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The Phonak Audeo PFE 132 is a remarkably clear and accurate headphone and deserves the ears of a true audiophile.
The Phonak Audeo PFE 232 aren't cheap, but critical listeners may well find their swappable Acoustic Filters (for fine-tuning the headphones' already excellent sound quality) to more than justify the $600 asking price.
The Audeo Perfect Fit Earphones PFE 022 + Mic are a solid choice for iPhone owners who desire balanced audio and a light, compact design.
Swiss company Phonak has officially released a new pair of earbud-style headphones that retail for $139 and come in black or white. The company is also offering a model with a built-in microphone for $159.
Sound preferences are always a matter of personal taste, especially when it comes to headphones.
The Audiophiliac tests not one, but two snazzy-looking models of Heir headphones, and they're both insanely great!
Those tuneless plastic horns causing some headaches at the World Cup could be leading to other problems as well, researchers warn. But is the criticism overblown?
The Phonak Audeo Perfect Fit Earphones are an excellent choice for anyone looking for clear and balanced audio, a secure and comfortable fit, and a useful array of extras. All in all, they're a great value for the money.
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While their price is a little too steep, the X7i earphones are slick-looking and comfortable, and deliver clean, detailed sound.
Researchers use computer algorithms and a new testing model to design hearing aids that are built to address the causes, not symptoms, of hearing impairments.