Audéo Q employs cutting-edge audiology technologies by Phonak. One of Audéo Q’s premium functions is the automatic focus on speech, auto StereoZoom. It automatically hones in on the voice of the very person that the user captures visually. Even in a high noise level environment, the speaker can be understood with clarity. Another premium feature is ‘speech in wind’, providing reliable speech intelligibility even when it gets windy. There is a relatively high probability of a hearing impairment to be accompanied by a sustained ringing of the ears (tinnitus). The Audéo Q, therefore, features a standard ‘tinnitus balance noiser’ producing a pleasant signal noise that alleviates the hardships of tinnitus.
As an exclusively behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid model, the Audéo Q is offered in three different versions, aptly addressing minor to severe hearing impairment, respectively. BTE-devices feature an inconspicuous behind-the-ear placement of the hearing aid casing and only a tube with the diameter of a pinhead leads to the inner ear, transmitting the sound. The color options for the exterior design of the Audéo Q are particularly numerous: Besides the traditional hair and skin tones, housings are available in eye-catching trend and fashion colors.
Good news for hearing aid users who don’t want to compromise comfort while talking on the phone or listening to music: The Phonak Audéo Q is compatible with the Phonak wireless communication portfolio. This means that audio signals from cell, TV and other entertainment devices are transferred to the hearing devices wirelessly and can be enjoyed in excellent sound quality. Phonak’s wireless and accessory portfolio offers the Audéo Q user a wide range of options and a comfortable hearing experience.
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