ReSound ENZO 3D Power Hearing Aids Review

ReSound ENZO Power Hearing Aid Review. Cliff Olson, Doctor of Audiology and founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses one of his favorite power hearing aids, the ReSound ENZO 3D’s.


I regularly recommend hearing aids from 4 of the 6 major hearing aid manufacturers. However, when it comes to treating individuals with severe to profound hearing loss, I get a little more picky.

One of my favorite devices for treating this severity of hearing loss is the ReSound ENZO 3D 88’s and 98’s for 3 main reasons.

1. They crank out the volume – The 88s are the High-Power version of the ENZO 3Ds. They have a fitting range that tops out at 105 dBHL and are perfect for people with draining ears or proned to ear infections. The 98s are the Super-Power version of the ENZO 3Ds. They max out at 120 dBHL across the entire frequency range. Hearing aids don’t get more powerful than this.

2. They have the best smartphone app on the market – From adjusting volume, programs, noise filters, low/mid/high frequencies, mute function, to the new ReSound assist feature, the app can do it all.

3. The ability to stream phone calls directly – The telephone can be extremely difficult for individuals with a severe to profound hearing loss. The absolute best way to hear on the phone is to stream the audio from the phone to the hearing aids directly. This means no more struggling to hear on the phone no matter what severity of hearing loss you have.

There are a few things I’m not a huge fan of though.

1. The look of the devices – They just look cheap and not very sleek. However, beauty is in the eye of the beholder so you like the look…great!

2. ReSound Earmolds are hit and miss – Sometimes they fit perfectly, other times not so much. Just be patient, eventually they will get them right.

Overall, the ReSound ENZO 3Ds are an excellent choice for individuals with a severe to profound hearing loss, who want Bluetooth connection with their phone, and want direct streaming from an iPhone.

Just remember, it does not matter how good your hearing aids are unless they have been programmed using Real Ear Measurement. To learn more about REMs watch my video here:


dimples3732144 says:

Any reviews on the Siemens cros hearing aid. They have lots of functions for different prices. Which makes it hard to choose how do you know which functions to consider would really appreciate if you do any reviews on those.

Jare Bear says:

Love your channel man

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Terrence Hall says:

Really interested in getting these. How do they compare to the Oticon Dynamos? I know the Dynamo do not connect to any bluetooth devices without the streamer, which is a plus for the Enzyos.

Kr Sanu says:

This hearing aids has much expensive in india , I’m struggling to buy

Todd Hudson says:

Are these about as good as it gets for ultra power users? Or will the new Quattro model have an ultra power or super power option? I can’t seem to find the answer on that

James Boone says:

Can you review the starket livio. Its just like the resound linx. But I think its better.

Idalia Miller says:

Hello Doc, Ok im learning as im going, so can my daughter use only one of this ones HA in her severe side? She has SSD so if its that strong for severe & profound why can she just put one of these ones in her bad side? Also I finally move to a new city here in Texas and ask the audiologist if he did REM he said he doesn’t think is really necessary . He’s “old school” ?? Anyways he just program my daughter Phonak Boleros that she already had with her and never wears. Thank you for all your time, kindness and knowledge. Keep them coming! 🙂

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