Phonak Naída™ B

When dedicated power hearing technology brings you closer, life is on

Since the launch of our first power hearing aid in 1978, we have continuously created hearing solutions, designed to bring people with a severe to profound hearing loss closer to the beauty of sound.

By combining our decades of technological expertise and engineering excellence and working closely with leading hearing care professionals around the world, Phonak takes pride in developing hearing solutions that truly deliver and make a difference. With the launch of Phonak Naída B, we now introduce the 5th generation of the world’s most trusted power hearing aid.

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Available in a range of colors, so your Naída B hearing aid is as unique as you are

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Champagne ( P5)


The right solution for you

Phonak Naída B is available in three models for different degrees of hearing loss. Your hearing care professional will advise you on the choices you have and the performance level to best suit your needs.

Naída B-RIC

Naída B-R RIC


Naída B-SP

Naída B-SP


Naída B-UP

Naída B-UP


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Enhanced hearing performance in noise nearby and over distance when combined with Roger™ microphone technology

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5 Field Study News under development. Full details available in spring 2018 at

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