Resound Dot 20 Hearing Aids & Reviews
The Dot 20 is the middle level of technology in the Dot range. It is suitable for people who spend their time in moderate listening environments.
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This hearing aid has now been superseded. The aids available in Resound's newest range are the LiNX2 9, the LiNX2 7 and the LiNX2 5. If you are working to a budget and are looking for a more basic hearing aid you may want to look at the Enya 4, Enya 3 or Enya 2
The Dot 20 is the middle level of technology in the Dot range from ReSound. It is a tiny BTE (Behind the Ear) hearing aid designed for people with mild to profound hearing loss. The Dot 20 is suitable for people who spend their time in moderate listening environments.
- 17 Channels – Each channel processes a range of frequencies so the more channels you have, the more specifically it can be programmed to suit your hearing needs.
- Up to Four Programmes – This allows you to programme the hearing aid for different situations or environments e.g. Concerts, restaurants, and normal conversation.
- Surround Sound Processor - This processes the different frequencies to preserve the sound quality. It also has a built in wind noise control system.
- DFS (Digital Feedback Suppression – This removes the whistling noise that can sometimes occur.
- Noise Tracker II - This is a sophisticated system that helps to remove background noise leaving speech clearer.
- Onboard Analyzer II – This feature allows your audiologist to analyse the data from your hearing aid by logging the activity that takes place. The audiologist can then feed the data into a computer and review it.
- Softswitching – This feature detects levels of sound and speech then slowly adapts the microphones to ensure a continuous comfortable listening environment.
- MultiScope Adaptive Directionality - This refers to the microphone settings. Using this feature, your audiologist can programme the microphones to respond to different sounds and change the focus of the microphones accordingly.
In conclusion, the Dot 20 is for people looking for a highly cosmetic hearing aid who need help with moderate listening situations and environments. If budget is a concern then there is the Resound Dot 10 or for more advanced technology there is the Resound Dot 30. This technology has now been superseded so if you are looking for a faster processor and the option of wireless connectivity then you may want to try the Alera range. To view the complete Resound Dot Hearing Aids range click here.