This year at CES 2016 ReSound had the opportunity to meet with reporters from global news outlets including Consumer Reports Health Editor Sue Byrne and Ed Cara from Medical Daily.
When Consumer Reports Health Editor Sue Byrne tried on ReSound LiNX2 she said, “for someone like me with no hearing loss, it was like having super hearing.” Byrne tested out the hearing aids and the ReSound Smart app while attending CES 2016. Even in a bustling convention atmosphere, she was able to hear the people speaking in front of her without being distracted by the chatter around her. Chief Audiology Officer, Laurel Christensen, spoke to Byrne about the personalized control saying, “This [ReSound Smart] app gives the user more control and more opportunity to be successful in getting the most out of a hearing aid.” To read the full article, click here.
ReSound was also proud to see ReSound LiNX2 as one of Medical Daily’s standout assistive technologies from CES 2016. Science writer Ed Cara says ReSound’s “latest line of “hearables” may very well represent the best technology of its kind on the market.” Additionally, Chief Audiology Officer, Laurel Christensen, says, “These are not your grandfather’s hearing aids. These are teeny-tiny, discreet devices, they don’t whistle anymore, and they’re well-fit.” To read the full article, click here.