ReSound vs. Jabra Enhance Hearing Aids
While Jabra Enhance hearing aids are technically made with a ReSound model (OMNIA, to be specific), the two providers differ greatly in terms of features, price, and how you purchase them.
For starters, ReSound hearing aids require a prescription. To obtain this prescription, a person must visit a local hearing health center or audiology clinic. Here, a person will receive a professional evaluation and then receive suggestions about the best hearing aids for their needs.
Jabra Enhance hearing aids, however, are over-the-counter devices, meaning a person can take a hearing exam online, choose a pair, and purchase them from the comfort of their home. Additionally, since Jabra Enhance hearing aids are OTC models, they are only made for users with mild to moderate hearing loss, while ReSound models can treat severe or profound hearing loss.
The upside of Jabra Enhance will be the price tag. Its hearing aids range from roughly $1,000-$2,000 per pair, while ReSound’s hearing aids cost up to $3,500 for a pair.