Monthly Archives: October 2012

Momentum for unique custom offerings from ReSound

By Jennifer Groth Approximately 70% of hearing instruments sold in the US are BTEs, and a high proportion of these are open fit RIE or mini BTE fit with thin tubes. This is a complete reversal of the distribution between … Continue reading

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Verso Flight Mode Update

The flight mode functionality was changed from Alera to Verso to prevent patients from accidentally placing the instrument in flight mode. These instructions will help provide additional detail about getting Verso instruments out of flight mode. Updated User Guide instructions … Continue reading

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Aventa 3.4 Will Always Use The Newest Audiogram

Aventa 3.4 will always use the newest audiogram. This may be either on the hearing instrument, or in Noah. If you want to use the audiogram in Noah, below are steps to update its date/time stamp, to ensure that Aventa … Continue reading

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Receiver and Domes FAQ

Can the new S and HP2 receivers be used on Alera RIEs? Although ReSound Alera was not designed to use the new S receiver and HP2 receiver, we recognize that professionals will still try to fit these new receivers on … Continue reading

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ReSound Verso – A Technicolor Symphony

Blogger and Author, Shanna Groves, had been lipreading her children for years. Other hearing aids had not been able to address her progressive hearing loss, which worsened earlier this year.  She couldn’t hear her children unless they screamed at her; … Continue reading

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Cost Effective Priorities for a Practice

For a young hearing practice, marketing costs can be overwhelming but necessary.  Here are our tips for prioritizing marketing activities to get the most impact for your money.  Our approach is to go for the “low-hanging fruit” first. 1st Priorities … Continue reading

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So, What Took You So Long?

It was during a hotel stay that Judy Smith realized that she was hearing impaired.  She picked up the phone in her hotel room and buzzed the front desk.  “There were tiny scratchy-sounding noises on the other end but no … Continue reading

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