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Remote Microphone Hearing Instrument Technology

ReSound’s Jennifer Groth and Stephen Hallenbeck recently contributed an article to AudiologyOnline entitled “Evidence-based Design Leads to Remote Microphone Hearing Instrument Technology”.  This article discusses the underlying principles that guided the design process of Remote Microphone hearing instrumentation at ReSound. 241 more words

Hearing Aids

Product Announcement - Mini BTE and Custom Products

We’re pleased to announce that we’re adding two new products to the Alera® line of hearing aids:

  • Mini BTE 67
  • Non-Wireless Custom

The Mini BTE 67 is small and discrete with all the capabilities of the ReSound Alera® family including 2.4GHz wireless connectivity options. 130 more words

Hearing Aids

Remote Microphone & Wind Noise Reduction

By Stephen Hallenbeck, Au.D

Hearing aid microphones are susceptible to receiving wind fluctuations and amplifying them as they would any other sound pressure fluctuation, which is why wind noise continues to be a problem.  146 more words

Technology Innovation

Remote Microphone Technology

By Stephen Hallenbeck, Au.D

This week, I’ll be posting a number of blog posts about the science behind Remote Microphone Technology and the patient benefits in terms of localization, directivity and wind noise reduction. 301 more words

Technology Innovation

Introducing WindGuard - Superior Wind Noise Protection

ReSound has developed a new technology for wind noise protection.  WindGuard, which will be available in the Fall, is a dual-microphone signal processing technology designed to effectively reduce the level of wind noise in hearing devices. 119 more words

Noise & Feedback