ReSound Hearing Aids
Helping people rediscover their hearing in order to live rich, active, and fulfilling lives has been the focus of ReSound since 1943. Individuals from 80 countries worldwide have access to ReSound hearing aids, making it one of today’s largest hearing aid providers.
A subsidiary of the GN Group, a global leader in intelligent audio solutions, ReSound, along with other GN Group companies, is involved in the research and development of medical, professional, and consumer audio solutions. Years of research have led to the fabrication and distribution of med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio products.
WDRC (Wide Dynamic Range Compression) was a major innovative step toward the capacity to adjust sound input intensities for a more comfortable hearing experience, while ReSound’s DFS (Digital Feedback Suppression) system was instrumental in resolving issues involving howling (feedback) and distortion.
The first open-standard digital chip, released by ReSound in 1992, introduced greater programming flexibility, leading to the ReSound AIR open-fit design in 2003, which was built to limit the discomfort of a plugged ear canal and provide a more natural sound from your hearing aid.
ReSound’s Device Features And Performance
The first connectivity options for hearing aids, using 2.4 GHz technology to link with iPhone and Android devices, was first introduced by ReSound, allowing for Bluetooth streaming, which makes it possible to link digital devices with your hearing aids for enhanced sound quality and clarity.
ReSound hearing aids are smaller, lighter, and allow for greater wearing discretion thanks to micro-digital technology while helping to improve sound quality and clarity as well as higher-level performance.
ReSound’s Remote Assist
Remote Assist, provided by ReSound, allows a hearing instrument specialist to receive programming adjustment requests from patients and then send the new settings to be uploaded and applied to the device using the hearing aid’s connectivity feature.
Hearing Care Services At House Of Hearing
ReSound’s advanced technology hearing aids are a great tool available to your House of Hearing audiologist, but it does not replace the personalized treatment and our commitment to the ongoing care you’ll receive as a patient.
We help our patients choose and program the hearing instrument best suited for their hearing needs and preferences. We go a step further by offering ongoing hearing aid support through troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair for ReSound, Oticon, Sivantos, and many other brand-name devices.
If you, or a loved one, have a hearing challenge or you need some help from one of our hearing instrument specialists at any of our 10 locations in Northern Utah, contact us using the adjacent form.
Schedule A Comprehensive Hearing Assessment
If you are struggling to enjoy a night out with friends and family due to background noise, your loved ones are complaining about the volume of the television or, you simply want to get your hearing health checked then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment with one of our specialists.
Take the first step by simply completing the form on this page and a member of our team will get in touch to arrange a mutually beneficial day and time to schedule your appointment.