Phonak Marvel Hearing Aid Provider in Crystal River, Inverness, and Dunnellon

Here at Gardner Audiology we can help you decide on a which hearing aid is right for you. Our audiologists can answer any questions you may have about the Phonak Marvel hearing aids. We can also assist with programming of your existing Phonak hearing aids. Our staff is familiar with all technology levels and can help you navigate all of your options.

Most smartphones can be utilized to adjust volume and programs. However; until the recent release of the Phonak Marvel direct streaming to both ears could only be done using an iPhone. With this new platform Android users can now stream directly to both ears from their smartphones without the use of an intermediary device. Currently, Phonak is the only manufacturer offering this capability. Android phone connectivity with the new Phonak Marvel is a hot topic with hearing aids at our offices in Crystal River, Inverness, and Dunnellon, FL. The Phonak Marvel not only offers new streaming features but is also rechargeable. Most of our patients are excited over this new technology.

At Gardner Audiology we utilize Real Ear Measurements (REM). That way we can program your hearing aids to your needed prescription. We can also fine tune and adjust the hearing aids to perform their best in background noise as well as challenging environments.

If you have concerns or questions about Phonak hearing aids call and make an appointment with us today! We accept most insurance plans. Please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com .

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