NEW ReSound One Hearing Aid with New M&RIE Receiver

ReSound recently came out with their newest model hearing aid, the ReSound One. They have also innovated a new receiver (the wire running from the hearing aid into the ear), which has drawn attention from patients and audiologists alike! 

Introducing, the M&RIE! This Microphone & Receiver in Ear technology is the first of its kind. This receiver includes an additional microphone that sits at the entrance of the ear canal to deliver the most natural sound quality that hearing aids can provide.  

While hearing aids have had quite a few technological advances recently, many patients still struggle with localization of sound. Not only does this new hearing aid utilize the traditional microphones atop the hearing aid, but now it can also optimize sound quality from sound sources on either side of the patient! For instance, with the M&RIE, you will not only just hear dogs barking, but you can tell which direction the dogs are coming from! The new M&RIE by ReSound aims to eliminate that frustration from patients! 

This technology is so new, that just a handful of our patients at Gardner Audiology have tried it out so far. We have gotten great feedback so far, but stay tuned for a more detailed review! 

If you live in the Tampa Bay area and are interested in learning more about the ReSound One and M&RIE receiver, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email to schedule an appointment In Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, or Marion counties, Florida 

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