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ReSound Announce Launch of Enzo Q Super Power Hearing Aids

ReSound have today announced the launch of their upgraded Enzo platform. The new Enzo Q will use the latest Quattro chip technology to offer the expanded benefits of power and connectivity. For people with severe-to-profound hearing loss, ReSound ENZO Q heralds a new and complete hearing solution, based on the remarkable chip platform of the market-leading ReSound LiNX Quattro product family. The Enzo Q will be available in both High Power and Super Power models. It will offer a 100% speed increase, 30% more computing power, 20% less power consumption and 100% more memory compared to the ENZO 3D™.

Linx Resound Enzo Quattro hearing aids

The Quattro chipset has been a huge success for ReSound and there have been many people looking forward to a release of the Enzo Quattro. The wait is over and the aids should be available from the end of the month. The Enzo Q will be available in a high power BTE, powered by a size 13 battery and a Super Power BTE, powered by a 675 battery.

Speaking of battery, the Quattro's reduced power consumption should see both hearing aids lasting longer than ever. Both devices have full connectivity options including to iPhones and Android phones, alongside telecoil and DAI (Direct Audio Input) options. They will, of course, connect directly to all of the Resound wireless accessories.

Updated Remote Support

The Quattro will also get a new updated remote support function with live support. They are calling it ReSound Assist Live and it will offer new live remote support functions within the app. It will allow face to face remote sessions with your hearing provider to make changes on the go. The new feature will be available in the US and Canada from the end of February, the rest of the world will have to wait until sometime in May 2020.

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