Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak’s long line of innovative accomplishments began in 1950 with the release of the first portable audio device called the Phonak Alpina. The company’s 70-year foundation of knowledge and experience has made Phonak a leader in the development of wireless communication. To company applied this knowledge to its hearing devices in order to drive the philosophy that “life is on.”

A pair of glasses with integrated hearing aids, called Visaton Super, was among its first innovations in 1967, as was the world’s first BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aid (Phonette) in 1970. In 1979, the company introduced a new type of audio input that became the foundation for FM hearing devices.

PICS, the first digitally programmed hearing aid with an analog processor, was released by Phonak in 1992, followed by its AudioZoom multi-microphone concept in 1994 and the first tiny FM receiver, MicroLink, in 1996.

Phonak introduced the first digital hearing system with FM receiver in 1999 and the tiny MLx ear-level FM receiver hearing system the following year. The launch of SmartLink (Bluetooth integration technology) in 2003 led Phonak into the development of bionic systems like Binaural VoiceStream Technology, able to improve sound distinction by up to 45% in challenging noise environments.

The company’s development of water-resistant housings in 2008, coupled with nano-digital technology, led to the development of the world’s only extended wear hearing product, the Lyric, in 2011. Other innovations include integrated tinnitus management, advanced recharging capabilities, and improved connectivity.

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Available Hearing Solutions From Phonak

In addition to the world’s only extended wear hearing device, Lyric, Phonak provides a wide range of traditional hearing aid solutions with enhanced performance, crisp sound clarity, noise-canceling capabilities, and help with tinnitus management.

Marvel Smartphone connectivity accommodates seamless streaming for Android, iPhone, and a wide range of Bluetooth-compatible digital devices with hi-fi stereo quality sound.

Phonak Paradise features Tap Control Connectivity, designed to make connectivity virtually effortless.

Remote Support From myPhonak

Phonak’s remote support from the myPhonak app plays a significant role in improving hearing aid functionality without the need for an office visit.

Along with connectivity capabilities, your hearing instrument specialist can adjust programming for your device from a remote location.

Hearing aid model by Phonak at House Of Hearing

Hearing Care Services At House Of Hearing

Phonak’s advanced technology hearing aids are a great tool available to your House of Hearing audiologist, but it does not replace the personalized treatment and our commitment to the ongoing care you’ll receive as a patient.

We help our patients choose and program the hearing instrument best suited for their hearing needs and preferences. We go a step further by offering ongoing hearing aid support through troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair for Phonak, Oticon, Starkey, and many other brand-name devices.

If you, or a loved one, have a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing instrument specialists at any of our 10 locations in Northern Utah, contact us using the adjacent form.

Hearing Assessment

Schedule A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment

If you are struggling to enjoy a night out with friends and family due to background noise, your loved ones are complaining about the volume of the television or, you simply want to get your hearing health checked then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment with one of our specialists.

Take the first step by simply completing the form on this page and a member of our team will get in touch to arrange a mutually beneficial day and time to schedule your appointment.


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