ReSound Hearing Aids

The company’s first hearing aid was released in 1947 under their original name, Danavox. After the acquisition of Danavox in 1977 by GN Store Nord, who also owns Beltone, the hearing aid manufacturer started producing hearing aids using the ReSound trademark, releasing their first hearing aid with digital processing in 1992.

Within GN Group, a leader in the worldwide distribution of hearing aids in 80 countries around the globe, ReSound works as an innovation leader, doing research and development related to medical, professional, and consumer audio products as well as helping to guide the manufacturing and distribution of various med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio products.

ReSound’s guiding philosophy—“Rediscovering your hearing leads to a richer, more active and fulfilling lifestyle”—reflects the company’s commitment to delivering advanced hearing care solutions to their hearing aid users.

The ReSound AIR (2003) open-fit design, developed from the company’s open-standard digital chip technology, improved programming flexibility and delivered more natural sound while limiting the discomfort of a plugged ear canal.

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Processing Technology by ReSound

To keep nature and science in balance, ReSound developed the concept of Organic Hearing, which mimics how sounds are naturally collected and delivered to your brain and is designed to work with the unique anatomy of your ear.

Developed from the concept of Organic Hearing, technologies like Digital Feedback Suppression (DFS),which eliminates issues with feedback (howling) and distortion, and Wide Dynamic Range Compression (WDRC), which allows users to select the sounds they want to hear and tone down the ones they don’t, help ReSound hearing aids deliver a whole, natural sound picture, allowing your hearing aids to fit your lifestyle.

A ReSound Hearing Aid Model

Features of ReSound Hearing Aids

  • Easy adjustments to adapt to challenging and fluid listening environments
  • Open-fit delivery eliminates wind noise for more natural sound
  • Noise-dampening technology improves speech clarity in environments with background noise or multiple speakers
  • Quick battery charging for up to three days of hearing aid use
  • Connectivity with iPhone, Android, or other digital devices
  • Bluetooth technology for music and audio streaming and sound therapy
  • Remote Assist app allows users to communicate directly with the manufacturer and/or hearing care provider for troubleshooting, programming support, or counseling from anywhere an internet connection is available

West Coast Hearing and Balance Center’s Patient-Focused Hearing Care

Many people believe that better hearing is all about the technology you use to address your hearing challenges. In reality, advanced prescription hearing aids from ReSound are tools we use to improve your hearing, but the more important part of achieving a lifetime of better hearing is partnering with the right team of audiologists.

For over 20 years, West Coast Hearing and Balance Center has partnered with thousands of individuals in Oxnard, CA, and nearby communities to offer the highest level of hearing healthcare, with meticulous best practices to accurately diagnose their hearing challenges as well as start an ongoing journey that includes better hearing, reconnecting with loved ones, and enjoying a more active and independent lifestyle.

Providing each patient with the best possible outcomes to address their unique hearing needs, preferences, and lifestyle has helped us earn the trust of individuals, organizations, and physicians throughout Ventura County. By partnering with major hearing aid manufacturers like ReSound, Rexton, Signia, Sivantos, and more, we’re able to provide our patients with a variety of hearing technology solutions from which to choose.

If advanced technology hearing aids are the best solution to overcome your hearing challenges and help you achieve better hearing, use the adjacent form to contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our hearing aid experts in the Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Oxnard, or Camarillo, CA, center nearest you.

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If you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, then the first step is to schedule a comprehensive hearing assessment.

A hearing assessment at West Coast Hearing and Balance Center is quick, non-invasive and we’ll be able to share the results with you immediately.

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