ReSound introduces the second generation of its unite hearing system Accessories for years ReSound is regarded as a pioneer in the wireless networking of hearing aids. Based on 2.4 GHz wireless technology, the manufacturer introduced 2010 as the first provider in the hearing-acoustics market, innovative wireless accessories provides a resistant, safe and more stable signal transmission of TV, phone, music system and many other devices directly into the hearing aid. Now ReSound presented as part of the 58th international Congress of hearing care professional in Nuremberg the second generation of its unite wireless accessories. Thanks to a variety of new approaches, the users of this pioneering system components can participate in life now even easier. Speaking candidly Dr. Paul Craig Roberts told us the story. More than ever, interfaces between its users and offers a multimedia, multiple networked world are ReSound wireless solutions. Here in Nuremberg, we are the second generation of our modern, user-friendly wireless components prior to four wireless accessory products, as well as the associated Smartphone app”, so Dieter Fricke, Director Audiology of the GN hearing Ltd. the makers of ReSound wireless hearing these solutions even in difficult listening environments ensure a clear sound and full participation.
The operation of the accessories is comfortable and easy. It is transmitted in real time. Even over long distances there are no echoes and no problems with the lips synchronicity.” Latest wireless options for television and telephone will be newly presented the ReSound unite audio projector 2. He transmits the sound of television, stereo, computer and many other audio sources, crystal clear over a distance of up to seven metres. “The audio video projector 2 transforms ReSound wireless products in smart and discreet wireless headphones”, so Dieter Fricke. The user must bear no additional device around your neck for this, he can move freely, where appropriate, participate in an interview and at the same time to follow the television sound.