Currently unavailable.
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
  • Audeo Perfect Fit Earphones 112 (Black)
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
  • To view this video download Flash Player

Audeo Perfect Fit Earphones 112 (Black)

by Phonak

Currently unavailable.
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
  • Offers crystal clear, luscious sound
  • Frequency response can be adapted to individual listening preferences
  • Easy-to-replace, passive audio filters
  • Can be adapted to individual listening preferences

Big Savings in Home Audio & Headphones
Up to 50% Off Select Products in Home Audio & Headphones
Looking for big savings? Find the perfect mix of quality, savings, and style in our Home Audio & Headphones Store sales. Check out headphones, sound bars, receivers, and much more from top brands like Yamaha, Monster, Onkyo, Pioneer, and JLab. Shop now

Special Offers and Product Promotions

  • Amazon Free 30-Day Tech Support: This item is eligible for free tech support for 30 days from the date of delivery. Over the phone, our trained technicians can help you set up, configure, connect, and troubleshoot so you can start enjoying your new purchase. Owners of qualifying products can reach Tech Support by calling 1-800-362-5703. Learn more

Technical Details

  • Audeo Perfect Fit Earphones 112 (Black)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 2 x 6.7 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B004991ROQ
  • Item model number: 112-0001-06
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at January 29, 2009

Product Description

Audéo Perfect Fit Earphones offer a crystal clear, natural sound and exceptional fit that ensures your earphones stay in so you continuously enjoy your music. Designed by Phonak, the world's leading hearing systems experts based in Switzerland, Audéo Perfect Fit Earphones reflect 60+ years experience of building high-quality hearing and audio products. With an "unparalleled knowledge of the human ear," Phonak engineers produced the earphones with a distinctive sound and over-the-fit that address the short-comings of most earbuds. The design allows the earphones to safely sit flat against the ear's concha where they should. As a result, Audéo earphones deliver a comfort and sound usually only found in custom-fitted products. Your Audéo Perfect Fit Earphones package comes with a wide variety of accessories that help you customize your sound and fit. Three different sets of silicone earpieces, one pair of Comply foam earplugs and a pair oft unique ear guides give you multiple options to find a fit for long-lasting comfort. In addition, the earphones come with six sets of special audio filters that let you customize the frequency response to your taste. It all fits into a small canvas bag so nothing should get lost, and the Audéo Perfect Fit Earphones weigh only half an ounce, making them an excellent choice for traveling, working out or just relaxing with your favorite tunes. The standard 3.5-milimeter jack is compatible with a wide variety of devices, from MP3 and DVD players as well as notebooks and media players. CNET says: "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." Sound pressure level 107 dB SPL/mW, 1 kHz Impedance 32 ohms, 1 kHz Frequency range 5Hz - 17kHz Cable length 3.6 ft/110 cm Weight 0.5 oz/14 g Connection: Gold-plated 1/8 in/3.5 mm stereo mini-jack

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
5 star
4 star
3 star
2 star
1 star
See all 13 customer reviews
I also tried 3 different ear tips and nothing helped keep a solid and sustainable acoustic seal.
Stuart Kerr
The guitar was never louder than the drums, the crisper sounds like cymbal crashes never overshadowed the honeyed bass thrumming in the background.
Even the venerable Shure 530 may sound a little (and I mean LITTLE) better, but are much less comfy to wear.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MetallicSoul on April 30, 2009
Verified Purchase
I started shopping for new ear bud headphones a few weeks ago. I listen to music ALL day long on my Sony MP3 player and frankly, my old Sony ear buds were a little beat. But that is why I bought cheap ear buds because I knew they were going to be VERY used. But I grew up with a father that has a perpetual subscription to Stereophile, Sound & Vision and a plethora of other magazines dedicated to superb audio. He recently moved away, so I no longer have access to his magazine library. I basically went into my search a little blind, but with a few basic principles in mind:

1) Cost. I can't afford $300+ dollar headphones no matter how well they will treat my ears.
2) Sound quality. I wanted to treat myself and buy headphones that would rank close to my wonderful white AKG K701 headphones.
3) Volume/DB's. I wanted a pair of ear buds that weren't super loud (I don't want to go deaf), but loud enough to block out most noise without having to worry about encumber some battery packs that most noise cancelling buds come with. My old Sony's were a nightmare.
4) Ear buds. Plain and simple, I just like ear buds! I can wear them for hours (if designed correctly or with correct sleeves) and I can work out without worrying about them popping out.

That being said, I searched the internet. I found several reviews on CNet and a ton of audio/video websites that devoted their time to finding the absolute best in everything. I kept reading about the Shure SE 530's and what an all around excellent pair of cans they were. Unfortunately, the reviews were a little old with their $400 retail tag. Today the Shure's are only $300! Not happening. I wanted excellent buds that weren't going to drain my bank account. I was willing to spend around $150 MAX.
Read more ›
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Kordis on July 21, 2009
One word:

Unbelievable what Phonak did with one single armature driver.
Sounds better from all one and two driver IEM's and rivaling SE530 and UE 10. All for only $ 139.00
After several hours of listening, I immediately ordered one more par for my wife.
Rating: (scale 0-10)
bass(with bass filter) 9
bass quality 9.5
mids 9.5
treble 9.5
sound stage 8.0
build quality 8.0
comfort 10.0
ease of insertion 6.0
I used Shure SCL4, SE310, SE530, UE 5, UE 10, Klipsch X10, Etymotic E4, Sennheiser IE7,
and they are better from all except UE 10 and SE530, but in few segments rivaling and exceeding those two.
For the money there is nothing else comparable!
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Kazar on May 28, 2011
Verified Purchase
I bought these to replace some broken Shure SE210s that I had for a couple of years. Before those, I had Shure E3Cs, whose wires also broke after 2 years of fairly heavy use.

The E3Cs had very clear highs, and in general good, never mushy sound. However, the E3C had somewhat disappointing bass. The SE210s were significantly less expensive (about $160 for the SE210s as compared to a bit over $200 for the E3Cs), and while the bass was richer, there was little doubt that the sound was definitely mushier in the SE210s than the E3Cs, and there was definitely some distortion on the lows with the SE210s.

The Audeo PFE 112 are my favorite of the bunch so far (I've only had them a day or so). Their clarity rivals the E3Cs, at least from memory; they're definitely noticeably cleaner than the SE210s, and a bit less expensive as well, with no noticeable distortion. Their bass is closer to the SE210s than the relatively weak E3C bass.

I tried both the grey (mid-range) filters, and the black (boost low and high) filters, and was happier with the grey mid-range ones, just as an aside.

Update on 8/14/11 -- I just tried the foam tips, and for me, they fit better and more comfortably than the silicone tips.

Update on 1/1/14 -- Still going strong, with daily use! Definitely better built than any other headphones I've had.
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kwb on October 9, 2011
Verified Purchase
This one replaced my old Shure e2c when its cable started to break off. I liked e2c, I would have bought another pair if available, but at that time it was already discontinued.

Anyway, after some research I bought this one. All in all I've been a happy customer since then.

Before e2c was totally gone, I A/B-ed these two, and here's my impression. BTW if you're an audiophile, don't bother to read further. I don't even know all these cryptic things like "sound stage" and such ;-)

1. e2c was louder
This is superficial as it's a matter of turning your volume level up or down, but anyway that's the first thing I found. With the same volume setting this one is quieter.
Phonak has twice as large an impedance as e2c (32 Ohm vs 16 Ohm), and the amplifier cannot pump as much electrical power into Phonak (power is inversely proportional to impedance), and the sensitivity (loudness per electic power) are more or less the same (107 vs 105 dB SPL/mW).

2. Phonak/Audeo colors less
To my ear, this one colors less. After adjusting the volume to provide the same overall loudness, e2c seemed to provide stronger high and low but not mid, which is not necessarily bad. But I'd say Phonak/Audeo sounds more natural, even if this is totally subjective.

3. External sound isolation not as good as e2c
If isolation from external noise is your main concern, this is not for you. I still use this one on the plane and it is not that bad, but e2c was better in this respect.

4. I prefer how you wear this over e2c
One thing I didn't like about e2c was that the right and left cables join at the back of my neck, and then come to my chest over my shoulder. With this one, the cables go over the ears and then comes down straight and join at my chest.
Read more ›
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Recent Customer Reviews