Here And Now
ReSound ONE â€“ Hearing Like Never Before
Your hearing is unique, just like your fingerprint. With the ReSound ONE hearing aid you can experience a more natural and complete sound, using your own ears to deliver it.
There ReSound ONE has several incredible features and is designed to meet your individual needs.
This one-of-a-kind hearing aid enriches you’re the sound in your daily environments using a microphone and receiver in ear design. The M&RIE is a revolutionary innovation that uses the anatomy of your ears to organically collect sound the way nature intended. Standard receiver in ear hearing aids position the microphones on top of the main body of the aid, resulting in sounds being collected behind your ears and channelled into your ear canal. The ReSound ONE M&RIE hearing aids have an extra microphone placed within a receiver in your ear. Combined, they utilise the shape of your pinna to collect sound in your ear. An additional 2 microphones on the top of the aids collect sound around you providing a full hearing experience.
As with many modern hearing aids, the technology allows the wearer to connect to multiple devices such as phones, tablets and TV’s using an app. Using the app you an enjoy everyday sounds directly to your hearing aids and stay connected to all the things you enjoy in life.
The ReSound ONE aids are rechargeable, so no need to keep buying and changing batteries. The stylish powerbank provides up to 3 days charge on the go. Once inserted into the charging case, the LED lights will indicate the battery life of both hearing aids and the charging case. Using the app, you can receive notifications when your hearing aid batteries are running low and track the progress of the charge.
Hearing aid technology has improved greatly over the years, and the ReSound ONE is one of the leading hearing aids.
As an independent audiologists, The Ear Place has access to many different hearing aid brands. To discuss hearing aids to suit your needs contact our audiologists today.
17 Jan 2024
What is Tinnitus? Understanding the Ringing in Your Ears
Tinnitus, often described as a ringing, buzzing, or humming sound in the ears without any external source, affects millions worldwide. While commonly referred to as a condition, tinnitus is more accurately a symptom of an underlying issue rather than a disease in itself. Understanding its causes, effects, and management can significantly improve the quality of life for those experiencing it.
6 Dec 2023
Winter Ear Care Tips 2024
As we revel in the festive season it's crucial not to overlook the care of one of our most vital senses: hearing. Christmas time brings with it a plethora of sounds, from carolers singing sweet melodies to the crackling of fireplace logs and the laughter of loved ones. Ensuring optimal ear health during this time is essential for fully enjoying these auditory delights.
23 Nov 2023
Exploring the Connection Between Cognitive Decline and Hearing Loss
Studies have consistently shown a correlation between hearing loss and cognitive decline, with many researchers now positing a causal relationship. The link between the two can be explained through various mechanisms, shedding light on the complex interplay between auditory perception and cognitive function.
16 Nov 2023
Breaking the Silence: Understanding the Stigma Surrounding Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids
Hearing loss affects millions of people worldwide, with 12.1 million people in the U.K also having hearing loss. Yet a pervasive stigma surrounds this common condition and the use of hearing aids. This stigma, rooted in misconceptions and societal attitudes, often leads individuals to delay seeking help and adopting assistive devices. Understanding the reasons behind the stigma is essential for fostering a more inclusive and supportive environment for those with hearing loss.
18 Oct 2023
Protecting Your Ears: Essential Tips for Autumn and Winter in the UK
As autumn leaves fall and winter approaches in the United Kingdom, it's not just your skin that needs extra care. Your ears, often overlooked, are equally susceptible to the harsh weather conditions that these seasons bring. Here are some essential tips for keeping your ears safe during autumn and winter.
25 Sep 2023
The Sound of Good Health: A Comprehensive Guide to Ear Care
When it comes to health and well-being, it's easy to overlook the importance of ear care. The truth is, our ears play a vital role in our day-to-day lives, and neglecting them can lead to a host of problems. In the United Kingdom, a growing number of individuals are realizing the significance of proper ear care and taking steps to protect their hearing.