Hearing aids have certainly come a long way from their humble origins. While the original hearing devices were big, bulky, and inefficient, modern hearing aids are continually pushing the limits of what’s possible in hearing healthcare. One hearing aid manufacturer in particular, ReSound, is totally defining what a hearing aid can do.
Coming up, we’ll take a look at ReSound – past, present, and future – to help you better understand all of the unique hearing aids that this company has to offer.
Natural, Intelligent Hearing with ReSound
ReSound’s current line of hearing aids runs the gamut from small, invisible-in-the-canal devices to those made specifically for children, but they all feature the same excellent ReSound technology. Let’s take a look at what makes ReSound’s hearing aids so special:
Binaural Directionality III
Binaural Directionality III harnesses the power of the ear-to-ear connection to allow hearing aid users to better balance sounds from front to back and side to side. This makes it easier for an individual to locate sounds and have a more natural listening experience every day.
2.4 GHz Hearing Aid Technology
ReSound started putting 2.4 GHz technology into hearing aids in 2010, and things have only improved since this first breakthrough. By using 2.4 GHz connections, ReSound provides higher quality direct audio streaming from any compatible device without any intermediary regulators simplifying your life and improving your listening environment.
Unwanted background noise is easily distracting, which is why ReSound packs their hearing aids full of cleaning technology that reduces the impact of wind and feedback on your listening experience. Doing so makes it easier to focus on the world in front of you and tune out background noise. What could be better?