Phonak is a Swiss hearing aid manufacturer whose history can be traced back to the foundation of the “AG für Elektroakustik” with corporate headquarters in Zurich by a French-Belgian group of investors. Their driving force is their commitment to understanding the challenges faced by people who live with hearing loss, and to improving the quality of their lives. They measure their success by the positive impact that their technologies have on the ability to communicate and enjoy life’s rich sound-scape.
Phonak are a Swiss manufacturer who are part of the Sonova group. Sonova also own the hearing aid manufacturer Unitron. Phonak rank within the top 3 hearing aid manufacturers in the world and their products are often favoured by audiologists. Their technology is arguably the best in the world and their product design is innovative. They have been in business for over 50 years and are represented in more than 100 countries worldwide. The full range of Phonak hearing aids are available in our hearing aid centres in Stillorgan and Fairview, Dublin, and Ardee & Letterkenny and clinics across Ireland.
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Phonak have just introduced their latest hearing aid platform which they are calling the Marvel. It is their latest hearing aid platform and interestingly enough it is a full range of Made For Any Phone hearing aids. The devices will be available from November 22nd 2019 and they truly look amazing. They are being offered in the usual four levels of technology, the Marvel 90, 70, 50 and 30.
The Audeo range is the first part of the Marvel platform to be introduced. The Marvel Audeo family will be made up of five hearing aids of which two will be rechargeable. The smallest traditional Zinc Air battery size will be the 312. The full Audeo range will not be available initially, below you can see a quick explanation of the devices and their expected availability. The devices will be available in four levels of hearing aid technology as you would expect from Phonak. For the first time ever, Phonak will make the rechargeable devices available at every level of technology.
While most of the hearing aid brands went for Made For iPhone hearing aids, Phonak decided that they would go a different way with their mobile phone connectivity. They chose one that would give them a direct connection to any mobile phone. Phonak relied on the traditional Bluetooth protocol, which offered huge benefits. It meant that any hearing aid they produced would be technically able to connect to any Bluetooth enabled device, not just phones. That strategy also presented real technical difficulties. The first Made For Any Phone hearing devices (The Audeo B-Direct) did not offer stereo audio streaming of phone calls or any other audio. It also ensured that Phonak's quite famous ear to ear features did not work.
The new Marvel platform does not have any of those limitations. The Marvel will allow users to experience stereo streaming audio from any Bluetooth enabled device, that includes most mobile phones available, computers, even some modern TVs. Marvel users can have that audio streaming with the full benefits of Phonak's ear to ear features (Binaural Voice Streaming Technology BVST for short). That all means an outstanding new hearing aid platform with no limitations.
As I said, these hearing aids aren't de-featured in any way. They include all of the latest Phonak features including their much-celebrated ear to ear features. They also have a brand new sound management system called Autosense 3.0 which recognises and automatically adapts to precisely match more listening situations than ever before. Autosense 3.0 also classifies streamed signals and will adapt how it works to better help you to hear the way you should.
These hearing devices are hugely multi-functional and feature-rich. The Marvel contains probably every single one of the current headline features in the hearing aid world, and they have even thrown in some new ones, here’s the quick list:
Marvel will directly stream stereo audio from any device capable of streaming audio via Bluetooth. This includes almost any device you can think of. You can connect it directly to your Android phone; you can connect it directly to your Mac Book or Windows laptop. You can even connect it directly to any Bluetooth enabled television. That is pretty amazing, that is a direct connection without any streamer. The quality of streaming audio is excellent; audio is full and clear. Music is warm and full, and phone calls are clear.
The Marvel delivers true hands-free calling in stereo. You will hear your phone calls in both ears giving you a better chance at understanding what is being said. Hands-free means you don't need to touch your phone. Your phone can be up to thirty feet away. You simply hit the button on your hearing aid to answer the call.
The Bluetooth connection is being used for more than just audio streaming though. They will also use that same connection for data exchange between the mobile phone and the hearing aids. This ability offers much more benefits for consumers and professionals alike. The data exchange is the core of the new ability to remotely fine tune the hearing aids in real time and for the user to give real-time day to day feedback with the new Hearing Diary.
