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ReSound GN has been helping people manage their hearing loss since 1943 and today offers some of the most technologically advanced and customizable hearwear on the market. ReSound’s sound isolation and noise reduction technologies make this brand one of the top choices in high-end hearing technology. Each ReSound hearing aid comes in various colors and styles with fit options for almost any user.

ReSound’s live support app, ReSound Smart Fit, leverages telehealth connectivity to provide users with a more exact fit and readily available support. ReSound also offers two rechargeable hearing aid options, and all ReSound hearing aids are Bluetooth-enabled. While ReSound doesn’t advertise its prices online, consumers should expect to pay up to $1,000 per ear with authorized dealers for the cutting-edge technologies and premium customizability offered by ReSound GN hearing aids.

What You Should Know About ReSound GN Hearing Aids

  • Wide variety of hearing aid models and styles: ReSound offers a wide range of hearing aid devices ranging from rechargeable types to aids with small and discreet designs. The company also makes both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear styles, so you’re sure to find one that best fits your needs.
  • Excellent smartphone compatibility: ReSound was one of the first companies to produce “Made-for-iPhone” hearing aids, turning your devices from mainly for amplification to bonafide electronic products that you can use for streaming, phone calls, etc.
  • Required audiologist appointment: Unlike direct-to-consumer brands, ReSound GN doesn’t sell hearing aids directly to customers. Thus, you’ll have to find an audiologist or a hearing expert in your area. The company guides you every step of the way if you need hearing aids.
  • Top-notch telehealth support: ReSound GN offers a painless way to request assistance from your hearing care specialist through its various smartphone apps. For instance, you can use the ReSound Assist feature to ask for remote adjustments that are saved directly to your hearing aids.
  • Expensive products: ReSound GN hearing aids may not be for you if you have a tight budget. The average cost of ReSound devices ranges from $3,000 to $6,500 per pair. However, depending on the retailer or provider, you may receive options for financing.

ReSound GN Audiologist Safety Score worked with two expert audiologists to research and evaluate popular hearing aid brands for safety. The resulting Safety Scores are calculated using a system of three core metrics and 11 subcategories covering access to professional care, accuracy of the brands’ hearing tests, and more. You can find a detailed explanation of’s Hearing Aid Safety Scores by reading our Methodology.

ReSound Hearing Aid Safety Score:

Hearing Test & Consultation:
Hearing tests and consultations for ReSound hearing aids are conducted in person by licensed hearing healthcare professionals.

Fitting & Follow-Up Care:
ReSound hearing aids are always programmed by a licensed professional and typically include access to both in-person and remote follow-up care. Patients can visit clinics in person for real-time device repairs and adjustments.

Device Safety:
Meets industry standards for device safety, including safe decibel limiting.

ReSound GN’s Hearing Aid Models

LiNX Quatro
Enzo Q
ReSound ONE
Fit Type
61: RIE
62: RIE
Custom Options: CIC, ITE & MIH, BTE
88: BTE
98: BTE
M&RIE (microphone and receiver-in-ear), BTE
Battery Size/Life
Built-in or 13
13 or 675
Rechargeable, 312, or 13
Some models
Some models
Bluetooth (Wireless) Enabled
Wind Reduction
Noise Reduction
Feedback Reduction
Auto Adjusts to Changing Environments
Physical Volume Button
Tinnitus Therapy

ReSound GN’s Hearing Aid Models

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LiNX Quattro

ReSound’s LiNX Quattro is the brand’s premier hearing aid, a feature-rich model with updated computing and sound isolation capabilities and a long-lasting battery. With a dynamic range of 116 dB SPL and an expanded bandwidth frequency of 9.5 kHz, the LiNX Quattro features ReSound GN’s clearest and richest sound profile. This model comes in multiple customizable styles, including a highly discreet MIH (Mic-in-Helix) design that provides industry-best sound localization, enhanced speech recognition, and better wind noise reduction.

The LiNX Quattro 61 model features built-in, rechargeable batteries lasting from 20 to 30 hours after just three hours of charging. This rechargeable model comes with ReSound’s portable charging case.

LiNX Quattro Highlights

  • Device Type: RIE, BTE, CIC, ITE & MIH
  • Battery Types: Lithium-ion, 312, 13, 10A
  • Standout Features: Direct streaming from iOS and Android devices
  • Custom Programming: 4 programs via ReSound Smart 3D app
  • Cost: $3,198-$4,598 per pair, depending on model and technology level

Pros and Cons of LiNX Quattro


  • Fuller and richer sound quality
  • Direct streaming on both iOS and Android
  • Remote adjustments via the ReSound apps
  • Up to 30 hours battery life


  • Expensive price
  • No direct sales


ReSound’s LiNX 3D features optimal speech recognition in almost any sound environment. Thanks to ReSound’s Spatial Sense and Binaural Directionality III technologies, users can hear 360 degrees of sound without repositioning their bodies, even in noisy areas. In addition, the 3D noise reduction enables wearers to identify the source of the sounds around them more clearly. The LiNX 3D also functions as a wireless headphone by streaming from essentially any audio device directly to the hearing aid. This model features Made for Apple functionality and, with the purchase of an additional accessory, Android users can also stream directly from their smartphones.

