New Phonak Paradise Hearing Aid Review: Best Hearing Aid of 2022?

New Phonak Paradise Hearing Aid Review

New Phonak Paradise Hearing Aid Review. Phonak just lately expanded the Audéo Paradise vary of Bluetooth listening to aids to incorporate the brand new “waterproof” Audeo Paradise Life RIC mannequin, a brand new CROS Paradise, and an clever computerized occlusion-control system—dubbed ActiveVent. With the expanded vary, Audéo Paradise is shaping as much as be one of many highest listening to aids of 2021.. Watch right now’s Phonak Paradise listening to help evaluate video for a full overview of the expanded product vary, and to search out out in case you ought to contemplate Paradise when buying new listening to help expertise.

Phonak overview: https://www.hearingtracker.com/hearing-aids/phonak-audeo-paradise

The Paradise listening to aids are suitable with Phonak Roger, ActiveVent receivers (new listening to help venting system), the myPhonak app and extra.

Beneficial video: The advantages of Bluetooth listening to aids: https://youtu.be/txa3WA6FdFI
Matthew Allsop is the Video Content material Supervisor at Hearingtracker.com. He practices from his London-based apply, Harley Avenue Listening to. You will get in contact on matthew@hearingtracker.com concerning new content material concepts or to grow to be a affected person.

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31 thoughts on “New Phonak Paradise Hearing Aid Review: Best Hearing Aid of 2022?”

  1. At approximately 12 minutes in…..
    we don’t care how technically adept you are…even if you are an electronics technician or an audio engineer…. We will not provide the software so that YOU…. can adjust your hearing aids…. You will always be tethered to a doctor….
    Much like how the auto dealer makes most of its money with service and repairs….. even a very technically able person will not be granted access to the full software suite of adjustments and corrections….

    So…….. these devices are marked up between 5x and 10x ( much like prescription eye wear/ glasses)
    And……. You are not allowed to make truly fine adjustments to the HARDWARE YOU BOUGHT…as the industry keeps itself wrapped in a protective non complete blanket claiming that these are a “ medical prescription”

    Hearing loss is wide spread… but the monopoly on the devices and the software…. Is criminal ( should be a crime)

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  2. I discovered your very good videos today and have listened to them back to back. Is it possible to give us a rough idea of which price range these new super technical hearing aids fall into. Also, what should we expect to pay to a private audiologist for their service. I need some help, but it’s a minefield. Thank you so much for your great video and your valuable help.

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  3. Having two Bluetooth connections active at the same time is a myth. In fact getting the Bluetooth to connect at all is like a game of craps. I often need to reboot the hearing aid to get it to connect to the second device, when both my phone AND PC should be active together. The Unitron (same manufacturer), with the intermediary device, did much better. I am disappointed that Phonak's BT technology did not advance.

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  4. I'm getting the paradise as my first ever set of hearing aids having moderate to severe high frequency loss in both ears can't wait to be able to hear people again especially in a pub setting as at the moment, I feel isolated not being able to participate in the conversation with friends as I have no idea what they are saying. Also to stop the wife nagging after asking me to do something while I another room and I didn't hear her

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  5. I have severe hearing loss in my right and deaf in my left. I was thinking about trying bicros but I stream video music all day. Would you go with the battery version? And I know you don’t get the touch or the motion sensor with battery version, is it essential? or can you live without it? Great video!

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  6. Thanks for this in depth review. I have the opportunity of getting the p90s or the Signia 7AX at the same price and wondering what you would personally choose at this date and time? I'm thinking the Signias are newer technology with better sound overall. Thanks for providing such a great resource!

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  7. Hello, I have purchased paradise Naida phonak P-90 UP and so far I’m loving my new hearings aid but one thing I’m really confused was the Bluetooth that I have three devices connected on my phone and it’s called R-phonak hearing aids but I have two hearings aids connected they are called LE_L hearing aids and LE_R hearing aids. Can you tell me what is R-phonak hearing aid for and when should I use it or disconnect them . Thanks …looking forward to your reply.

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  8. There is one important thing that is not mentioned, blue tooth creating a problem. No matter phonak or Oticon, blue tooth transmits into your ear frequences that may cause infectionous symptomes as I have experienced. A hearing aid has of course an asset when you are able to get voices directly in your ear from your phone. But if a hearing aid functions as it should, you should be able to hear it ring, as well as hear people talking to you also through the phone as normal hearing persons do.
    Be aware of blue tooth transmissions can harm you.

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  9. Thank you for the review, it's very informative. Currently, I have Audeo V-90 Ric, which are good. But, after looking at what is available from Phonak courtesy of their Web site, curiosity has me looking at the Paradise 90 Ric 312T version. I am impressed. Great to have a UK reviewer, too. 👍

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  10. Got the Paradise HAs about a week ago…clarity is noticeably improved. They are loud, esp base…enough different from Marvels that am thinking of trying open domes again….need time to schedule a visit to redo REM with open domes. Loving the improved bluetooth capabilities.

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  11. I'm in trial period on the paradise p50 RT and I have a question. I have a option to move up to the p70s for $500 extra, no option on the p90s. do you think the upgrade to the p70s would be worth the upgrade for the added features.

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  12. Thank you for your very detailed and informative review. It was really helpful. I’m currently wearing widex unique 220 aids which I’ve had for 6 years now and served me very well. But I,m going to upgrade them in the next few weeks. The phonak paradise life with the new active vent receiver look amazing and are top of my list. I especially like the Bluetooth connectivity and gesture touch control which I’d will be very useful as I do have a very active lifestyle. Can’t wait to try them out.

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  13. I know this video was focused on the Paradise RIC models, but wondering about the ITE versions… specifically, I'd love to know if there are any differences in the tech or features between the Paradise IIC and CIC styles? Obviously the IIC is smaller and fits deeper in the canal, but other than that, are there any features that the CIC has which the IIC doesn't? Or are they generally the same in terms of tech and features? Thanks for any insight!

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  14. Would you recommend the rechargeable version to be used with the Cros P? I'm under the impression that with the streaming from one side to the other the charge won't last as much making the battery version a better choice.

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  15. I have had my Paradise P90's with custom ear pieces for about 2 years now. I have been back to my audiologist numerous times in order to get them adjusted to no avail. I spend $6K for these & while they wouldn't hold a boat in place they are junk. I would tell your patients to purchase the absolute cheapest hearing aids you have & live with what you get. That way you won't be saying way did I spend $6k on these pieces of junk.

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  16. I have been trying Starkey CROS system for the past few weeks. I just can't get on with them for numerous reasons. I am now waiting for a set of Paradise Phonak devices which are being fitted next week. I have sudden SSD ( complete and profound ). I am contemplating BAHA or Cochlear Implant but going to try these first …….

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