Phonak Hearing Aids

As the producer of the first portable audio devices in 1950, as well as the world’s first BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aid (Phonette) in 1969, Phonak has led the way when it comes to innovative hearing aid technology.

Phonak introduced the audio input technology that became the foundation for FM devices in 1979, which was followed by PICS, the first digitally programmed hearing aids with an analog processor.

AudioZoom and MicroLink were the first multi-microphone concepts developed by Phonak, which also developed the first nearly invisible FM receiver.

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Current Phonak Technologies For Better Hearing

Digital, bionic systems, like binaural VoiceStream technology, which improves sound distinction by up to 45% in the most challenging noise environments, make it possible for Phonak users to enjoy more natural, effortless hearing from their devices.

Advancements made by Phonak in hearing aid material design innovations, like water-resistant and shock-resistant housings, led to the development of the world’s first extended wear hearing aids.

Integrated tinnitus management, recharging capabilities, and improved streaming using SmartLink (Bluetooth integration technology) are also available innovations in Phonak hearing aids.

Marvel Smartphone connectivity with its Tap Control feature produces seamless streaming from Android and iPhone and accommodates hi-fi stereo sound quality on a wide range of Bluetooth-compatible digital devices.

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Remote Programming With myPhonak

Used along with the myPhonak app, the connectivity capabilities of Phonak hearing aids make it possible for you to request programming and adjustment assistance from a hearing instrument specialist without the need for an in-office appointment with your hearing care provider.

Hearing Care Focused On You, Not Your Hearing Aids

Advanced hearing technology solutions, like those available from Phonak, are incredible tools we use to help you achieve better hearing, but Audiology Associates’ primary focus continues to be on the personalized hearing care our doctors of audiology provide.

In addition to providing comprehensive hearing assessments that accurately identify your hearing challenges so we can help you choose the hearing instrument best suited to meet your needs, we also provide ongoing technical support, maintenance, and hearing aid repair of Phonak, Signia, Widex, and many other major hearing aid brands.

Let us meet your unique hearing care needs with the most advanced hearing aid technology and personalized care available in Maryland and the DC area.

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Sometimes your lifestyle, hobbies or occupation can expose you to damaging levels of noise on a regular basis. While we all wear sunscreen during the hot summers, often our ears get overlooked.

If you or a loved one is worried about your hearing, then the first step is to fill out our ‘Request a Callback’ form to discuss the options we have available.

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