These hearing aids can go almost anywhere, except for deep-sea diving

Here’s Why the ReSound ONE Hearing Aids Are Special

01/30/2023 | Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss, Hearing Test, Patient Resources, Technology

ReSound ONE hearing aids easily localize sounds and boost speech understanding by 30% with the Focus Assist feature.

With our decades of audiology experience in Washington communities, we have hands-on experience and connections with a wide range of hearing aid manufacturers.

After helping thousands of community members in Burien and nearby cities, we’ve worked with most major hearing aid manufacturers, like ReSound, Oticon, Phonak, and many others.

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Our relationships with these companies keep Highline Audiology up to date with the latest technology, so we can offer you the best possible care.

Our audiology specialists get asked lots of questions about ReSound hearing aids. Choosing the perfect device is important, so our trusted experts are glad to be part of the process.

Keeping you informed about the best available devices is a part of our ongoing care, which is why we’re taking a close look at ReSound ONE hearing aids.

In this blog, we’re going to highlight the key benefits of ReSound ONE hearing aids and help you decide whether these devices will work best for your needs.

ReSound: Who Are They?

We’ve witnessed the life-changing benefits of ReSound hearing aids in our community. Over the years we’ve fitted countless models and styles for local people, with ongoing support and maintenance too.

ReSound’s parent company is GN Group, a Danish company founded in 1869 that provides hearing, audio, video, and gaming technology. Since 1943, ReSound has been a pioneer, innovating and improving the quality of life for countless people affected by hearing loss.

They’ve become a deserving industry leader in medical, professional, and consumer audio technology.

Why Is the ReSound ONE Worth Talking About?

When the ReSound ONE was released in 2020, it aimed to solve some of the common problems with hearing aids.

It’s no secret that loud spaces and rooms full of conversations can overwhelm normal hearing aids.

In their studies, ReSound noticed that 93% of hearing aid users have trouble in noisy environments. On top of that, they saw that 55% of users found it difficult to place the direction of sounds.

The ReSound ONE’s M&RIE design flipped the script on traditional hearing aids by placing a receiver and microphone in the ear canal, plus two more microphones behind the ear.

That layout might sound counterintuitive, but it was a brilliant choice.

Moving a microphone in-ear cuts out a lot of wind noise, helps you localize sounds with ease, and makes the hearing experience as natural as possible.

Your ear anatomy is unique, just like your fingerprints, which is why this microphone design gives such natural acoustics.

The ReSound ONE delivers more accurate sound recognition from front and back and, thanks to the sheltered third microphone, natural wind noise reduction.

ReSound ONE devices have more features to tackle common hearing aid problems.

You’re not always in the same environment, so your hearing aids shouldn’t always be tuned to the same sound patterns.

All Access Directionality automatically adapts the microphone to give you a better signal-to-noise ratio, meaning more of the sounds you want and less background noise.

Traditional hearing solutions struggle with loud environments, especially at large gatherings or celebrations.

ReSound ONE has a feature called Ultra Focus, which can be toggled on and off in moments when you need to isolate a conversation or other sound.

ReSound’s study found a 30% increase in speech comprehension compared to All Access Directionality.

ReSound has made sure their hearing devices offer solutions, not drawbacks.

Users can make hands-free calls with the press of a button, or stream music and other audio from Apple or Android devices.

Best of all, Bluetooth Low Energy technology will make sure that your battery doesn’t deplete too quickly while you enjoy these features.

The ReSound ONE hearing aids come with modern features like:

  • Long-Lasting Batteries – Many of the ReSound ONE devices have rechargeable batteries with more than enough power to give the users app connectivity, calling, and streaming throughout the day. Recharging only takes three hours.
  • Ergonomic and Robust Design – ReSound ONE hearing aids are IP68-rated. That means they are water resistant in up to 5 meters of fresh water for 30 minutes and also protected from dust. These hearing aids can go almost anywhere, except for deep-sea diving.
  • A ReSound App with On-Call Support – The ReSound Smart 3D app lets you make adjustments on the go for a personalized hearing experience. If you need support, get connected to Highline Audiology by using the ReSound Assist Live feature.

Would You Like to Hear the Difference for Yourself?

If you’re curious about ReSound ONE hearing aids, the best thing to do is experience them firsthand.

Our expert audiologists will assess your hearing and make sure you have all the information you need before making a decision. When you’re discussing your hearing, we’re here to support you and provide our expert opinion.

At Highline Audiology & Hearing Aids, we have a zero-obligation callback policy. We want to give professional advice and answer your questions, however simple or complex they are.

You can click here to schedule a hearing assessment or check our location and hours by clicking here.

I hope that you found useful information to take away from this article about ReSound ONE hearing aids.

From everyone at Highline Audiology, take care.

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Lori Losey Lovato MA, FAAA, Audiologist

Lori is a lifelong resident of the Tri-Cities. She and her husband Anthony are proud to be raising their family here. She attended Washington State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in speech and hearing sciences and her master’s degree in audiology. Lori began practicing audiology in the Tri-Cities in 1993. During this time, she has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including private practice and ear, nose, and throat physicians’ offices. She has spent her career focused on assisting those with hearing difficulties through the use of hearing aids, listening strategies, assistive devices, and counseling. She is experienced in working with both adult and pediatric patients. It is important to Lori to develop close relationships with each and every patient, as she helps them develop better communication strategies to live a fuller life.

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