ReSound Hearing Aids

The focus of ReSound hearing aids since their founding in 1943 has revolved around helping people rediscover their hearing so they can live rich, active, and fulfilling lives.

The manufacturing company has grown to include more than 80 countries worldwide that make their brand of hearing aids available to individuals with hearing loss challenges.

ReSound is associated with GN Group, which has established itself as the global leader in intelligent audio solutions. In cooperation with GN Group, ReSound has played a key role in the research and development of medical, professional, and consumer audio solutions leading to the fabrications and distribution of med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio products.

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History Of Innovation

WDRC (Wide Dynamic Range Compression), which works to automatically adjust sound input intensities to a more comfortable amplification level, was a major step in sound processing and was first developed by ReSound.

Howling and distortion challenges were resolved through the development of their DFS (Digital Feedback Suppression) system.

ReSound went digital in 1992 with the first open-standard digital chip, allowing for programming flexibility. ReSound AIR (open-fit design), which eliminated much of the discomfort from plugging the ear canal and producing a more natural sound, went live in 2003.

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Device Features And Performance Available From ReSound

The first connectivity options for hearing aids, using 2.4 GHz technology to link with iPhone and Android devices, were developed by ReSound. Bluetooth streaming allows users to integrate digital devices with their hearing aids for enhanced sound quality and clarity.

ReSound hearing aids are digitally capable of producing improved sound quality and clarity as well as higher-level performance.

Thanks to the development of micro-digital technology, hearing aids are smaller, lighter, and allow for wearing discretion.

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ReSound’s Remote Assist

A shift away from in-office care in favor of tele-audiology has become a normal part of the practice of most doctors of audiology, improving both convenience and safety for patients.

A ReSound feature that makes this possible is Remote Assist.

Remote Assist allows a hearing instrument specialist to receive programming adjustment requests from patients and then send the new settings, which are uploaded to the device using its connectivity feature.

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Hearing Care Services At North Houston Hearing Solutions

Taking care of your hearing care needs is the focus of what we do at North Houston Hearing Solutions. Using the most advanced diagnostic technology available along with best practices in audiology, we develop a personalized treatment plan to fit your unique hearing needs and lifestyle circumstances.

Your treatment includes choosing and programming the hearing instrument that fits your needs and preferences, but we don’t stop there. We provide ongoing support that includes tech support and troubleshooting, certified ReSound hearing aid repairs and maintenance, and virtual appointments to improve safety and convenience.

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