Are you struggling with background noise?

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) help amplify the sounds you want to hear

Assistive devices include an array of technology: Television and telephone aids, alerting or signaling devices, and personal or large area assistive listening systems.  

Who Can Use Assistive Devices?

Assistive devices can improve communication and understanding for individuals with varying degrees of hearing loss.  

We offer free Assistive Listening Devices with certain hearing aid models.

Crystal clear sound from up to 25 meters (80 feet) away

ReSound Multi Mic

Following a conversation between people at the dinner table, in a business meeting or at a presentation in an auditorium can be tough if you have hearing loss. All those voices seem to blend together.

The ReSound Multi Mic enhances your hearing and extends your listening range.

ReSound TV Streamer 2 allows you stream crystal-clear stereo sound from the television straight to your hearing aids

ReSound TV Streamers

The ReSound TV Streamers will make your hearing aids work like wireless headphones. It sends stereo sound directly from your TV, stereo or computer directly to your hearing aids.


In order to best support those who are experiencing this new world, we’ve created the following support materials to help you get started.

Set up is easy

The ReSound TV-Streamer+ and TV Streamer 2 are easy to set up and use.

See just how easy it is to set up the new ReSound TV Streamer 2.
See how simple it is to use the new ReSound TV Streamer 2.


We offer a 30 day, no-obligation, trial on all our hearing aids