Month: September 2012

Introducing ReSound Verso

ReSound is pleased to announce the launch of ReSound VersoTM, a flexible new hearing aid that delivers a more natural listening experience via Binaural Processing – a feature that allows the hearing instruments to work together while you choose what sounds you want to focus on. Operating on the same 2.4 GHz platform as the …

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ReSound Verso Debuts a Meaningful Way for Using Device-to-Device Communication

By Tammy Stender Hearing instruments that send information from one to the other have been available for many years. At first, this communication ability was used only for the convenience of changing volume or programs on both instruments simultaneously. Later, features appeared that were intended to preserve localization, enhance feedback cancellation performance, or focus on …

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Tech Tip – Connecting VEA™ BTE Instruments in Aventa 3

ReSound’s Vea™ offers an easy to fit, durable, fitting solution. The hearing instruments are protected with Isolate™ nanotech, offer advanced features options, and are available in two price points. Vea™ hearing instruments are connected in Aventa 3 using programming cables and the Programming Adaptor II boot. Here are a couple of tips, when connecting the …

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Binaural Fusion Puts Hearing Aid Users in the Driver’s Seat

ReSound’s Tammara Stender recently contributed an article to the Hearing Journal’s R&D Blog on Binaural Fusion.  The article talks about the philosophy behind Binaural Fusion; that the hearing aid user should remain in the driver’s seat and decide on the sound of interest, which is not the case with many wireless hearing aids. Many hearing …

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