The device will enable persons with hearing loss to hear even the smallest aspects of sound, together with comfort and easy connectivity to gadgets
GN Hearing, a Danish manufacturer of hearing aids and headsets, has launched a ReSound OMNIA, a new hearing aid technology to improve the interaction of people with the world.
According to the firm, ReSound OMNIA offers superior hearing than any previous ReSound hearing aid in noisy environments.
With 150% improvement in speech understanding, the device will enable persons with hearing loss to hear even the smallest aspects of sound, together with comfort and easy connectivity to gadgets.
ReSound OMNIA also improves the user’s perception of ‘own voice’, so it sounds natural that contributes to higher satisfaction, which in turn improves hearing aid retention.
Additionally, ReSound announced Check My Fit, a new, first-of-its-kind tool in the ReSound Smart3D App, for improved sound quality and comfort.
The device instructs customers on how to effectively wear their hearing aids by taking a brief ear selfie.
Check My Fit also works with other ReSound hearing aids to let individuals fully enjoy sound without making additional journeys to the audiologist.
GN Hearing CEO Gitte Aabo said: “At GN Hearing, we know that hearing in noise and hearing aid comfort are both critically important to hearing aid users.
“The new ReSound OMNIA hearing aids show what we can achieve when we put the needs of each individual user at the centre of our design process.
“We address the difficult challenges such as speech understanding in noise so that they can enjoy every conversational nuance.”
Through the improved connectivity of ReSound OMNIA, users can connect naturally and hear everything with the finest quality, whether they prefer to stream phone calls or music to their ears.
With the push of a button, users can make hands-free, crystal-clear phone calls using an iPhone or iPad, and they can stream directly from Android handsets, said the company.
The ReSound OMNIA hearing aids will be rolled out in a well-liked Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) form, beginning in the US and Canada on 25 August 2022.