There are four LiNX 3D behind-the-ear models and a receiver-in-ear model, and each style comes in six custom fit options. Seniors who own a smartphone and want more control of their LiNX 3D hearing aid(s) can use ReSound’s Smart 3D app.

LiNX 3D Highlights

  • Device Type: IIC, CIC, MIH, ITC/HS/FS
  • Battery Types: 312, 13, 10A
  • Standout Features: Binaural Directionality III and Spatial Sense
  • Custom Programming: 4 programs via ReSound Smart 3D app
  • Cost: $2,400-$3,200 per pair, depending on model and technology level

Pros and Cons of LiNX 3D:


  • Binaural Directionality III technology to help you focus on more important sounds
  • Spatial Sense to help you detect where the sounds are coming from
  • Improves comfort in noisy listening environments
  • Programmable customized tinnitus therapy sounds


  • Direct streaming only available to iOS devices
  • No rechargeable capabilities

Enzo 3D

ReSound’s Enzo 3D is one of the smallest hearing aids available for people with severe to profound hearing loss and is equipped with a more complete feature set than its sister model, the Enzo2. The Enzo 3D uses ReSound’s Binaural Directionality III to give users a better sense of where sounds are coming from and delivers some of the best amplification in the industry as well as advanced feedback reduction. Users of this model get the benefit of Made for Apple functionality and the ability to stream sound directly from an Android smartphone using a separately sold ReSound Phone Clip+.

Enzo 3D is available in two behind-the-ear models. The BTE 98 is ReSound’s ‘super powered’ model which features 12 days of battery life, even when streaming for up to four hours each day. Both the BTE 98 and the high-powered BTE 88 are both available in 10 colors.

Enzo 3D Highlights

  • Device Type: BTE
  • Battery Types: 675, 13
  • Standout Features: Superior sound quality with ReSound Smart Hearing technology
  • Custom Programming: 4 programs via ReSound Smart 3D app
  • Cost: $1,900 per ear, or $3,800 per pair

Pros and Cons of Enzo 3D:


  • Excellent sound clarity
  • Better speech understanding with Binaural Directionality III
  • Seamless streaming with iOS devices
  • 12 days of battery life


  • Android streaming requires an additional accessory
  • No rechargeable capabilities

Buying Hearing Aids from ReSound GN

ReSound hearing aids are primarily sold via local audiologists or hearing care professionals. The quickest way to find a hearing care professional in your area is to use ReSound’s Find a Professional page. All you have to do is fill out the form, and a ReSound Consumer Support Team representative will contact you with a referral to a local professional in your area within three days.

Then, you can call your local audiologist to confirm if they’re comfortable working with ReSound. The next step is to visit the local audiologist’s office for a hearing test. Unless you have a recent hearing test, the audiologist will have to perform the test before setting up your ReSound hearing aids.

Once the results are in, and it is determined you have a hearing loss, the specialist will inform you if it’s treatable by wearing hearing aids and decide which type will fit you best. When you purchase a ReSound hearing aid, the hearing care specialist will program the hearing aid based on your test results and personal sound profile.

For payment, your local audiologist might offer you payment options, including financing and credit options. Depending on your coverage, you may also receive benefits from your health insurance provider. Overall, your local audiologist can provide you with details about payment options or if there’s assistance available.

For after-sale support, customers can use the ReSound Assist, accessed via the Smart 3D app, for live face-to-face video appointments with their hearing specialist – without leaving the comfort of home. Moreover, you may also request for remote fine-tuning through the app to ensure a consistent, optimal listening experience.

ReSound GN Mobile App and Accessories

ReSound GN’s Hearing Aid Apps

ReSound Smart 3D and Smart Apps

With both the Smart 3D and Smart app, users can adjust their volume, mute their hearing aid(s), and use the sound enhancer to control tones, noise levels, speech focus, wind noise levels, and tinnitus settings. Consumers can also use either app to get in touch with their hearing care professional for help or to locate a lost hearing aid.

The Smart 3D app is compatible with the ReSound LiNX Quattro, LiNX 3D, and Enzo 3D hearing aids. The ReSound Smart app is compatible with the LiNX2 and Enzo2.

ReSound Relief

Tinnitus sufferers can use the ReSound Relief app to relieve tinnitus symptoms. Using the app, users are able to:

  • Create their soundscapes
  • Balance sounds between ears
  • Use a timer to play soothing sounds to help them fall asleep
  • Listen to exercises to train the brain to focus less on tinnitus
  • Manage sound therapy files
  • Track their app usage to learn which sounds work best for them.

The app will work with ReSound’s wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-compatible or wired headphones, earbuds, or speakers.

ReSound Control

Hearing aid users who want to adjust their device discreetly can do so with the ReSound Control app. The app allows users to adjust volume levels for a variety of environments as well as for streaming devices. They will also be able to mute sound, change and rename programs, and activate streaming devices. For Android smartphone owners, the ReSound Phone Clip+ is required to use the Control app.

ReSound hearing aids compatible with this app include LiNX 3D, LiNX2, Enzo 3D and Enzo2.

