These were the premium Phonak aids, I’m pretty sure, when they came out in 2009 or so. So in their day, they were definitely good. But that was a while ago now, and there have been a few new generations of Phonak technology since. I bought a pair last year, when I lost my Resound aids. I programmed them myself, and thought they were okay. But then I bought new Costco KS7s, and didn’t put any more work into the Phonaks.
I think it depends on your budget. There’s a pretty good argument, I think, that if you can afford something better you might skip these. But I paid about $125 for the pair, so that was okay.
Based on the figures you’ve posted – and with the disclaimer that I am not an HCP! – it looks like you would at least need the “P” version, and “SP” would probably be better. So you’ll have to watch out for that.
Here’s the professional brochure for the line: