Written by Paul Harrison
In September 2012, Resound launched their new range of hearing aids known as the Verso. These hearing aids are available in 2 technology levels, the Resound Verso 9 Hearing Aids and Resound Verso 7 Hearing Aids. They come in a choice of styles from very small custom in the ear models to a wide range of behind the ear models. These styles include
The Verso has retained all the excellent features from Resounds previous Alera range and has added some new technology as well. The Verso range now offers Binaural Fusion, which is a feature that allows your hearing aids to actually communicate with each other and share information to give you a better listening experience. This technology means that your hearing aids can give an even better quality of hearing with advanced noise suppression and feedback management.
Along with the new Binaural fusion technology, the Verso range of hearing aids contain a wide range of excellent features, all designed to ensure you get the most out of your hearing devices.
The Verso range of hearing aids are also equipped with iSolate Nanotech. This is an innovative new process from Resound that involves using nanotechnology to apply a highly waterproof coating to your hearing aid. This can help to prolong the life of the hearing aid by protecting it from substances such as earwax or water.
Many of these hearing aids have wireless capability and as an added bonus, Resound hearing aids do not require an additional neck loop to be worn in order to receive the signal. It is beamed directly from your TV streamer or other accessory to the hearing aids. Resound’s range of accessories include:
In conclusion, Resound Verso hearing aids cover the full range of styles so it would cater for almost all hearing losses. It has wireless technology on most models which don’t require an additional streamer to be worn about your person. With their new binaural technology, these hearing aids provide an advanced listening experience.
the Verso 9 has all the features of the Alera 9 but offers something new as well. Binaural Fusion allows your hearing aids to communicate with each other to give you a better listening experience.
The Verso 7 is the full range of hearing aids so it would cater for almost all hearing losses. It has wireless technology in most models which don’t require an additional streamer to be worn.