If you think you might be interested in the ReSound Linx 3D hearing aid, speak to the friendly and informed team here at Allison Audiology. We will answer any questions you have and discuss what you need, alongside your budget. We will then get you booked in for a hearing screening with us; and you’ll be one happy step closer towards an easier life.
The main benefits of Resound Linx 3D Hearing Aids
When it comes to your health, there is no question that you deserve the best. You need a device that will make life easier, make you feel closer to family and friends, and let you be more connected with the world, both physically and digitally. Sound too tall an order?
The Linx 3D is ReSound’s most innovative and advanced hearing aid yet and is able to do just that.
Sounds impressive. Let’s talk numbers.
40 – Understand 40% more speech, even if there is noise around you. Background noise is a real issue for people with hearing loss. Imagine you’re at a noisy bar with friends and you’re really struggling to follow the conversation. What did they just say? Why is everyone laughing? Before you opt for the classic ‘laugh to join in’ option, consider that Linx 3D hearing aids are able to bring nearly half of that speech back for you. Now imagine the difference that would make.
80 – You’ll be able to hear 80% more sounds around you. Possibly sounds you have forgotten: the wind rustling in the trees, the birds singing in the trees, the kettle boiling or even the cat purring. These sounds make up some of the most pleasurable bits of life, and you can can get them back.
360 – Linx 3D offer a full 360 degree hearing experience, meaning you’ll be able to hear everything that is going on in front, behind and to both sides of you. No more fiddly adjustments or that odd head tilting that may make you look a little…strange. Simply relax and hear everything around you, seamlessly.
1,000,000 – is how many times better your life would be. Or maybe a billion. In fact, is it even possible to quantify how amazing it will feel to be fully part of communication again?