Represented in more than 80 countries around the world, ReSound constantly strive to empower more people who have hearing loss to hear more than what was thought possible before, experiencing sound as it should always be experienced.
Known for being first in the hearing industry for many hearing solutions, ReSound have developed a strong focus in research and development in order to pioneer a new era of hearing aids to keep up with the ongoing technological advancements of modern times.
All ReSound hearing aids have iSolate nanotechnology, which means that every single component of the hearing aid has been given a dust and water repellant coating to provide maximum durability and minimizing the need for repairs after long periods of everyday use.
ReSound are constantly updating their technology so that hearing sounds and listening to speech becomes much easier and much less effort. One way ReSound have done this is through Spatial Sense, a technological feature which supports your ability to detect the direction that sounds or noise is coming from, allowing to experience better sound quality by having a more natural sense of your surroundings. Noise Tracker II will help reduce unwanted noise, such as cars or drilling in the background, without compromising the quality of speech understanding you have.
ReSound have various Android and iPhone apps that can link your hearing aids to your phone or other smart device, allowing you to make discrete changes to your hearing aids wherever you are to suit the environment you are in. There are a few different apps that work best depending on which hearing aids you have and what you will need it for the most, so feel free to ask our audiologist which one is right for you.
It is useful to know that there are different types of hearing loss, and that different hearing aids are better suited depending on what type of loss you have. In your hearing appointment, our audiologist will be able to tell you what type of hearing loss you have, which hearing aid would be best for you, and how best to program it to your specific needs so that you have the best hearing experience possible.
Those with a mild hearing loss have some difficulties understanding soft speech, speech at a distance, or keeping up with conversations, especially in more noisy environments where there is some background noise.
Those with a moderate hearing loss may have some trouble hearing regular speech in conversations, even at closer distances between you and the person you are speaking to.
Severe hearing loss is usually when you can only hear loud sounds around you - such as a door slamming - or may only hear people speaking when they speak very loudly. With profound loss, you may only hear loud sounds as vibrations rather than noise.
Whether you are noticing some issues with your hearing for the first time, or if you already have hearing aids and are thinking about upgrading to a newer model, feel free to book in for a free consultation with one of our audiologists to give their expert opinion on any hearing loss or hearing difficulties that you have experienced.