Phonak Audéo Lumity

Phonak Audéo Lumity hearing aids focus on giving you improved speech understanding, using its Phonak SmartSpeech™ technology. It has been trained with artificial intelligence to help accurately identify a sound environment to help with comfort and speech.

A Phonak Audéo Lumity hearing aid.
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Key features

Key features and technology in the Phonak Audéo Lumity hearing aids include:

  • StereoZoom 2.0 intelligently adapts sound focus as noise levels increase
  • SpeechSensor detects where the main speech signal is coming from, helping with speech understanding
  • Fully rechargeable
  • Suitable for mild to profound hearing loss
  • Pairs with the myPhonak app and Bluetooth® enabled devices
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Benefits of using Phonak Audéo Lumity hearing aids include:

  • Improved speech understanding
  • Health data tracking with the myPhonak app

Pricing and options

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Hearing aid packages

Your hearing care journey starts from the moment you walk through the door, which is why we don’t stop at hearing aids.

In fact, all of our hearing aids come as part of our Complete Hearing Care Packages, so you have the peace of mind that all of your hearing care needs are covered. Find out about the packages available here or speak to your audiologist.

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Looking to spread the cost?

We understand that hearing aids can be a big investment, which is why we offer a payment plan to help you spread the cost.

At The Hearing Care Partnership, Phonak Audéo Lumity™ is available as part of our ‘Hear Now. Pay Later’ payment plan.

You have the option to pay for your hearing aid package by Direct Debit over a period of 10 months with no interest (0% representative APR), no arrangement fees and no hidden extra charges.

Frequently Asked Questions

Receiver In Canal hearing aids sit on top of the ear and have a thin wire attached to the receiver (or speaker). This, along with either a dome or custom mould, sits closer to the eardrum to give the best quality sound.

Microphones in the hearing aid unit collect sounds and convert this into electrical signals. These signals are then transmitted down the wire into the receiver, and converted back into sounds, which then comes out next to your eardrum.