The new Phonak remote fine-tuning system is excellent, a video calling system gives the same feeling of face to face interaction, just in a different way. While the remote support may not be for everyone, I think it will be welcomed by people who see it as a real alternative to in-clinic appointments
They have also introduced a new speech to text app with the new products. The new app acts as a transcription system which allows users to read what is being said by the person on the other end of the phone. It works in real time and thanks to hands-free phone calling you can carry on the conversation while you read the dialogue. The app will allow people with hearing loss extra help to understand people on their mobile phone.
Phonak's Roger system is the Gold Standard in FM assistive devices for people with hearing loss. All Marvel hearing aids will be able to be upgraded in late 2019 by hearing care professionals so that the new RogerDirect™ system can be added to the hearing aids allowing Roger microphone equipment to stream directly to Marvel hearing aids without having to attach an external receiver. That is something special and it will provide even better benefit for people in complex sound environments.
The Audeo Marvel R is Phonak's latest rechargeable Made For Any Phone hearing aid, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. The devices are available from November 22 in the UK and should be rolled out globally through November and December.
The Audeo Marvel 312 is a very small RIC device which uses a size 312 battery, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. It doesn't have a telecoil although as always it is a wireless device. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. The devices are available from November 22 in the UK and should be rolled out globally through November and December.
The Audeo Marvel 312T is a small RIC device which uses a 312 battery, it is still very discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. This device will have a telecoil. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device is now available.
The Audeo Marvel 13T is a RIC device that will use a size 13 battery. It will be slightly bigger than the 312, but still pretty discrete. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device is now available
The Audeo Marvel RT is a rechargeable RIC hearing aid which will have a telecoil. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The device will connect directly to any Bluetooth enabled Mobile phone and will stream phone calls and audio in stereo. This device will not be available until late 2019.
Phonak have also changed the push button on the devices, they now offer a rocker switch instead for more functionality.
While the Marvel hearing aids will connect directly to Bluetooth enabled TVs, Phonak has also introduced a new TV Streamer. The TV streamer allows low energy streaming offering great audio and reduced battery usage.
Phonak introduced their very first Made For iPhone hearing aid in late 2017. However, it was more than Made For iPhone. In fact, it was a Made For Any Phone hearing aid. There were several limitations though, the audio from a phone call will only stream to one ear, while the other is attenuated to give you a better opportunity to hear the caller. The other limitation is that because Phonak is not using their own audio streaming system, you lose some of their amazing situational programmes such as Speech in loud noise, Speech in 360 and Speech in wind in the top of the range 90 level of technology.
The Audeo B-Direct. It is really a revolutionary hearing aid that changes wireless connection to a mobile phone forever. The Audeo B-Direct connects to any Bluetooth® enabled mobile phone, directly without a streamer. Even better, it offers true hands-free calling. As it supports the classic Bluetooth protocol, it provides direct connectivity to cell phones – including AndroidTM, iPhone® and even classic cell phones – with no extra body-worn streaming device required.
The hearing aids offer real hands-free voice calling. The wearer can answer or reject a phone call by simply pressing the push button on their hearing aid. The ringing of the phone is heard through the hearing aids and once the call is accepted, the conversation is instantly streamed. You don’t even need to pick up your phone. Your voice is picked up by the hearing aid’s intelligent microphone network and transmitted to the other caller similar to a wireless headset.
Unfortunately for people who like to stream music or audiobooks from their phone, this hearing device isn't the answer. While it delivers astonishing new power over mobile phone calls, it doesn't allow the type of streaming that delivers music or other audio. However, they have thought about music lovers and your TV viewing habits.
They have also introduced an accompanying TV Connector, which uses their proprietary AirStreamTM technology. It is designed to be a state-of-the-art compact multimedia hub that seamlessly connects wearers to their favourite TV programming for an immersive audio experience. It’s a plug and play solution that automatically turns a pair of Audéo B-Direct hearing aids into wireless TV headphones. The TV Connector can also connect and transmit to multiple sets of Audéo B-Direct hearing aids simultaneously. That’s a pretty good solution for couples with hearing loss.
