Monthly Archives: July 2014

Broaden Your Possibilities (and Your Fitting Range) with the ReSound LiNX Ultra Power Receiver

By Mandi Chambless ReSound LiNX is much more than a Made for iPhone® hearing aid. Sure, the streaming quality is fantastic and the iPhone capabilities open up a whole new world for end users, but don’t forget that thanks to … Continue reading

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Industry News Round-Up | Hearing in 3-D

To keep you on top of the latest and greatest audiology news, we’ve rounded-up a Top 5 list of audiology topics in the news this month.  Did you know that baby boomers are seeking help for hearing loss at a … Continue reading

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Top 10 Benefits of ReSound LiNX

Okay, you get it – ReSound LiNX is the world’s smartest hearing aid. And, it’s cool because it’s Made for iPhone (MFi). But even if you don’t have an iPhone, ReSound LiNX is just a really great hearing aid. Beyond … Continue reading

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Au.D Insights | Tammara Stender

Tammara (Tammy) Stender, Au.D, CCC-A, is a Principal Audiologist within the ReSound Global Audiology team. She works mainly on written materials for audiologists and end users to communicate how ReSound products work. Tammy first joined ReSound in 2003 after serving … Continue reading

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ReSound in the News | Its first job is to help people with hearing loss

ReSound recently attended the CE Week Conference & Exhibit in New York, which showcased many innovative new products and technologies. During the conference, ReSound’s Vice President of Marketing, Mike Fryar, chatted with Geek Beat TV about the world’s smartest hearing … Continue reading

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Independence Day Fireworks | Remember to Protect Your Ears

With Independence Day celebrations kicking off tonight, remember to take steps to protect you and your family’s hearing from the damaging effects of fireworks. Did you know that the single bang of a firecracker at close range can permanently damage your … Continue reading

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