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Phonak are one the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world. They are based in Switzerland and are part of the Sonova Group, which includes Unitron.
All Marvel M Titanium hearing aids are custom made to fit your ears. Phonak uses biometric calibration to measures the individuals ear anatomy. 3-D modelling software identifies over 1,600 biometric data points to calculate calibration settings for each Marvel Titanium hearing aid. The result is a 2db improvement in directionality and therefore improved hearing performance in noisy situations.
Titanium is 15 times stronger than hard acrylic. Titanium is also thinner than hard acrylic which makes it possible to manufacturer a thinner shell. Coupled with smaller components Virto M-Titanium can be made up to 26% smaller than previous Phonak models.
Phonak M Titanium is available in two levels of technology, 70 and 90.¬†The higher the number, the better the technology. You can see and compare the features on our product pages.
Marvel M Titanium can be made with Medium, Power and Super Power receivers meaning it can fit mild to severe hearing losses.
The only accessory available for M Titanium is the Phonak mini control. A remote control which can adjust the hearing aids volume and programmes.
Why Choose Sound Hearing?
Soundhearing.org is a company that works in Greater London and in parts of Essex and Kent.
Our purpose is to provide high quality, transparent and affordable hearing care.
Our website outlines every product available on the market from the main hearing aid manufacturers. We provide detailed descriptions of each hearing aid and its features allowing you to compare hearing aids from each range.
Unlike many high street providers, we are not owned (partially or wholly) by a particular manufacturer, which is why we can offer you the choice of hundreds of hearing aids.
To help you make the right choice, feel free to contact us for advice and to answer any questions you may have. ¬†An audiologist can also come to your home free of charge in order to assess your hearing and your listening needs.