What is so great about the new fully connected Phonak Marvel Black hearing aids?
Phonak is launching their newest line of hearing devices in the Marvel line February 20th. The all new custom hearing devices are called Marvel Black. These custom hearing aids will take a size 312 battery or bigger and will directly connect to all Bluetooth cell phones, even flip phones!
Check out this link from Phonak regarding the launch.
Phonak announced the world premiere, at CES 2020, of Phonak Virto Black, described as “a fully-connected in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid that combines breakthrough Marvel hearing technology with the style of a modern hearable.” It will also come in skin tone colors if you prefer the aids not being black.
The all new Phonak Marvel black hearing devices are the first custom hearing devices that directly streams from iOS, Android or almost any other bluetooth enabled audio device. The microprocessor chip runs five wireless protocols at the same time including Bluetooth Classic, Bluetooth LE, Binaural VoiceStream Technology, Airstream Technology, and Roger. The microphones on the hearing devices will not only allow you to hear the world around you but will also allow you to be 100% hands free during phone conversations. With a push of a button, you will be able to accept, disconnect or reject phone calls which allows a truly hands free conversation.
The premium technology will also scan your environment and automatically put you in the proper hearing aid setting based on the AutoSense 3.0 platform. You, of course, will also have volume control and can download the free myPhonak remote app and turn your smart phone into a remote control. In the 90 premium product, there will be 7 automatic programs that the devices will have to choose from, but can blend different aspects of each program and create up to 200 programs automatically.
The Phonak Marvel Black color was chosen based on the needs and wants of a group of individuals aged 18 to 58 years old. Majority voted they would like to have a hearing aid that looked and appeared more like a hearable rather than a hearing aid. These devices are not only stylish but will benefit people with hearing loss that range from a mild loss to people with a severe hearing loss.
If you would like to schedule a hearing evaluation and demo this new hearing device reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 540-785-4676.
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