ReSound LiNX Quattro 7
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Hearing Aid Description & Features
The LiNX Quattro represents ReSound's fourth generation of LiNX hearing aids and sixth generation of 2.4-GHz wireless hearing aids. Built on a new sound processing platform, ReSound LiNX Quattro hearing aids offer confidence in the finer details. These advanced hearing aids combine finely detailed sound processing with unrivaled wireless streaming quality, support and personalization.
Released by ReSound on August 12, 2018 the ReSound LiNX Quattro 7 falls under ReSound`s advanced technology level within the LiNX Quattro family.
As advanced technology, this hearing aid is the second best technology that ReSound has to offer, making it a great choice for individuals with casual lifestyles, who need hearing aids that can deliver great sound quality in almost all environments. For individuals who spend a significant amount of time in noisy environments, a higher technology level should be considered for better perfomance in noise.
The ReSound LiNX Quattro 7 hearing aid has 14 channels and 4 customizable programs, and that gives it the flexibility to digitally process sound in a way that sounds natural, and can also be adapted to the particular listening environment of the wearer.
The LiNX Quattro 7 is powered by a size 13 battery which will need to be changed every 7-10 days, or a size 312 battery which will need to changed weekly. With a maximum potential gain of 75 SPL, the LiNX Quattro 7 is suitable for individuals with mild to severe hearing loss.
With its discreet RIC (receiver in canal) style, the LiNX Quattro 7 sits comfortably behind the ear and is hardly noticeable to the wearer or others. This hearing aid is available in 14 color choices as shown below.
If you have questions about the LiNX Quattro 7 that you don`t find answered on this page, or are looking for specs on this device, you might want to check out the downloadable documents (below), visit ReSound`s website, or feel free to give us a call at 800-731-6794.
Frequently Asked Questions
ReSound LiNX Quattro - Behind the brilliant sound experience
Cheif Audiology Officer Laurel Christensen, Ph.D. at ReSound gives a more in depth look at the new technology in ReSound LiNX Quattro.
Accessories & Smartphone Apps
Phone Clip +: $259
This is a Bluetooth streamer that allows you to stream audio from your phone to your hearing aids. If you have an iPhone, you don't need this, because iPhones directly stream to ReSound hearing aids. If you have an Android or any other phone and you want to stream from your phone, you need this. Even if you have an iPhone, it still may make sense to get this, because it does allow for hands free phone calls. Wear it around your neck and the microphone picks up your voice for the person on the other end of the call to hear, so you don't have to hold you the phone to your mouth when speaking. The streamer also doubles as a basic remote control, allowing you to change the volume and programs of your hearing aids.
TV Streamer 2: $379
Plug it into the back of your TV or soundbar and the audio will be streaned directly to your hearing aids. Others can keep the TV at their preferred volume level, while you set your own volume via the app or on the hearing aids themselves, or on using the buttons on the actual TV streamer device.
Multi Mic: $359
All the functionality of the Micro Mic, but with the added benefit of also working as a table microphone. When placed horizontally on a table or flat surface, it'll pick up the voices of multiple speakers and stream them directly to your hearing aids.
Micro Mic: $269
If you have a hard time hearing in noise this accessory is a lifesaver. Attach this microphone to a companion's shirt and their voice will stream directly to your hearing aids. Their voice will come through much stronger than all the competing noise in the environment.
Remote Control 2: $239
You probably don't need this. Most people use the app to control their hearing aids, and if not the app, then the push button on the hearing aid itself. But if neither of those suit you, this remote is a simple way to control the volume and program, with a helpful display screen so you can easily see your hearing aid settings.
Remote Control 3: $239
Adjust the volume and program of your ReSound hearing aids easily and discreetly. The simple keypad style design features large buttons, which are concave, tactile, and ergonomic. The buttons have raised symbols in the center, so they are easy to locate and glide a finger over. The standard CR2032 Lithium coin cell battery is widely available and easy to replace.
Smart 3D App
Take control of your hearing aids. Adjust sound settings such as volume, program, base, treble, and even create custom programs based on specific listening environments. Use the app to find your hearing aids if you lose them, check the status of your rechargeable battery, and provide soothing sounds for tinnitus relief. In some cases, your hearing provider can even make remote adjustments to your hearing aids through the app.
Included With Your Purchase
In-Person & Local Hearing Aid Fitting & Programming Service
Based on the results of your hearing test, your local ZipHearing provider will professionally fit and fine-tune your hearing aids to your unique needs.
45 Day 100% Risk-Free Evaluation Period
Once your hearing aids have been fitted, you'll have 45 days to evaluate them. All appointments with your local provider during your 45 day evaluation period are included at no additional cost. If you decide to return your hearing aids within the evaluation period, you'll be issued a 100% refund.
All follow up service appointments during your first year of ownership are included at no additional cost. After that time, your local ZipHearing provider may bill you privately for services at a rate not-to-exceed $50 per appointment.
3 Year Full Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Supply of Batteries
At the time your order is placed with ZipHearing, you're sent a 1 year supply of hearing aid batteries delivered directly to your door. These batteries will usually arrive to your home before your scheduled date to pick up the hearing aids from your ZipHearing provider's office, but if they aren't, your provider will get you started with a few batteries at your delivery appointment. We provide premium Rayovac batteries which have a shelf life of 4 years.
Wax Filters, Domes, and Cleaning Supplies
Simple cleaning & maintenance supplies will be provided by the manufacturer and given to you at your hearing aid fitting appointment, along with rubber or silicone domes, and wax filters, which your hearing provider will show you how to use, ensuring your hearing aids remain free of wax, oil, and other debris.
Based on 3 User Reviews
I first tried the Resound Quattro 5 hearing aids and the sound was good with them. I felt like the road/tire noise in the car was a bit disturbing and noises around me in busy places, like social events and restaurants, were annoying even though I used the restaurant program. I found that I used the "noise filter" very frequently. My main reason for getting hearing aids now, since I only have mild to moderate hearing loss, was because of my tinnitus. I was hoping for some relief from the tinnitus. I am disappointed that the tinnitus is still the same. I just got the Resound Quattro 7 hearing aids about a week ago and am now trying them. Initially, when I first put them on, I had the sensation that the sounds around me were a bit more "natural" sounding. And, the road/tire noise is fine now with these. I think that the noisy social situation and restaurant noise is better with the Quattro 7. I have a busy life style with lots of social situations, thus we decided to try the Quattro 7. So far, as a hear aid in general, it seems good. But, once again, no real help with the tinnitus for me. I am trying the built in tinnitus program now, but I find the white noise a bit annoying to listen to, so I don't think the program is that useful. Thus, I'm not sure if I will be keeping the hearing aids at this point. I really don't have much hearing loss at this point, and I was mainly trying them for help with my tinnitus.
Thus far, the sound quality is quite good. However, a couple of nights ago a piece of my right aid fell off (a small black piece that hooks over the battery) and because of that the battery started to fall out as I was closing the cover to activate. This then forced the sides of the unit to expand sideways much more than it was designed to do.
Have not had chance to experience all environments yet, but speech clarity is better than my former ReSound version. I still need to take time to play with adjustments in a number of settings, but overall electronic options appear good. Challenge is to get the speech clarity without the harsh sounds when too much treble is increased, while still getting the volume necessary for the situation. Was getting lots of feedback with the ear buds initially. Karla at Hear on the Shore tried a variety of buds and we decided to do ear molds to try to eliminate the feedback. Don't have them installed yet to check the effectiveness. Dealing with ZipHearing and Hear on the Shore has been very good. Will have a more complete report a few weeks from now with new ear molds and a few adjustments.Charlie Shaffer