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MicroMLxS: Smallest Radio Receiver Shrinks by Another 50%

It is not only hearing instruments that are getting ever smaller. Todays wireless communication devices for people with hearing impairment are miniaturized as well. Two years ago when Phonak launched its MicroLink MLxS, it was the smallest universal multifrequency radio receiver for hearing instruments in the world. It still is. Now, Phonak launches MicroMLxS, which has the same functionality but is only half the size. This incredible shrinking is possible due to a new revolutionary Phonak invention: the isotropic magnetic antenna. This antenna picks up the electromagnetic waves from the FM transmitter. The signal is then sent on to the hearing instrument and delivered to the ear.

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For more information, visit www.phonak-us.com

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