Phonak Naída Lumity is the latest installment of Phonak's dedicated power hearing aid portfolio designed for individuals with severe to profound hearing loss. With more than 40 years of research, Phonak truly understands the needs and challenges faced by people with this degree of hearing loss. Naida Lumity provides unmatched audibility and speech understanding and is now powered by the Lumity platform.
Two models are available: Naida L-UP (severe to profound hearing loss) and Naida L-PR (mild to moderately severe hearing loss). Naida L-PR is a rechargeable solution, while Naida L-UP features telecoil capabilities. Naída Lumity combined with Roger™ mic technology enhances hearing performance in noise nearby and over distance.
Severe to profound hearing loss affects regions in the ear where high-pitched sounds are perceived. Not being able to hear these details in speech makes daily communication challenging. The SoundRecover2 feature maintains the sound quality of low-pitched sounds, while making high-pitched sounds easier for you to hear again.
The Naída L-PR offers a rechargeable solution for power heraing aid users. With 40% more capacity than conventional rechargeable batteries, the Naída L-PR is capable of being fully charged in just 3 hours for 24 hours* of hearing. These hearing aids come with easy-to-use smart charging options, so you can charge your hearing aids wherever you go.
If there is distance between you and the sound source or the noise level increases, understanding what is being said becomes increasingly difficult. In those situations where hearing aids are at their limit, Roger™ technology provides that extra boost that is needed.
Roger microphones, continuously measure and precisely analyze noise levels. If the noise level increases, the volume of the Roger receivers automatically increase in response. Developed especially for challenging listening situations, these microphones reduce background noise and make hearing and understanding enjoyable even in noisy environments, such as in a restaurant, or attending a conference at work.