an open and a closed position. A reassuring click signals to the patient that the disc has changed its position.
When the disc is in the open position, direct sound is able to pass through the receiver’s built-in vent and thus provides the comfort of an open fit, naturalness of own-voice and awareness of environmental sounds.
In challenging listening situations with speech in loud noise, or when streaming, the disc moves to a closed position, blocking out environmental sound directly entering the ear, thus increasing focus of speech in front and streaming content.
All of this is automatically controlled by AutoSense OS 4.0.
Inside the ActiveVent
Rediscover the wonder of sound in more situations than ever before.
Maintaining ActiveVent for daily use
It is important that your patients take care of their hearing aids and ActiveVent Receiver. This maintains its effectiveness and extends the life of the product to keep your patients happy.
Cleaning and care is simple and can be undertaken by the hearing aid wearer. Find clean and care instructions as well as a how-to video below.
*compared to a conventional acoustic coupling in quiet
1. Winkler, A., Latzel, M., & Holube, I. (2016). Open Versus Closed Hearing-Aid Fittings: A Literature Review of Both Fitting Approaches. Trends in hearing, 20, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1177/2331216516631741
2.Latzel, M & Hobi, S (2021) Receiver with mechanical vent provides benefit of open and closed acoustics for better speech understanding in noise and naturalness of own voice perception. [based on preliminary evidence]. Phonak Field Study News in preparation. Expected end 2021.