ReSound Hearing Aids

For those with hearing challenges, enjoying a richer, more active, and fulfilling lifestyle comes from rediscovering their hearing. Helping their clients achieve these objectives has been the basis of the innovations included in ReSound hearing aids since their founding in 1943.

A subsidiary of the GN Group, a global leader in intelligent audio solutions, ReSound plays a key role in the research and development of medical, professional, and consumer audio solutions, as well as the manufacturing and distribution of med-tech, hearables, and intelligent audio products. Today, individuals from 80 countries worldwide have access to ReSound hearing aids, making them a world leader in hearing aid manufacturing.

ReSound’s release of the first open-standard digital chip in 1992 led to the programming flexibility and open fit design of ReSound AIR, which was first available in 2003. AIR helped limit the discomfort of a plugged ear canal and facilitated more natural sound for hearing aid wearers.

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ReSound Advanced Technology Solutions

Hearing aids built by ReSound are smaller, lighter, and allow for greater wearing discretion due to the use of innovative micro-digital technology, which improves sound quality, clarity, and higher-level processing performance.

Included in their hearing instruments are Wide Dynamic Range Compression (WDRC) and Digital Feedback Suppression (DFS),which help improve sound input intensities and resolve howling (feedback) and distortion issues for a more comfortable hearing experience.

With ReSound’s Bluetooth (2.4 GHz) technology it is possible to connect your hearing aids to your iPhone or Android device, which provides you with the capacity to adjust your hearing experience using and enhance sound quality while also allowing for remote assistance from your hearing care provider when used with the Remote Assist app, provided by ReSound.

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Patient-Focused Hearing Care for Northeast Oregon

Audiology and Hearing Aids Associates have plenty of advanced technology solutions, like ReSound hearing aids, to address your hearing care needs, but they can never replace you as the primary focus of the personalized hearing care our audiologists provide.

Starting with a comprehensive hearing assessment to zero in on the type and severity of your hearing loss, our hearing aid technicians are able to help you select the hearing instrument that best addresses your unique hearing challenges while working to accommodate your personal and budget preferences.

Residents throughout Northeast Oregon can enjoy better hearing as well as a more active and independent lifestyle thanks to the services we provide in our La Grande, OR hearing clinic, like ongoing technical support, device maintenance, and hearing aid repair for devices from manufacturers like ReSound, Signia, Starkey, and more.

If you, or a loved one, might benefit from hearing aids or you need help from one of our hearing instrument specialists, contact our A&HAA clinic using the adjacent form.

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It’s often the unknown that holds us back from making a decision, but with your hearing healthcare as our number one priority, we have a member of our expert team on hand to help.

If you have a question or a concern that is causing you or a loved one from making a positive step towards healthy hearing, then we would love to help.

Simply complete the form and we’ll call you back when we have availability.

Don’t want to wait? Call us at: (541) 612-7555

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With hearing loss impacting 1 in 5 of us, the data suggests that at least one special person in our lives are struggling with hearing loss. The challenge is that it's often difficult for these people to admit that they have a challenge with their hearing or be open to seeking help.

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