At Japebo, we offer quality equipment for your hearing aid. On this page, we have gathered a large selection of ReSound Domes, so do you need new domes for your hearing aid? Then you have come to the right place. A dome is required if you have a hearing aid with a receiver-in-ear (RIC) and this needs to be replaced from time to time. It is important that you find the right type of ReSound Domes that fits exactly your hearing aid and your ear canal, so you should take a look at our large selection.
Replace your ReSound Domes
A hearing aid dome is a small bell-shaped silicone cap that fits the ear canal. A dome sits at the end of the device's tube and must seal the ear canal. It is therefore important that it fits properly to ensure both comfort and functionality. You can replace your Resound Domes yourself if you find the size that fits your ear canals so that they block unwanted sound, so you get the most out of your hearing aid. You should change your domes every 2 or 3 months. When they are worn out, they lose the ability to close in on the ear completely, which impairs the sound amplification of the hearing aid. Therefore, you should also clean your domes every night.
Experts in the field of perfect hearing
ReSound is part of GN Hearing Denmark, which provides intelligent and innovative hearing solutions that allow you to hear more, do more and be more than you ever thought possible. The focal point of the company is, of course, people with hearing loss, where there is a desire to help people rediscover their hearing so that they can live rich, active and satisfying lives. ReSound has always been a step ahead when it comes to technological development and are behind the world's first Made for iPhone hearing aid with direct audio streaming in stereo. ReSound was also the first to deliver 2.4 GHz technology in hearing aids. ReSound is thus your guarantee for an innovative product that will improve your quality of life.
Choose the right ReSound Domes
At Japebo, you are guaranteed to find the particular ReSound Domes that you need. Because we have ensured that there are some for every device among the large selection, which both offers the closed ones, open ones and much more. When you need a new hearing aid, your audiologist will make sure that your domes are the right size. So, when it comes to buying domes as a spare, buy a size that is slightly larger than your ear canal, but is still comfortable. There are three types of ReSound Domes - the open, the closed and the power domes. Open domes have openings that let in sound, which is nice for people who are struggling with the occlusion effect. The closed ReSound domes have a tighter seal with the aim of minimizing the amount of ambient noise. Power domes have the tightest seal and are suitable for people with severe hearing loss. So, there are plenty to choose from, but you should choose the ones that are most suitable for your hearing situation. Many people start with a closed dome and later switch to an open one if they have problems with the occlusion effect. Likewise, others start with a closed dome but discover that it does not block ambient noise as effectively and switch to a power dome.
Fast delivery and service
In addition to our desire to supply quality equipment for hearing aids, we at Japebo also have a desire to offer our customers an efficient, reliable and easily accessible service. Contact information can be found below, where it is possible to call and write. We always strive to answer all questions and inquiries as quickly as possible, and we are always honest and helpful. On the website you can read about our delivery times and prices, as well as when you can get free shipping. You can for example also read about the terms and conditions, return policy as well as personal data policy. If you have found a product that meets your needs and desires, all information is within reach. You are welcome to contact us if you have any questions.