Android is the predominant player in the smartphone market with an estimated four out of every five smartphones being Android. The Audéo B-Direct will now bring direct streaming to this neglected market while also providing compatibility with Apple’s iPhone. More than that though, the new solution allows users who own a classic cell phone to avail of direct streaming as well.
The device is a receiver in canal (RIC) hearing aid which means that it will be suitable for a wide range of hearing losses and users. It is also the first device to make use of Sonova’s revolutionary SWORD chip and wireless radio technology. They say that the low-voltage radio chip has the lowest power consumption of any hearing aid using Bluetooth Classic.
The device uses a size thirteen battery and Phonak reports some excellent battery life figures. They say that the battery should last for six days with one hour of phone use and 3 hours of TV per day. That isn’t bad, I would say though real-world experience will vary, some people like to talk more and watch a lot more TV. Even though the device is a size thirteen, it isn't actually much bigger than their Audeo B 312.
The device is available in three levels of technology, the 90, the 70 and the 50, so no entry level device this time around. Although that was to be expected based on the introduction of the rechargeable devices.
There is a new app to go with the devices for smartphones; the app offers the typical features you would expect.
Volume adjustment, programme changes, you can also rename the programmes to make them easier to remember. The app will show a list of the available audio sources and allow the user to control the balance of audio when streaming.
As part of the introduction of their new Belong hearing aid range, Phonak announced that they were introducing a new Virto in the ear hearing aid type as part of their Virto Belong range. The device is ground-breaking, it is the first hearing aid to use medical grade titanium for the custom shell. They have used the properties of the metal to ensure that they can offer discreet custom hearing aids to more people than ever.
They have called the hearing aid the Titanium and they say it will be the most discreet in ear device they have ever made. Having seen some of the early models I would have to agree. It is a very discreet hearing aid. It also looks and feels very nice with its titanium shell.
Virto B-Titanium is the smallest Phonak in-the-ear hearing aid ever! It is available as a completely in canal hearing aid and an invisible hearing aid device. The CIC can have a programme button on the face plate.
Using titanium allows for a shell that’s half as thin as traditional custom shells. This will result in a deep, comfortable fit. Phonak say that the overall size is reduced significantly, thus increasing invisible-in-the-canal (IIC) fit rate by 64%. That simply means that more people than ever will be physically suitable for their latest invisible hearing aid.
The device comes available with three levels of receiver which allows it to cover even more hearing losses than ever before. Because of the use of Titanium, it also allows for bigger vents in their hearing aids which means less occlusion problems for people with good low frequency hearing.
Virto B-Titanium features AutoSense OS™. It adapts to every sound environment automatically for excellent hearing performance everywhere. There will be no need to manually adjust the hearing aids. Although, they can come with an optional push button for just that.
The Virto B-Titanium will only be available in the B90 and the B70 levels of technology for the moment.
Phonak say that their new designs and materials will make the hearing aids physically suitable for more people than ever. However, the usual contra indications are the same as every other invisible hearing aid such as excessive waxy ear canals, history of mid ear infections or perforated eardrums. If you face these issues, this will not be the product for you. In these cases other discreet hearing aids may be more advisable to consider.
With the launch of the new Bolero Belong platform of BTE hearing aids, Phonak have launched the anticipated lithium-ion rechargeable BTE, the Bolero B-PR. It is the first Lithium-ion rechargeable BTE to the market and the first rechargeable BTE for Phonak. They say that ithe battery pack will deliver 24 hours of hearing with one simple charge (expected results when fully charged, and up to 80 minutes wireless streaming time) which is in line with the performance of the Audeo B-R.
The P hearing aid style is quite a powerful aid and can be expected to be fitted to people with severe hearing loss. The device has a programme button, volume control and a telecoil onboard. The amplification output of this aid demands a lot of power, so Phonak must be very confident with the battery technology.
In line with the Audeo Belong, the range will run on the new improved AutoSense OS and will come in the usual four levels of technology. However, the new rechargeable option will not be available in the lowest level of technology.
The Bolero range is a full model line up with four models. They will include B-M, B-P, B-SP, and the rechargeable B-PR.
