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So small it's nearly invisible, and rechargeable too, try it for yourself at your nearest hearing aid centre

Style, power and rechargeable too, no more worrying about whether you packed your batteries. And with speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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A demonstration of hearing loss


The Phonak website has a very interesting page on which they demonstrate what it is like to be partially deaf. The page has a number of links that play everyday sounds, such as people talking in various environments, bird song, a piano, a telephone, etc. You can select one of three options for each sound: how it sounds to someone with normal hearing, how it sounds to someone with mild hearing loss and, finally, how it sounds to someone with moderate hearing loss.

I am going to get my Wife to try this. I’ll get her to listen to the sounds for normal hearing first and then the same sounds for a moderate hearing loss.  Will be interesting to see her reaction!

The Phonak hearing loss demo.


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Simply put, no more whistling, so you can get as close as you like without worrying about the embarassing screech. And with a new lithium-ion rechargeable option and speech understanding on par with normal hearing, you can get on with enjoying life

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