2 Communicate, participate, be yourself A stroll through the park hear the leaves rustling in the wind. A chat in a bustling crowd engage and be yourself without any extra effort. Talking on the phone with a loved one join in the laughter of a funny story. We have been listening to hearing aid wearers and hearing care professionals and have come to understand what matters most. Communicating with ease and comfort are key to helping you participate and be yourself. The new Phonak Audéo V hearing aids deliver all this. They cater to your individual interests and let you rediscover the richness and variety of sounds, especially those that make the difference in your life, every day.
3 Wear them. Love them. Forget them. Phonak Audéo V hearing aids not only provide exceptional speech understanding and comfort but also appeal to your individual style and preferences. Choose from eleven colors to either match or contrast with your hair or skin tone. Hair & Skin A modern, sleek design, four models, and four performance levels for every budget. The feather-light and slim Audéo V strengthened with high-tech composite materials for more robustness sits comfortably behind your ear. You will forget they are even there. Sand Beige Amber Beige Sandalwood Chestnut Champagne Silver Gray Graphite Gray Velvet Black Fashion Traditional Ruby Petrol Beige
4 Communicate easily, anywhere, with everyone Understanding, interacting, and engaging in conversation are what connect you with loved ones, colleagues and to the world around you. Audéo V hearing aids focus on speech understanding, comfort, ease-of-use, and are tailored to give you the listening experiences you desire. Unique to Phonak, Binaural VoiceStream Technology enables two Audéo V hearing aids to send speech from one ear to the other as if your hearing aids were talking to each other. This leading-edge technology provides better speech understanding in even the most challenging listening environments. Be it in a noisy restaurant, or taking a stroll outdoors. The universal language of music Music is like a world of its own. It speaks a universal language that touches your emotions. Audéo V gives you back the pleasure of music to enjoy the now, or reminisce about past experiences and special occasions.
5 Less effort, more ease The abundance of sounds in life can be tiring, requiring constant concentration and great listening effort. Every day you move between many different listening situations. The sophisticated operating system in Audéo V hearing aids will adapt to your precise environment. They will, for example, recognize when you are in a noisy cafe and activate the Comfort in Noise program. If you then start a conversation, they will not switch completely into the Speech in Noise program but blend the two to precisely match your listening environment. Less worry, more confidence Thanks to its automatic capabilities, Phonak Audéo V hearing aids deliver unmatched sound quality with minimal interaction. Audéo V will also recognize and immediately eliminate annoying whistling sounds known as feedback. The less you fiddle with them and the better the sound performance, the more easily you will forget that you are wearing a hearing aid, building the confidence to be yourself.
6 Wireless accessories to boost your hearing aids Some listening situations, such as speaking on the phone, watching TV or listening to music, can be especially challenging. In combination with Audéo V, Phonak wireless accessories connect you to the world around you, providing comfort and boosting performance. EasyCall II, for example, streams a cell phone call into both hearing aids. Simply attach it to the back of any cell phone and turn it on. Your life, your soundscape Wherever you go, whatever you do, you expect to hear and understand with confidence. We do everything to fulfil your expectations to not only hear but also understand better in almost every situation, no matter how challenging. The superior technology in Phonak Audéo V hearing aids and wireless accessories offers you a personalized solution designed to enrich the listening experiences in your everyday life. Together with your hearing care professional you can choose the best solution to match your lifestyle, degree of hearing loss and your budget.
7 Life is on We are sensitive to the needs of everyone who depends on our knowledge, ideas and care. And by creatively challenging the limits of technology, we develop innovations that help people hear, understand and experience more of life s rich soundscapes. Interact freely. Communicate with confidence. Live without limit. Life is on /V1.00/ /MF/Printed in xxx Phonak AG All rights reserved
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