The B-M model is the smallest of the Bolero range, it is a micro BTE powered with a 312 battery it will cover Moderate to Severe hearing losses. The device comes with a programme button and has an onboard telecoil. The devices have the newly designed microphone technology and a new case.
The device can be fitted with a thin tube fitting or a traditional tube and mould configuration. The device will be available in the four levels of technology, the 90, the 70, the 50 and the 30. The B-M is a very discreet option even though it is a behind the ear hearing device. When fitted with the thin tube which is clear and sits close to the face, it is almost invisible to the casual observer.
The B-P model is slightly larger, it is powered by a 13 battery cell and comes with a programme button, volume control, telecoil and will cover up to severe hearing losses. The devices have the newly designed microphone technology and a new case.
The device can be fitted with a thin tube fitting or a traditional tube and mould configuration. The device will be available in the four levels of technology, the 90, the 70, the 50 and the 30.
The B-SP is the largest model, again it is powered by a 13 battery and comes with a programme button, volume control and telecoil. The device will cover severe to profound hearing losses. The devices have the newly designed microphone technology and a new case.
The device can be fitted with a thin tube fitting or a traditional tube and mould configuration. The device will be available in the four levels of technology, the 90, the 70, the 50 and the 30. This device is a good choice if you are looking for a good super power hearing aid. I think it would be a throw up between this and the Phonak Naida.
The B-PR is the rechargeable model which runs on a sealed and integrated lithium-ion powerpack. The device is similar in size to the Bolero B-SP. It also has a programme button, volume control and telecoil. The device can be fitted with a thin tube fitting or a traditional tube and mould configuration. It will cover moderate to severe hearing losses and it will be available in the 90, the 70 and the 50 levels of technology only.
As I said, the Audeo Belong hearing device range is the first Phonak hearing device range with a rechargeable option. This in itself is quite an amazing innovation and a new direction for them. However there is much more that is new in this range than just that, the Belong comes with an upgraded operating system, the latest version of Phonak's SoundRecover2 and new microphones and programme buttons.
The range uses the existing Venture chipset and is available in four technology levels, the 90, the 70, the 50 and the 30, although the rechargeable option is not available in the 30 level of technology, perhaps in the next platform. That is a pity because the rechargeable hearing devices are proving amazingly popular.
The operating system in the Belong range is an updated version of Phonak's Autosense OS. They have improved the system with new settings that manage how the system works. Phonak's continued research on AutoSense OS gave them the opportunity to make it even better.
They have tweaked the operating system, changing how the hearing aids respond to changes in the sound environment. They say that these changes deliver even better speech intelligibility across the different settings.
SoundRecover2 is Phonak's latest version of their frequency compression strategy. It is feature that moves high frequency sounds in speech into lower areas of hearing. It is exceptionally useful for people who have little or no hearing in their high frequency range. The feature works only when needed, for instance if a sound is in an area of hearing where you simply could not hear it.
In cases like this normal amplification will simply not work well, SoundRecover2 moves the sound to an area where the is usable hearing, which will allow you to hear the sound information you need to understand speech. The new and updated version was first introduced in the new Naida Venture and there has been excellent reports about it from users.
The Audeo Belong has a new style of button which is more functional and a new microphone system. While the button change is designed to make the aids easier to use, the microphone change is probably the most important. The new microphone system is designed to make the devices sound better in both noise and quiet. Most hearing aids suffer from something that is called circuit noise, it is a low volume sound that is often described by users as a hiss.
More often than not circuit noise is caused by the function of the microphones in the aids. The noise is never very loud but if you have good low frequency hearing you will hear it. The new microphone system almost eliminates this noise, the feedback from users is that they are the quietest hearing aids they have ever worn. So quiet that they can almost forget they are on.
The range itself is a relatively typical full line Audeo offering, so that is a full range of Receiver in Canal devices. Let's take a look:
Very small RIC device using a size 10 battery, it is quite discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. It doesn't have a telecoil although as always it is a wireless device. It has a button but no volume control.
Again a very small RIC device, however, it uses a size 312 battery, it is still very discreet and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. Like the 10, it doesn't have a telecoil although as always it is a wireless device. It has a button but no volume control.