ReSound GN’s Accessories


The Micro Mic and Multi Mic help ReSound hearing aid wearers more clearly hear the group and one-on-one conversations. Wearers can listen from a distance of up to 80 feet, provided there is a clear line of sight. During group conversations, the wearer will place the microphone in a horizontal position on a table. If conversing with one person, the speaker should clip the microphone in a vertical position on their clothing so that the hearing impaired can hear them clearly.

The Micro Mic picks up sound from all directions. The Multi Mic connects to the loop and FM systems with an FM receiver to allow audio streaming. Plus, the Multi Mic also streams audio from devices equipped with a standard headphone jack.

The Phone Clip+

While Apple users can stream from their devices directly to a ReSound hearing aid, Android smartphone users can purchase the ReSound Phone Clip+ to stream phone calls from their Bluetooth-enabled mobile or smartphone. By doing so, users can hear phone conversations in both quiet and noisy environments. The Phone Clip+ also streams audio from the ReSound TV Streamer 2. In fact, if the hearing aid wearer is streaming audio from their television using the TV Streamer 2 and receives a phone call, the phone’s ringtone will override the audio from the TV so that the wearer can take or ignore the incoming call.

The TV Streamer 2

With the TV Streamer 2, seniors can use their hearing aids just like wireless headphones. Audio from the television will come through crystal clear from as far as 22 feet away. When friends and family want to enjoy a film together, the TV Streamer 2 enables users to watch at whatever volume level they prefer without it being too loud for everyone else. The TV Streamer 2 also works with stereos and computers. 

Remote Control 2

Rather than having to fumble with small buttons on a hearing aid, ReSound hearing aid users can purchase the ReSound Remote Control 2 for its larger and more visible buttons. With this remote, wearers can adjust the volume on their hearing aid(s), switch between programs, tune out loud background noise by muting and activate the ReSound TV Streamer 2 to control its volume. The Remote Control 2 is small enough to fit easily inside a purse or pocket.

ReSound GN Hearing Aid Warranties and Repairs


ReSound GN’s warranty will only cover hearing aids purchased from an authorized retailer and only covers defects caused by the manufacturer. The warranty period will be from one to four years depending on the model purchased, and retailers have the option to offer additional warranty coverage. Remember that the typical lifespan of hearing aids is five years, so it’s worth inquiring if extended warranty is available. Consumers who believe their hearing aid(s) may be defective should contact the retailer from whom their hearing aids were purchased.


ReSound’s warranty applies to any defects in materials or workmanship. You can contact your hearing care professional for assistance if your hearing device needs a repair service. According to the company, only qualified technicians can perform repairs on ReSound hearing instruments, or you risk voiding your warranty. In addition, any attempts to open your hearing aid case will invalidate the warranty.

On a related note, only devices purchased through authorized distributors are eligible for service or repair, as per ReSound GN’s Product Warranty Statement.

Frequently Asked Questions About ReSound GN Hearing Aids

What company makes ReSound hearing aids?

ReSound is part of the GN Group, a global company headquartered in Ballerup, Denmark. GN specializes in creating intelligent solutions to hearing, audio, video, and gaming technology. On a related note, GN Group also owns Jabra, known for its high-tech wireless earbuds and headsets.

Where can I purchase ReSound hearing aids?

Unfortunately, ReSound doesn’t directly sell its hearing aids to consumers. You’ll have to call and visit your local audiologist or hearing care professional to purchase a ReSound hearing aid. You may also see the ReSound ‘Find a Professional’ page or call (888) 735-4327 to find a local hearing specialist in your area that distributes ReSound devices.

Can I wear ReSound hearing aids in the shower?

No. Most commercial hearing aids are moisture-resistant but not waterproof, including ReSound products. ReSound hearing aids can withstand a few raindrops, humidity, or sweat and won’t be damaged. Otherwise, keeping your hearing aids dry would be ideal, and never wear them while swimming, showering, or in the sauna.

Do all ReSound hearing aids have rechargeable batteries?

No, not all ReSound hearing aid models have rechargeable batteries. If you’re looking for aids with rechargeable capabilities, you should look into the following models:

  • ReSound ONE
  • LiNX Quattro
  • ReSound Key
  • ReSound Omnia

It’s also worth noting that many ReSound hearing aids have both rechargeable and traditional batteries.

Do ReSound GN hearing aids have Bluetooth?

Yes, but not all hearing aid models have native Bluetooth support. For streaming calls and audio from your smartphone to your ReSound hearing aids, you should check out the following models:

  • ReSound ONE
  • LiNX Quattro
  • ReSound Key
  • Enzo Q
  • And the new ReSound Omnia

Android users will have to purchase The Phone Clip+ accessory to stream phone calls and audio from their smartphones to their ReSound hearing aids.

How much do ReSound hearing aids cost?

ReSound hearing aids aren’t the most affordable in the market. Although prices can vary by the distributor, ReSound hearing aids cost an average of $900 to $3,900 per device/ear. ReSound offers a wide variety of high-quality and innovative hearing aids but only sells its devices via strictly-vetted retailers or providers.

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