| 2021 Update: The original Enzo range has now been discontinued.
| 2020 Update: The original Enzo hearing aid range has now been superseded by the Resound Enzo Q range.
Resound Enzo Q Hearing Aids - Innovative Superpower
This Resound range is the first superpower hearing aid that has iPhone wireless capabilities. The introductory aid in this range has similar power to the higher specifications. Due to its noise reduction limitations – it only offers suitability for those who prefer quieter surroundings, rather than noisy environments.
With 9 frequency channels, it adapts the volume and pitch of sounds successfully to create a better hearing experience. Other features include a 2.4 GHz processor, Softswitching program and Control app.
Improvements from the past Enzo hearing aid ranges
Like with all hearing solutions - confidence is key and begins with a reliable and user-friendly hearing experience. An experience that offers exceptional sound quality that's clear and comfortable everyday.
A greater level of amplification is often needed to connect with your environment - but it shouldn't have to come with uncomfortable amplified sound, which can exhaust the wearer.
Going beyond the power
The new Resound Enzo Q is designed to successfully assist the hearing experience for those with severe to profound hearing loss, using an advanced technology formula. This device does not sacrifice connectivity to gain power - it provides the whole mix of power, clear and comfortable sound, a wider scope of connectivity and support.
There are also no whistling noises when you need clarity of sounds and your hearing aid volume is boosted. Just a comfortable listening experience that is personalised to suit your hearing needs.
It is always a challenge to hear in busy environments. Resound Q hearing aids are created to support the way you uniquely listen to sound in noisy places, but still helping you to feel a part of your surroundings. Enjoy following conversations in a busy cafe, as you focus on speech and have the ability to understand where other sounds are coming from.
Resound has found the right balance with Enzo Q. Giving wearers automatic adjustments as it recognises your unique environments to give you the right level of audibility and comfort. This is stated to be particularly successful in a loud sound situation - like keys dropping on a kitchen counter. Research shows that upto 89% of these noises were made more comfortable with Resound Enzo Q hearing aids.
Resound Enzo Q can stream directly to both iOS and Android Bluetooth devices. So you can use your phone, watch TV and listen to music easily and seamlessly. You can also tap into loop systems with Enzo Q's telecoil feature for the boost you need in large public spaces.
Android compatibility: Runs on Android version 10 with Bluetooth version 5.0 and the Android Streaming to Hearing Aids feature.
iPhone compatibility: Compatible with iPhone 5s or later, iPad Pro or later and watchOS 5 and iOS 12 or later. App runs on iOS 12 or later.
Historically, the higher-level performance aids in the Resound Enzo range benefit from a Binaural Environmental Optimiser program, Surround Sound, Smart App, Geotagging, Binaural Directionality, AutoScope Adaptive Directionality, which helps you narrow or widen your focus on hearing. This feature alters to how many people you are talking to and the surrounding sounds.
Resound have various accessories that will really enhance your listening experience - especially in tricky hearing situations. Below are the accessories that are compatible with these devices and a brief description of use:
Resound Multi Mic: This clips onto the person who you are speaking to, it can also be placed on a table and connects you to loop systems.
Resound Mico Mic: Does the same as above, but is more discreet and has a range of 25 metres.
ReSound TV Streamer 2: Streams sound from your TV directly into your hearing aids. You can also use it to adjust and set volume. So everyone can enjoy TV at the level they want to.
The automation within the Resound Enzo Q hearing aids means you can personalise your listening experience even more with the Resound Smart 3D app via your smartphone. Have control in real-time at the touch of your fingertips. Things like choosing programs, optimising sound and speech focus in whatever sound environment you find yourself in.
Program carousel: Choose from various environment programs to better mirror where you are. Such as cafes, music venues and more.
Sound enhancer: Adjust and filter to better improve speech focus, bass, middle, treble and reduce noise.
Geotagging: Save your most visited destinations, so next time you are there - you're hearing aids can adjust automatically.
Find my hearing aids: A feature to help you locate missing hearing aids.
Relief from tinnitus: Adjust your tinnitus sounds without having to turn up or down your hearing aids.
Resound Assist Live: You can manage and schedule remote support with your audiologist via video calls from this app feauture.
The Enzo and Enzo² was superseded by the Enzo 3D before the Enzo Q launched. Before now, the price has stayed the same, as have the basic features.
The consensus of these hearing aid ranges has always remained the same - they are ideal for more challenging listening environments with a strong background and wind noise reduction features and a powerful environmental optimiser program. Despite its powerful performance this superpower hearing aid is the smallest superpower BTE currently available and is more discrete than most of its competitors.
Its tough coating makes it waterproof as well as keeping out oil and dust. It is available in a range of ten different colours so you can either blend it in with your hair colour and skin tone or choose something contrasting to show it off.
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When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.