Slightly bigger than the 312, it is still a small and discrete device RIC which uses a size 312 battery, it can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. Un-like the 10 and the 312, it has a telecoil as well as being a wireless device. It has a button but no volume control.
The largest of the Audeo B RIC range, it runs on a size 13 battery and can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses. The 13 comes fully loaded with both a telecoil, programme button and a volume control as well as being a wireless device.
The RIC device that all the hype has been about, a rechargeable hearing device running on Lithium-ion power. A solid 24 hours of use from one three hour charge. It can be used with several receiver variations meaning it can cover a lot of hearing losses down to profound. It is also a wireless device with a programme button but no volume control or telecoil. The Audeo Belong range is now available at all of our hearing centres across Ireland.
Individually crafted to fit perfectly into your ear canal, while providing ultimate comfort and meeting your everyday needs
Adapts automatically and seamlessly to provide the best hearing performance in every listening situation
Discreet and more compact than any other hearing aid in its class, you won’t even realize that you’re wearing hearing aids, nor will anyone else
Tested by expert listeners, Venture hearing aids come out top for music
The newest custom hearing aid range from Phonak. The Phonak Virto V Custom Product family is designed with you in mind. Individually crafted and tailored to your hearing needs, Virto V automatically adapts to your specific listening situation and allows you to better understand speech. Designed to fit perfectly into your ear canal for ultimate comfort, there is no other hearing aid this small, capable of this much performance.
The new hearing aid range from Phonak, the Audéo V, is a Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aid, making it a versatile but highly discreet option. The Audeo V replaces the Audeo Q hearing aid family. The choice of hair and skin colors that Phonak have made available enhances the hearing aid's discreetness if that what you want.
The fashion and fun colors make sure that you can show them off, if that is more your style. Phonak have ensured that they have something to suit every style. The hearing devices deliver fantastic support in even the most challenging listening situations, as you would expect from such a quality hearing aid manufacturer. they really are a complete package, great sound quality and a discreet, modern design. The Audeo V delivers
Phonak has just released the new Bolero V digital hearing aids. They feature Phonak's latest high-performance technology and are designed to provide you a seamless listening experience across all of the sounscapes you enjoy. As is usual with Phonak, they deliver all of this in an aesthetically appealing and robust design. The Bolero V is a traditional Behind The Ear type hearing device family. So what have they got to offer;
Phonak Bolero V is designed to suit your individual style and preferences. It comes in a choice of 11 colours, so you can match your personality, hair or skin with either vibrant or subtle tones. They can be worn with traditional tubing and moulds or they can be worn with thin tube and domes, whichever suits your hearing loss.
Phonak Bolero V and Audeo V ranges cover a broad range of hearing levels from moderate to profound, and can be adapted to your needs over time. There is a tinnitus option available in all styles and at all price levels. At Connect Hearing we can help you choose an optimal solution. lets look at a quick run down of what is available in the new range.
The Phonak Venture platform of digital hearing aids cover a broad range of hearing losses and can easily be adapted to your needs over time. Phonak has also ensured that there is a tinnitus management option available in all styles and all price levels, here is a taste of some of the features:
An outstanding automatic feature that seamlessly alters your hearing aids to your changing listening environment. AutoSense OS accurately captures the precise listening environment you are in, changing when it needs to, to provide you with a comfortable, seamless listening experience throughout your day.
The feature helps you focus in on the single voice you want to hear from a noisy crowd. When noise reaches a level that makes understanding one person in a crowd difficult, StereoZoom, Phonak's excellent microphone management system is automatically activated, allowing you to focus on the voice you want to hear and ignore the noise you don't.
Understand speech from any direction. The Speech in 360 feature automatically selects the direction of speech and sends this speech signal from one hearing aid to the other, improving clarity and speech intelligibility without the need for you to face the speaker.
Enjoy conversations even on a windy day. When wearing hearing aids wind noise can interfere with your speech understanding and listening comfort. The Speech in Wind feature enhances your ability to understand speech well, even when the wind is blowing.
