Reduce wind noise in hearing aids; improve sound localization – a new video from Dr. Cliff

M&RIE can reduce wind noise up to 19 decibels, making it possible to hear speech outside on a windy day.

In his latest YouTube video, Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Phoenix, discusses how the breakthrough technology of M&RIE (available in ReSound ONE) harnesses the power of the “Pinna Effect,” using the unique shape of your own ears to help you hear better.

What is M&RIE?

ReSound ONE is the first hearing aid to incorporate a Microphone & Receiver-In-Ear, or M&RIE.

With M&RIE, an additional microphone placed directly inside the ear canal captures sound using the natural acoustics of a person’s ears, the way nature intended.

Ideal for people with mild to moderate severe hearing loss, M&RIE provides people with all the benefits of a behind-the-hear hearing aid while gaining an unprecedented natural sound experience, greatly reduced wind noise, and a true ability to hear where sounds are coming from (sound localization/spatial perception).

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