GN Hearing—the medical device division of GN Group, Ballerup, Denmark—will demonstrate the pioneering ReSound LiNX 3D™ and full family of smart hearing aids as part of the company’s participation in the IFOS World Congress in Paris June 24-28, GN Hearing announced.

According to GN Hearing, the IFOS World Congress is an ideal venue to introduce the audiological community to the innovative ReSound LiNX 3D—a new hearing care experience. The fifth-generation solution from GN Hearing combines sound quality and  teleaudiology for people with hearing loss to hear more, do more, and be more anywhere in life by providing a novel remote fine-tuning solution for users wherever they are in the world.

Attendees will have the opportunity to see demonstrations of GN Hearing’s full family of Smart Hearing aids, including ReSound LiNX 3D. Members of GN Hearing will be available to answer questions and demonstrate the Smart Hearing solutions.

ReSound LiNX 3D is reportedly the only hearing aid with complete and comprehensive remote fine-tuning capabilities. Enabled by ReSound Assist™ software, the new feature allows users to stay in touch with their hearing care professional wherever they are, receiving on-the-go hearing care and new settings securely via the cloud without having to schedule and travel for a clinic appointment.

“GN Hearing is excited to introduce yet another key market to ReSound LiNX 3D at this year’s IFOS World Congress,” said General Manager, GN Hearing France, Michel Leleux. “Our latest Smart Hearing aid represents the best sound quality and connectivity solution, giving users even more control of their personal hearing experience, saving time for both user and hearing care professional, and enhancing hearing care outcomes.”

“ReSound LiNX 3D was designed to meet the evolving expectations of users while strengthening the relationship between the user and their hearing care professional,” said Leleux. “This month’s IFOS World Congress is an excellent opportunity for us to demonstrate that breakthrough for hearing care professionals in Europe and beyond.”

Source: GN Hearing