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Vea sounds good and looks great

ReSound Vea® provides great sound quality and audibility to meet your hearing needs. It helps you hear better, even in noisy places. It’s easy to use, comfortable and water resistant. Your hearing will improve and so will your quality of life.

Sounds good 

ReSound Vea helps you understand conversations even in noisy places like restaurants or family gatherings. And you’ll never have to put up with your hearing aids whistling.

Looks great

You’ll feel good about wearing ReSound Vea. It comes in a selection of small, appealing models that are designed to be discreet.

Is simple

ReSound Vea is easy to use. You can control the volume and the settings yourself, so they’re always just right for you. And not only is ReSound Vea comfortable, it’s durable and long lasting because iSolate nanotech protects it from humidity, dirt and dust.

Suits you

ReSound Vea comes in a variety of attractive models and colors to suit your specific needs and preferences.

A Vea that's right for you

Everyone who uses a hearing aid deserves a model that fits their life and budget. That’s what ReSound Vea is all about – offering cost-effective models that meet your needs and preferences.
And all ReSound Vea hearing aids are coated with iSolate nanotech for extra durability and moisture protection.

Do something about your hearing loss

Why wait until tomorrow? If you suspect you have a hearing loss, it’s important to do something about it. The first thing to do is to contact your local hearing care specialist to schedule an appointment.

Free, quick and straightforward

A hearing consultation usually takes less than an hour. And you’re very welcome to bring a friend or family member. The hearing care specialist will talk to you about your hearing difficulties, examine your ears, and test your hearing. All of this is very straightforward and completely painless.

Once your consultation is over, you’ll have a clear idea of whether you have a hearing loss, what type it is, and how it can be helped. To learn more about what happens at a hearing test, please go to our Visiting a professional section.

Find a hearing care professional near you