Each year, there are new updates to hearing aid technology.

From Bluetooth connectivity to remote fine tuning and more, it’s remarkable to see the distinct changes in technology over the years.

While there are manufacturers that have occasionally tripped up over the way, providing no real distinct changes to their previous models, there is one key name which takes first place, ReSound.

With the much anticipated ReSound ONE released in August 2020, we have seen their name blow up over the last few months and it’s no surprise that our patients have been asking about them.

Naturally, they want to know more about the ReSound ONE and what makes it so special from the rest.

But before we get into it, let’s go back to the beginning…

Who Are ReSound?

ReSound have been making innovation-led technology for users worldwide since 1943.

Their advanced features have seen them recognized as leading manufacturer and many people believe they were the key name that shaped the industry.

After partnering with Apple in 2013 to develop ‘Made for iPhone’ hearing aids, which allows users to connect to their Apple device and stream audio, their sales rocketed.

What Is So Special About The ReSound ONE?

If you’re new to technology, you probably can’t tell much difference between the releases.

However, in the words of ReSound, the ReSound ONE delivers an “entirely new class of hearing aids that offers a truly individualized hearing experience and the best sound quality for every user.”

Supposedly, this is the world’s first-full-featured hearing aid with M&RIE (Microphone & Receiver-In-Ear). This creates a more individualised and complete sound system, allowing for directionality and wireless streaming.

Its ultra-focus feature can be used in conversational situations where you may get distracted by loud background noise. This revolutionary feature allows you to simply focus in on the individual in front of you, so you can understand exactly what they are saying.

Even if you don’t have hearing loss, that would be a great feature!

Other key features include:

  • Remote at-home hearing care – connect to a specialist via ReSound Assist Live, where they can provide updates, answer questions and give guidance.
  • Size 312 Battery
  • iOS and Android Streaming
  • Receiver power levels LP, MP, HP and UP
  • Wind Guard

Available in a choice of 9 colors and styles, you can customize your device to fit your style.

Would You Like To Try The ReSound ONE For Yourself?

It’s easy to read about the benefits of hearing aid technology, but you only really know how good it is until you try it out for yourself.

The good news is that it’s your lucky day!

If you or a loved one is interested in trying out the ReSound ONE, then get in touch with a member of our team.

Through our ‘14-Day Test-Drive’ locals across Maryland can try out the ReSound ONE for two weeks to see how they find it.

There’s no catch – it’s completely free and there’s no-obligation, we just want to see how this technology works for you!

Once you have trialled the technology, you can return it to us and have a discussion to see how you found it.

To try out the ReSound ONE, you can schedule your appointment here or find your local office by clicking here.

See you very soon.

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Corinne Richards, Au.D. , F.A.A.A.

Dr. Richards received her undergraduate degree in 2003 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she majored in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Shortly after graduation, she attended Central Michigan University (CMU) where she received her doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.). Her clinical externship was done in Detroit, MI at the Michigan Ear Institute from 2006-2007. In May 2007 she graduated from CMU with honors and accepted a position with a non-profit clinic in Chicago, IL specializing in pediatrics and educational audiology. In 2011 she moved to Maryland’s Eastern Shore to join the Audiology Associates Inc. team. Currently, she specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss for hearing aid and cochlear implant candidates. Throughout her career as an audiologist, Dr. Richards has taken a special interest in humanitarian audiology and has spent time in Ghana, West Africa fitting hearing aids to those in need.