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Power hearing solutions for severe to profound hearing loss

Thanks to current dedicated power hearing aid technology, more audibility of high-pitched sounds1, 2 and excellent speech understanding3, 4, 5 is possible when you're close to a speaker. But when you're further away, or the noise level rises that's when things get tricky.

Thanks to the power of the Phonak Naída™ B hearing aids, combined with Roger™ microphone technology, you can understand more, regardless of the listening situation.

You benefit from

  • More audibility of high-pitched sounds1, 2
  • Excellent speech understanding3, 4, 5
  • Enhanced hearing performance in noise nearby and over distance when combined with Roger™ microphone technology5
  • Added durability thanks to high-tech composite materials
  • New easy-to-use rechargeable model

A Powerful Combination for Severe to Profound Hearing Loss

Experience an entirely new level of listening in every situation with our hearing aids for severe to profound hearing loss

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1  Rehmann, J., Jha, S., and Baumann, S. (2016). SoundRecover2 – the adaptive frequency compression algorithm. Phonak Insight,  retrieved from, accessed October 4, 2017.
2 Bohnert, A., Nyffeler, M., and Keilmann, A. (2010). Advantages of a non-linear frequency compression algorithm in noise. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol, 267(7), pp 1045–1053.
3 Paluch, R., Latzel, M. and Meis, M. (2015). A new tool for subjective assessment of hearing aid performance: Analyses of Interpersonal Communication. ISAAR proceedings, Nyborg.
4 Phonak, (2011). Naída S and Zoom Technology- state of the art directionality for power users. Phonak Field Study News, retrieved from, accessed October 4th, 2017.
5 Field Study News under development. Full details available in spring 2018 at

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