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Audiology accessories

At our hearing centres, we understand that hearing care is more than just providing hearing aids.

That’s why we offer a complete range of accessories designed to meet all your needs in a variety of situations and for a variety of devices.

We strive to ensure that your hearing enhancement is perfectly tailored to your specific needs, providing you with comprehensive solutions that complement your lifestyle. From practical accessories to tailored options for different situations, we are committed to offering you a complete and personalised hearing experience.


Variety of models with sound settings, vibrating alerts and direct connection to hearing aids.

complementos y accesorios auditivos para telefonos


Connected watches for people with hearing loss: visible time and vibrating or illuminated alerts.

accesorios para audifonos phonak

Alarm clocks

Connected alarm clocks for hearing loss: visible time and vibrating/illuminated alerts.

despertadores luminosos para perdida auditiva

Illuminated warning devices

Illuminated warning lights for hearing loss: bright and effective visual signals, don’t rely on sound alone.

avisadores luminosos para perdida auditiva

TV and Radio

Enjoy your favourite programme with our TV and radio hearing accessories. Quality sound directly to your hearing aids.

complementos y accesorios auditivos para television y radio

FM Systems

Experience clearer hearing in any environment with our FM systems.

conexion audifono sistemas fm phonak

FM Phonak: Hearing Clarity in Any Situation

FM technology, found in Phonak systems, improves understanding in noisy environments, benefiting both hearing instrument users and those with normal hearing.

Its operation is simple:

  • A microphone picks up the sound of the person or persons speaking. When it is a single person it is usually worn on the lapel, when it is a group it is a stand microphone that is placed in the middle of the group.
  • An FM receiver receives the sound via radio waves and transmits it to the person’s ear via a small FM receiver behind the ear.

Ideal for:

  • People with normal hearing, but who need or want to hear clearer sound. For example people suffering from autism.
  • Hearing aid users attending educational events, entertainment events, etc. Due to the distance between sender and receiver, it is a challenge to understand well.