At Connect Hearing Ireland we also use the older Phonak Q90, Q70, Q50 and Q 30 technology levels. The Q and number designation is Phonak's way of breaking down the platform and the technology levels of the hearing aids. In the case of the Q90, it means the premier or highest technology that Phonak has to offer on the Quest platform. In the case of the Q70, it is the advanced level of technology, just under premier and so on until you reach the Q30 at entry level. These technology levels actually exists across four types of hearing aids. Let me explain them.
The Phonak Bolero Q is a range of Behind The Ear (BTE) devices that are available in a range of styles that include water and dust resistance to give you confidence in active situations. They are state of the art hearing aids that were designed to suit differing individual lifestyle and hearing needs. They come in a variety of hair, skin, fashion and fun colours, so you can be sure you will get one that suits you.
The technology in the Bolero Q range offers a host of unique features that will enrich the listening experience of daily life. Wherever you are and wherever you go, you may expect to be able to hear and understand with confidence. The Bolero Q does everything to fulfil your expectations to not only hear but understand better in every sound situation no matter how challenging.
Whilst hearing everything in conversation is the top priority, comfort is also important. The Bolero Q comes with a host of comfort features that can be set to your individual needs. They effectively eliminate uncomfortable and unwanted sounds when they occur.
The Phonak Virto Q range is a range of Custom made In The Ear (ITE) devices that are available in a range of styles and technology levels. Ultimately discrete products that will not only let you understand better but do so with confidence. They deliver the perfect balance between performance and cosmetic appeal, they range from small to virtually invisible, suiting your individual lifestyle and hearing needs. The Virto Q Nano model is the industry's smallest ever custom hearing aid that gives full confidence by being virtually invisible.
Phonak Virto Q custom products are individually crafted to your ear canal in order that they fit perfectly and comfortably in your ears. With Virto Q you benefit from the broadest selection of unique features on the inside, with the highest degree of discretion on the outside. The features in the Virto Q will ensure that you can master even the toughest listening situations. These aids provide superb comfort and discretion with a host of unique features for an extraordinary hearing experience. The MiniControl that is available allows for easy volume or program selection given you even more control.
The Phonak Audeo Q is a range of Receiver In the Canal (RIC) devices that are available in three different styles all offering a fantastic balance of size, features and performance. They are state of the art hearing aids that are designed to suit differing individual lifestyle and hearing needs. They come in a variety of hair and skin colours that enhance their discreetness. In fact they are so small they almost disappear behind your ears. Fashion and fun colours are also available though, so you can share your style.
The technology in the Audéo Q products offers a host of unique features designed to enrich the listening experience in your day-to-day life. Helping you to hear and understand in even the toughest listening environments. Enjoying laughter, children’s voices or the subtle sound of rustling leaves under your feet enriches your hearing world. Hearing the nuances of life’s sound-scapes is part of the joy in rediscovering the pleasures of good hearing. Phonak Audéo Q has unique proven technologies that will exceed your expectations, combined with their discreetness they are the perfect hearing aids for people who haven't worn hearing aids before.
The Phonak Naida Q is the high performance, power hearing aid range available in a traditional BTE and a discreet RIC. They are water and dust resistant to give you confidence in active situations. They are state of the art hearing aids that were designed to suit your individual lifestyle and hearing needs. Like the rest of our BTEs they come in a variety of hair, skin, fashion and fun colors, so you can be sure you will get one that suits your style.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, you expect to be able to hear and understand with confidence. The technology in Phonak Naída Q products offers a host of unique features designed to enrich the listening experience in your day-to-day life. The Naida Q range helps you to hear and understand in even the toughest listening situations while providing hearing comfort at all times. The latest Phonak solution represents a significant leap forward in technology. It enables people with a severe to profound hearing loss to hear and understand many more words than ever before.
My husband went into see Angela in Stillorgan after meeting her at the RDS, and she did a hearing test, she was the 3rd Audiologist he seen with the first 2 telling him he needed a hearing aid. It was Anglea who told him he needed to see an ENT Doctor, which he did today to be told he would need grommets and that would improve his hearing.I would recommend anyone who needs a hearing test to visit Anglea as she seems to be more interested in the client than pushing sales. Thank you Angela.
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