Phonak Audéo Paradise Fit -Tracks heart rate, steps and activity levels
Includes 5-year warranty and Charger
Phonak is one the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world. They are based in Switzerland and are part of the Sonova Group, which includes Unitron.
• Battery: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion
• Mild to profound hearing loss
• Health data tracking
• Direct connectivity to iOS and Android devices
• Tap Control
• Motion Sensor Hearing
The Phonak Audéo Fit hearing aid joins the Phonak Audéo Paradise range of hearing aids. Click here for other Audéo Paradise Hearing Aids. Audéo Fit has a heart rate sensor that can track the body’s health data which can be viewed with the myPhonak app. By monitoring heart rate, steps and activity levels, it is believed these hearing aids can promote healthy habits.
The hearing aid receiver (speaker wire) contains several tiny photodetectors which are used to gather information to determine your heart rate. The myPhonak app displays the heart rate and other fitness parameters, e.g. step counting.
Phonak Audéo Fit Chargers
Phonak Audéo Fit is a rechargeable lithium battery hearing aid and only takes three hours of charging to get a full day’s use. The devices come with a mini charger included. A charging case with a power bank can be purchased separately.
Phonak Audéo Fit Colours
Phonak Audéo Fit Technology
The Bluetooth protocol for Audéo Fit enables the hearing aids to be paired to up to eight Bluetooth devices and be connected to two simultaneously.
Audéo Fit also allows for accurate hands-free use of mobile, keep your phone in your pocket and answer your phone call by pressing a button on the hearing aid.
Phonak Audéo Fit runs on the PRISM (Processing Real-time Intelligent Sound Management) chip and includes new motion sensors in the rechargeable version.
The chip runs the new AutoSense 4.0 software. AutoSense constantly scans the listening environment and fine-tunes the audio with up to 200 adjustments for an optimised listening experience.
Motion sensors detect when the user is stationary or in motion and then automatically adjust the microphones and the dynamic noise reduction system to maximise speech intelligibility.
Speech Enhancer enhances one-on-one conversations when people speak softly by providing more gain on the soft input speech signals.
The new Dynamic Noise Cancellation system employs a directional beamformer when users try to understand speech in a loud environment. The new system works with Phonak’s adaptive beamformer and the motion sensor.
Phonak has introduced a new Tap feature to Audéo Fit Hearing Aids. By simply tapping the hearing aids, you can answer calls, pause or resume streaming or activate your virtual assistant (e.g. Siri)
Phonak Audéo Fit APP
The Phonak Audéo Fit Remote app allows users to make multiple adjustments to the hearing aids.
- Control volume and select programs
- Create your preferred settings and programs
- Dynamic Noise Cancellation through improved Speech Focus slider
- Convenient remote video support from your hearing care professional
- Real-time hearing aid adjustment over distance in a natural environment
- Functions available with the new Health section such as Steps, Activity levels, Heart Rate tracking and Distance walked and ran**.
- The Optional goal setting for Steps.
- Status information of the connected hearing aids and hearing aid accessories
- Battery state of charge
- Bluetooth® phone call configuration
- Set up Bluetooth phone calls and streaming
- Tap Control configuration
Phonak myCall-to-Text app – will transcribe so the user can read what is being said in real-time.
Audeo Life is available in 4 technology levels:
Phonak Audéo Fit P70-RT
Phonak Audéo Fit P90-RT – top of the range
Phonak Audéo Fit Accessories
Accessories are available for Audéo Life.
Phonak TV Connector lets you stream directly from your TV/Stereo into your hearing aids.
Roger Direct Compatible – Roger Direct Technology is built in Paradise. This means Paradise hearing aids can communicate directly with Roger’s suite of wireless microphones. Roger Microphones bridge the gap in hearing ability when background noise is present and where there is a distance from the speaker (more than 2m).