ReSound is a supplier of hearing instruments (hearing aids). Headquartered in Ballerup, Denmark, ReSound is part of The GN ReSound Group, one of the world’s largest providers of hearing instruments and diagnostic audiological instrumentation which in turn is part of GN Store Nord.

Starting in 1943, ReSound has been responsible for a number of hearing industry firsts: WDRC (Wide Dynamic Range Compression) a sound processing system; DFS (Digital Feedback Suppression), the first system to effectively eliminate howling and sound distortion; the world’s first open-standard digital chip; and the introduction of ResoundAIR, a new type of hearing instrument that provided more natural sound without the discomfort associated with plugging the ear canal.

In January 2008, ReSound launched the world's smallest hearing instrument, dot by ReSound, which is hardly noticable on the ear. ReSound is represented in nearly every country on every continent.

External links

* [ Official website]
* [ dot by ReSound hearing instrument]
* [ - Information about hearing loss]

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