ReSound Hearing Aids

Since 1943, ReSound hearing aids have advanced to the point of providing hearing aids for individuals with hearing loss in 80 countries, making it one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers worldwide.

ReSound is part of the GN Group, a global leader in intelligent audio solutions. While playing their role in research and development of medical, professional, and consumer audio solutions in cooperation with other GN Group companies, ReSound is a leader in the fabrication and distribution of med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio products.

The development of WDRC (Wide Dynamic Range Compression) has made it possible to adjust sound input intensities for a more comfortable hearing experience, and the company’s DFS (Digital Feedback Suppression) system was instrumental in resolving issues involving howling (feedback) and distortion, both major innovations of ReSound.

The first open-standard digital chip, released in 1992, allowed for programming flexibility. And their open fit design, made public in 2003, helps to limit the discomfort of a plugged ear canal and the capacity for more natural sound from your hearing aids.

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ReSound’s Device Features and Performance

ReSound produced the first connectivity options to connect iPhone and Android devices with hearing aids using 2.4 GHz technology.

Bluetooth streaming compatibility helps enhance sound quality and clarity while integrating digital devices with your hearing aids.

Micro-digital technology utilized in the fabrication of ReSound hearing aids makes them smaller, lighter, and more discrete to wear, while their digital performance improves sound quality and clarity.

ReSound hearing aid at Slent Hearing and Balance Center

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.

Trusted Personalized Hearing Care for South Louisiana

Advanced technology hearing aids from ReSound are among the tools we have available to help you hear better, but they don’t replace the personalized treatment and commitment to ongoing hearing care you’ll receive at our SLENT Hearing and Balance Centers.

In addition to assisting you in choosing the hearing instrument that fits your hearing needs, budget, and personal preferences, we also provide troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair for ReSound, Oticon, and Widex hearing aids, whether you purchased your device through us or from someone else.

If you, or a loved one, has a hearing challenge, or you need some help with your hearing aids from one of our hearing instrument specialists, contact us at the Mandeville, Hammond, Slidell, or Metairie hearing care center nearest you using the adjacent form.

“I am a happy customer of Dr. J. J. Martinez. I have a profound hearing loss that demands an Audiologist with patience and expertise, and these are the qualities that make him stand out. He is currently working with me on my third pair of hearing aids that I have been fitted with over the years, so I know how important it is to get the right person to work with. I highly recommend him.”

Joe Bradley

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If you have any inquiries, questions, concerns, or if you would like to schedule a hearing test, please fill in your details on the form to the right.

Our friendly receptionist will be notified and will be in touch at her earliest availability and will be delighted to help you.

Alternatively, if you don’t want to wait, you’re welcome to call us on 985-273-5795.

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