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£995 per aid

Behind the Ear
Fitting Styles: RIC

5 Year Warranty Included. 

Manufacturer:Resound
Model:Nexia CROS
Style:Behind the Ear
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Resound Nexia CROS Hearing Aids Overview

 

Introducing Resound Nexia CROS hearing aids

Resound Nexia CROS includes Nexia's hearing aid technology and is specifically designed for individuals with single-sided deafness. These Resound hearing aids use a transmitter that detects sound on your deaf side and wirelessly transmits it to your better-hearing ear.  This allows you to access a full 360-degree soundscape. 

Highlights:

  • Great choice of domes
  • 8 colour choices
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion with all-day battery
  • Push button functionality
  • Charge with either the Premium, Standard, or Desktop charger

 

Need more support with Resound Nexia CROS hearing aids?

Price valid if fitted with another hearing aid purchased from ourselves. If the CROS unit is to be fitted to an existing hearing aid then there will be an additional £250 fee for the fitting and ongoing aftercare.

For more information on this hearing aid range, call us free on 0800 567 7621 to speak with one of our audiologists.  View Nexia's full technology overview here

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Written by Paul Harrison, Audiology Expert & Founder

Managing Director & founder of Hearing Aid UK, with over 20 years of audiology experience and a member of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists Council (BSHAA) between 2015-2020.



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Full Hearing Test & Examination by a Registered Audiologist
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60 Day Full Money Back Guarantee
Is this the best model for me?

If you are looking at this page then it is likely that an audiologist has suggested that you purchase this particular hearing aid, so is this the best model for you?

In general, any audiologist will always be recommending to you the model that best suits your needs. Here is a useful check list to make sure that is the case.

  • Audiologist level of knowledge. The audiologist you have seen will hopefully have a wide knowledge of all available hearing aids, however some will only be familiar with a small number of brands and therefore may not really be in a position to know which model is the best for you. It is OK to challenge their recommendation and ask them to justify why this particular brand is the one for you.
  • Do research. Read about the hearing aid that was recommended. Does it seem like it will suit your lifestyle? Does it have more or less features than you need? 
  • Be aware of sales targets. Many high street retailers have specific tie-ins to a particular manufacturer/brand. The hearing aid they have suggested may still be the correct one for you, but do your research so that you know why they might have recommended it.

If in doubt, feel free to give us a call. That's what we're here for.

What are channels, and how many do I need?

Generally speaking, six or more. Unless it's none at all.

The number of channels a hearing aid has is often a simplistic way an audiologist will use to explain why one hearing aid is better than another, but channels are complex and it is really not that straightforward.

Hearing aids amplify sounds of different frequencies by different amounts. Most people have lost more high frequencies than low and therefore need more amplification in the high frequencies. The range of sounds you hear are split into frequency bands or channels and the hearing aids are set to provide the right amount of hearing at each frequency level.

Less than six channels and this cannot be done with much accuracy, so six is the magic number. However, a six channel aid is typically very basic with few other features and is suitable only for hearing a single speaker in a quiet room. The number of channels is not what you should be looking at, it's more the rest of the technology that comes with them.

As a final note, different manufacturers have different approaches. One method is not necessarily better than any other. For example some manufacturers have as many as 64 channels in their top aids. Most tend to have between 17 and 20. One manufacturer has no channels at all.

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