Phonak Audéo™ B

 Simplifying life with a simply brilliant solution

With clients becoming increasingly active, they require hearing aids that can automatically keep up with their lifestyles. Having the freedom to do and go wherever they please, without having the restrictions associated with hearing loss, is paramount.

We’ve taken this as a key focus area when creating the new Phonak Belong™ platform. As the name suggests, we want clients to have hearing aids that allow them to feel at one with their environment, regardless of where they are. Your clients can rely on their hearing aids to seamlessly and automatically do all the work for them.

With Belong, consisting of rechargeable lithium-ion battery technology and the new AutoSense OS, we’ve created a simply brilliant way to simplify your clients’ lives while providing an exceptional hearing experience.

Phonak Audéo™ B – Features & Performance Levels

Premium B90Advanced B70Standard B50
AutoSense OSPremiumAdvancedStandard
Calm Situation ***
Speech in Noise ***
Comfort in Noise **
Music **
Speech in Loud Noise *
Speech in Car *
Comfort in Echo*

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When you can enjoy 24 hours* of hearing with one simple charge, life is on

Phonak Audéo™ B-R is the first ever hearing aid to feature a specifically designed built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery that provides 24 hours* of hearing with one simple charge! Lithium-ion batteries are quicker to charge, last longer and won’t deteriorate even after years of repeated charging. Available with easy-to-use smart charging options, clients can charge their hearing aids wherever they go, without having to worry about running out of power. Finally a chance to free your clients from the hassles of disposable batteries.

phonaksmartcharging* Expected results when fully charged, and up to 80 minutes wireless streaming time

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What Are The Odds I Have Hearing Loss?

via What Are The Odds I Have Hearing Loss? – CaptionCall

You’ve been fit as a fiddle your whole life. What are the odds you could actually have hearing loss? According to researchers, chances are really high.  Dr. Frank R. Lin, MD, Ph.D at Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health said in a recent article:

“…the prevalence of a clinically-significant hearing loss nearly doubles with each age decade such that nearly two- thirds of all adults over 70 years has a meaningful hearing loss.”

Hearing loss is a bit more ubiquitous than many of us may realize. As a result, we should periodically have our hearing evaluated by a hearing care professional to ensure early treatment if needed and to avoid the negative health consequences associated with untreated hearing loss. It has been linked to depression, feelings of loneliness and isolation, an increased risk of hypertension, and even an increased tendency for falling.

As the years go by, the odds are high that you may have some degree of hearing loss. Don’t roll the dice with your hearing health by ignoring the signs or procrastinating taking action. Schedule an appointment with a hearing care professional today!

CaptionCall is an ambassador for hearing health and an advocate for people with hearing loss.  CaptionCall encourages people everywhere to actively manage their hearing health through regular hearing evaluations, and to seek early treatment when hearing loss is identified.  CaptionCall is committed to helping people with hearing loss stay socially engaged for a longer, happier, healthier life.  To learn more about how to qualify for a no-cost CaptionCall phone, visit

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