Bluetooth Benefits of Phonak Paradise Hearing Aids

Bluetooth connectivity is a common feature seen in many hearing aids on the market today.  What the Bluetooth capability does is allow you to connect your hearing aids to your smartphone.  You may wonder what benefits this offers.  When you connect the hearing aids to your phone, you can stream audio from your phone right to your hearing aids and you can control functions, like volume, by using the manufacturer app.  Phonak’s Bluetooth connection allows you to pair to any device that has Bluetooth capabilities, not just iPhones! 

Phonak’s newest hearing aid line is called the Paradise.  Not only have the processing features been upgraded since the previous model, which is called the Marvel, but the Bluetooth capabilities have also advanced.  With the Paradise model, the hearing aids can hold several pairings, and 2 of those pairings can be connected simultaneously.  Pairings can include smartphones (both iPhones and Androids), tablets, computers, smart televisions, and more.  Just like some of the Marvel models, the Paradise models are also compatible with the myPhonak app which is a useful tool for controlling your hearing aids.  Pairing and un-pairing the hearing aids to your smartphone is simple and can be done at any time, at home or in the office!   

At Gardner Audiology, we work with all of the major hearing aid manufacturers, including Phonak!  Whether you are looking for service on your current hearing aids or would like more information about Phonak’s newest products, our team at Gardner Audiology is excited to work with you! To schedule an appointment, call 800-277-1182 or visit 

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