Monthly Archives: March 2014

ReSound LiNX In The Media

Since the launch of our smartest hearing aid, ReSound LiNX, on February 24, we’ve received an outstanding response to the new technology. Audiologists and wearers alike are crazy about LiNX. Even Jimmy Fallon talked about hearing aid/iPhone integration on The … Continue reading

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Private Practice Spotlight: Audio Recovery

Congratulations to Audio Recovery in Oklahoma City, a ReSound partner celebrating 30 years in private practice. Audio Recovery was founded on August 8th, 1984, by Dr. Hough, a world-renowned ear surgeon who wanted to better serve and assure quality care … Continue reading

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Which noise preset is best for my tinnitus patient?

By Michael Piskosz In recent years there has been substantial growth in hearing aid-tinnitus combination instruments options for patients suffering from tinnitus.  This has led many clinicians asking the question, ‘What sounds are best for my patient(s)?’  The quick answer … Continue reading

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Maintaining Pairings of LiNX Instruments at Follow-Ups

Note (8/26/2014): Recent updates to the Aventa software eliminate the need to maintain pairings at follow-up appointments. By Mandi Chambless When reconnecting LiNX hearing aids to the Aventa software to make adjustments at your patient’s follow up, it is important … Continue reading

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Tech Tip | Replacing One Hearing Instrument of a Binaural Fit when Connecting only the Replacement Instrument

In Aventa, our latest version of fitting software, there is a connection scenario that requires a cabled setup. When an initial binaural fit has occurred, and one of the original instruments is replaced while the other original instrument is … Continue reading

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ReSound Donates Hearing Aids to Malawi Mission Trip

Hearing for Humanity is a program at Arizona State University with the mission of providing sustainable humanitarian audiological and rehabilitative services in Malawi, Africa. In June 2013, Hearing for Humanity returned to Malawi for the 3rd time to provide humanitarian … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Stigma of Hearing Loss One Hearing Aid at a Time

More than 36 million Americans experience some form of hearing loss, according to the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. But only 1 in 5 people that could benefit from a hearing aid actually wear one. Despite the … Continue reading

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