Price for one - £595 | Price for a pair - £995
In early 2013 Phonak launched the new Naida Q30 which is their fourth (essential) level of power hearing aid technology and is designed to be a more basic hearing aid. The ‘Q’ stands for Quest which is their new chip sound processing technology. This means Phonak have been able to create a range of new Binaural VoiceStream features. The Naida Q30 has replaced the previous Naida S1 model.
This hearing aid is available in 3 different styles which have a choice of either subtle or bold colours.
Despite being a more basic hearing aid the Naida Q30 still has that extra power boost and offers a good range of features. Along with Phonak’s new Quest technology, these hearing aids can offer the new Binaural VoiceStream. This means that your hearing devices can now communicate with each other and share information to further improve your hearing experience.
Other features include
The Naida Q30 hearing aids are also fully compatible with Phonak’s range of wireless accessories.
In conclusion, the Naida Q30 is the fourth (essential) level of power hearing aids currently available from Phonak. Although it is a more basic hearing aid it still offers good technology with a range of features and more power for those who need it. It does, however have significantly fewer channels and lacks many of the features available on the other models in the Naida range. It comes in a choice of 3 styles and has a wide range of colours to choose from including fun and bold shades. The Naida Q30 is also wireless compatible and can be connected to Phonak’s range of accessories. If you are interested in this technology but would like to take full advantage of the features now available then you may want to try the other models in the range, the Phonak Naida Q50, Phonak Naida Q70 or Phonak Naida Q90.