Phonak Paradise Hearing Aids in South Pasadena, Florida

“What are the best hearing aids that I can get?” is a common question asked by many patients. Most often, it is not the hearing aid that allows you to be successful, but rather the provider. However, technology has made huge advances over the past few years, and there are just some features you won’t want to miss out on!  

Several patients at Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena, Florida have trialed the new Phonak Audeo Paradise hearing aids. Nearly all of the patients could not believe how natural the sound quality was! They were quick to purchase the devices and have not regretted it for a second! And, through the use of Bluetooth, patients have been able to connect their new hearing aids to their smartphones, and even some laptops and TVs!  

The new Paradise platform includes multiple new features that Phonak hearing aids did not have in the past. What is most exciting is that you can control these features with a “tap” feature. Using the “tap”, you can answer and end phone calls, start and pause streaming (phone calls or music!), and even enable the voice assistant on your smartphone! Phonak was one of the first manufacturers to offer streaming to Android devices, and continues to be a leader in regards to connectivity with Androids. 

Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena, Florida works with Phonak hearing aids on a regular basis. Not only are we authorized to fit new Phonak hearing aids, but we also have an on-site repair lab to offer same-day repairs for the most common hearing aid problems. If you are interested in learning more about Phonak Paradise hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena, Florida at 1-800-277-1182 or email 

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