ReSound Hearing Aids Reviews

Overview and Prices

Woman wearing Resound hearing aids

There are enough distinct hearing aids on the market to make your head spin. Different manufacturers comprise different brands, with different brands comprising different models… truth be told, it can all feel a bit overwhelming.

That’s why we’re here to give you a rundown of the best, most popular models. Here, we’ll be talking about ReSound hearing aids, their features, how much they cost, and anything else of note. If you want to understand what's behind hearing aid pricing and how ReSound compares to the other big manufacturers, our guide to hearing aid costs goes into more detail.

Hearing aid companies are often protective of their own statistics and information – especially their pricing. However, we've done our best to pull together what we can. We’ll try to be as comprehensive as possible, but really, the only way to hear all about these hearing aids is from a professional. Book a free consultation with a hearing specialist near you to learn more about ReSound hearing aids.

Major ReSound hearing aid models

You can look at ReSound’s models on their own page here, but we’ll try to provide a breakdown of the company’s more popular or remarkable models. Before we get started, you should be aware:

  • Our estimated prices are based on a single hearing aid, not a pair
  • Your hearing healthcare provider may add extra charges (such as retunings and follow-ups) when you’re purchasing a hearing aid
  • We’re looking at the top-of-the-line model of each of these hearing aids. This is always the best version, and therefore the most expensive. You might decide you want a less powerful model, in which case you’d be paying significantly less
  • Each hearing aid listed here has many models, which are released as hearing aid technology advances. Our information refers to the most recently released model, as of July 2019

ReSound costs

ModelProjected Cost
LiNX Quattro 9$2,740
LiNX 3D 9$2,800
Enya 4$1,500

Disclaimer: The prices listed above are estimates based on numerous online sources. These prices may vary, and should only be used as rough guidelines.

ReSound hearing aids tend to be on the more reasonable side when it comes to price, but can still run you a decent amount if you shoot for one of the best models. Remember that we’ll be looking at the best versions of each hearing aid in this article, so they’re all going to be in the higher cost range.

Model Comparisons

LiNX Quattro 9

ReSound's flagship model, the LiNX Quattro has a top of the line sound quality. The LiNX Quattro 9 includes noise tracking, adjustable directional mixing, and a link with an app on your phone, which allows you to make subtle adjustments on the move. When you can finally get your hands on one, the LiNX Quattro 9 will cost you around $2,740. It’s a bit pricier, but as of now, it’s the dictionary definition for “best on the market.”

Pros

  • Long Battery Life
  • App Functionality

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Rechargeable battery costs extra

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LiNX 3D 9

The LiNX 3D 9 comes with a lot of different features, depending on your hearing loss. Some highlights include a tinnitus canceller, Bluetooth audio streaming, and app compatibility. Depending on the features, your price could be anywhere between $2,400 and $3,200, which is pretty steep.

Pros

  • Packed with Features
  • Tinnitus Canceller

Cons

  • Some Models may not have Every Feature
  • Expensive

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Enya 4

The Enya 4, while certainly boasting some opaque features, is a meat and potatoes hearing aid. It helps you hear more clearly, and does this well, such as by stopping feedback or wind interference. However, other than app functionality (a staple in all ReSound products), it doesn’t have too many other bells and whistles. The Enya 4 will only cost you around $1,500. This might dip down into triple figures if you decide to go for the Enya 2, a less powerful version.

Pros

  • Inexpensive
  • Still retains good Sound Quality

Cons

  • A bit bare-bones

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Speak to a qualified hearing specialist and discuss hearing aid options tailored specifically for you. We recommend that you get professional advice before considering one of the hearing aids listed above.

ReSound hearing aids overall

Hopefully we’ve given you a bit of insight into ReSound hearing aids, and have helped you decide if you’re at all interested in getting some. The world of hearing aids is ironically very noisy, with hundreds of different brands with complicated names all doing different things, so being confused is understandable.

If you have further questions about ReSound hearing aids, or hearing aids in general, you may benefit from a consultation with a hearing specialist. If you use our online form, you’ll be able to book a free appointment with a hearing specialist, where you can discuss any concerns you may have.

Duncan is an Australian-born American-raised creative writer with a passion for healthy ears. He continues to build upon his audiology qualifications with research and various courses. Duncan has been working alongside Florida-based audiologist Lindsey Banks, Au.D., to make sure that Clear Living has the most up-to-date content.

Lindsey Banks is a graduate of the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program at the University of Florida. She uses her diverse experience in hearing healthcare and her passion for helping people to provide credible information to those with hearing loss who visit Clear Living.

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  • Steven D. Shelton
    Stay away from Resound. The tech support is absolutely horrible. I should have listened to my hearing aid provider and purchased a different brand. I've wasted hours with their tech support and got nothing but a run-around. Seriously, the worst tech support of anything I've ever experienced. I'm not that thrilled with the HAs themselves. For example, they asked me for the SN which is supposed to be under a clear window on the device, but the plastic is so clouded that I had to get the number from the original packaging. I don't expect that from a multi-thousand dollar product.
  • H E Evans Jr
    The three Resound models were priced to me today at $4,600, $5,600, $6,600 for a pair in zip code 28607.