Tag Archives: hearing aids

How It’s Made | The Development of a Hearing Aid

By Charlotte T. Jespersen, M.A. Hearing aid development is a complicated process that involves much more than simply putting a case around electrical components. The process involves a cross-disciplinary team of experts – including an audiologist, acoustician, electronics engineer, mechanical … Continue reading

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A Hearing Aid I Can Use With My iPhone? That’s Just the Beginning…

Mark Palmer is a 64-year-old businessman who has worn hearing aids for almost 20 years. He likely did some damage listening to loud music and chainsaws, along with spending time on manufacturing floors and around small airplanes. His situation is … Continue reading

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Pairing iOS Devices with ReSound LiNX Hearing Aids

By Mandi Chambless Over the past few weeks I have assisted with many a pairing of ReSound LiNX hearing aids to smart devices. It has been amazing to hear the excitement from the patients when they begin streaming to their … Continue reading

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WOW, This Could Be Really Big

And it is.  As we roll out ReSound LiNXTM, the feedback we’re getting is incredible. Bob Turney, Patient “I’m extremely pleased with the relationship you guys have developed with Apple on this. This is just going to make these things … Continue reading

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Hearing Aid Reliability and IP Ratings

Ingress Protection (IP) Ratings are used to define levels of sealing effectiveness of electrical enclosures against intrusion from foreign bodies (dust, dirt, etc) and moisture.  ReSound’s Jennifer Groth and Torben Groth were recently interviewed by AudiologyOnline.com about IP ratings and … Continue reading

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Tips for Getting to Know a New Hearing Aid

Over 500 million people worldwide suffer from hearing loss, whether due to aging or from long-term exposure to loud noises, many people develop a need for hearing aids. Hearing aids increase our ability to communicate and be active in the … Continue reading

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Lots of News on Hearing Aid Technologies

Anyone who likes to keep up on what’s going on in the world of hearing aid technology will be interested in the October issue of Hearing Review. Continue reading

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More Public Places Are Getting In The “Loop”

In May, we wrote a blog post about Thumper Johnson’s interactive dinner theater event. The event, which was designed to provide a “test drive” experience for participants, was a huge success for Thumper, resulting in quite a number of hearing instrument sales. Continue reading

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The Little Things We Take for Granted

They say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.  That is certainly true with the ability to hear. We hear so often from hearing care professionals and patients how wonderful it is to hear the birds sing or … Continue reading

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Benefits of Being “In The Loop”

Retired attorney, Christine Klessig, began wearing hearing aids 25 years ago and was recently fit with ReSound hearing instruments and wireless accessories. Despite wearing hearing aids for more than a third of her life, it wasn’t until 5 years ago … Continue reading

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