GN ReSound Hearing Aids
GN ReSound is an innovator within the hearing industry leading the way with breakthrough technology.
GN ReSound is known for great sound quality, design excellence and meaningful solutions that help hearing impaired people rediscover sounds. ReSound is an innovator within the hearing industry leading the way with breakthrough technology. They introduced the first commercially available digital hearing aids in 1992, the first software based hearing aid in 1996, the first to utilize 2.4 GHz wireless technology built into the hearing aids enabling patients to connect wirelessly through the ReSound Unite family of accessories directly to devices such as cell phones, TV’s, music players. In 2014, ReSound introduced the first made for iPhone hearing aid, the ReSound LiNX. ReSound strives to help the hearing impaired rediscover hearing.
Effortless hearing. ReSound LiNX2™ provides effortless hearing just as nature intended with a natural sense of where sounds are coming from and helps to form a detailed sound picture of your surroundings. And, in a noisy listening situation, Binaural Directionality™ II makes sure you can still understand every word of the conversation.
- New SureFit™ receivers improve listening comfort and sound quality.
- New designs stand up to the punishment of everyday life and practically disappear when on your ear.
- Technology that adapts to your life.
Connect, interact and engage effortlessly with ReSound LiNX. ReSound LiNX2 hearing aids are Made for iPhone® hearing aids, which means they connect with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and the new Apple watch to make your hearing aids work like Bluetooth stereo headphones.
Smart hearing for people with severe and profound hearing loss. In fact, it’s the most powerful super power hearing aid available today. With top-rated sound quality, a durable design and more ways to connect to your world, it’s a hearing experience like no other.
It’s the only Made for iPhone super power hearing aid, which means you can connect to the sounds that matter most to you through direct stereo sound streamed from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, without any intermediary device. And it means discreetly adjusting your settings directly from your smartphone, matching your sound to your experiences without drawing attention to your hearing aids.