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Phonak Nathos Q Tinnitus hearing aid

Here we show you features available on your hearing aid and at the bottom of the page there are links to purchase spares and accessories.
Phonak Nathos Q Tinnitus features, accessories & spares   Phonak Nathos Q Tinnitus
 Mild to severe hearing loss  
 This hearing aid uses RIC XReceivers
 Remote control  PilotOne
 Replaceable filters  none
 Open fit tubes & custom earmould  n/a
 Earhook  n/a
 Direct audio input  [?]  no
 Direct audio input shoe type  n/a
 fmGenie radio aid compatible  [?]  yes - neck loop
 Roger radio aid compatible  [?]  yes - MyLink
 Roger integrated receiver type  n/a
 Wireless connection to accessories  [?]  yes
 Loop programme/Telecoil  [?]  no
 Hearing aid battery size  312 (brown)
 Phonak CROS compatibility
 no
Please note that the available features & number of user programmes will depend upon how the aid has been programmed by your audiologist.
Wireless accessory programme - wireless accessories will work 'out of the box' without need to change the hearing aid programming - remote control facilities need to be coded to your hearing aid by your audiologist.
If you are unsure of exactly what programmes you have available you also probably won't be getting the best experience from your hearing aid - we would suggest that you discuss the available programmes and when they should be used with your audiologist.
  If you have Phonak NAthos Q Tinnitus hearing aids Connevans recommends ...
  For listening to a TV: Phonak ComPilot & TVLink II
  For listening to a home telephone: There are no specific compatible products for your hearing aid so we would suggest using a telephone with a speakerphone
  For listening to a mobile phone: using bluetooth via a  Phonak ComPilot or Phonak EasyCall
  For a Conversation in noise or over distance: a Phonak Roger radio aid or fmGenie radio aid  
 
 
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Phonak PilotOne Remote Control
The essential remote control for Phonak Spice Generation hearing instruments.

£153.60
(£128.00 ex VAT) Part no: 3PAPIL1
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Phonak EasyCall to connect Phonak hearing aids to your mobile
The EasyCall connects compatible Phonak hearing aids wirelessly to any Bluetooth enabled mobile phone.

£98.40
(£82.00 ex VAT) Part no: 3PAECA1
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Phonak ComPilot Streamer
The ComPilot is a bridge between your hearing instruments and audio devices - it provides easy wireless access to TVs,...

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£216.00
(£180.00 ex VAT) Part no: 3PACOMP
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Phonak ComPilot & TVLink II Bundle
The ComPilot is a bridge between your hearing instruments and audio devices. The TV Link II is a dedicated TV solution....

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£345.60
(£288.00 ex VAT) Part no: 3PACOMPTV2
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(£0.00 ex VAT) Part no: BGUIDE1
fmGenie Radio Aid Systems
fmGenie Radio Aid Systems
system packages, transmitters, receivers, microphones, direct input leads, neckloops, headphones, cases, spare and accessories etc.
Phonak Roger radio aid equipment
Phonak Roger radio aid equipment
the Phonak Roger system works on a brand new digital wireless standard which brings excellent sound quality and improved signal-to-noise ratio.
312 size - Brown - Zinc air hearing aid batteries
312 size - Brown - Zinc air hearing aid batteries
Size 312 (brown tabbed) zinc air hearing aid batteries. Individual packs of 6 or boxes of 10 packs of 6 batteries.
Phonak RIC hearing aid receiver earpieces
Phonak RIC hearing aid receiver earpieces
On the housing of Phonak RIC earpieces there is coloured labelling - blue for left and red for right. The length or size is shown by a number and the power by xS for standard and xP for power
Domes for Phonak Fit'nGo, SlimTubes and RIC receivers
Domes for Phonak Fit'nGo, SlimTubes and RIC receivers
These domes are for use with Phonak's range of hearing aid tubes and RIC receiver earpieces. The Phonak advice is to clean domes daily and replace monthly.

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