GN Hearing has introduced new ReSound LiNX Quattro, which is claimed to be the UK’s first premium-plus hearing solution for people with hearing loss.
ReSound LiNX Quattro is provided with new Layers of Sound technology that offers better sound experience, while an advanced cloud-based feature enables remote device fine-tuning.
ReSound LiNX Quattro is said to maximize full sound potential of current high-performance hearing aid components.
The new hearing solution offers highest input dynamic range and and extended high frequencies, enabling to process sounds in increased detail at all input levels.
With an integrated Li-ion battery, the ReSound LiNX Quattro is provided with the longest rechargeable battery life.
The ReSound LiNX Quattro also features new chip platform, which offers sixth generation of 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity.
The new chip platform, completely rewritten sound processing package, redesigned wireless radio with extra signal strength and advanced microphone enable to pass sounds to the amplifier without being altered.
GN Hearing UK managing director Paul Daft said: “ReSound LiNX Quattro is the perfect choice for people who want to upgrade to a new premium-plus class of hearing aids that deliver unprecedented Layers of Sound and the longest battery life available in stylish, discreet designs.
“Most importantly, the richer sound quality helps people hear better and be more present in their daily lives.
“Whether at a loud dinner party or business meeting in a quiet café, people can hear a fuller, clearer range of sounds, allowing them to focus on the conversation while still hearing the sounds around them.”
The ReSound Assist feature connects hearing aid users with their hearing care professionals through the ReSound Smart 3D app, enabling remote adjustment of their hearing aids without having to visit the clinic.
ReSound is claimed to be the first hearing aid brand to be made for Apple and pioneered the development of 2.4 GHz wireless technology.
Established in 1869, GN provides intelligent medical and consumer audio solutions, which are marketed under ReSound, Interton, Beltone, Jabra and BlueParrott brands in more than 100 countries.