ReSound / Danalogic Domes


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ReSound / Danalogic Domes – Pack of 10 – £11.95

Please take care when ordering that you know what size and type of dome you require. If in doubt please ask our advice or alternatively the company that supplied your hearing aids. For NHS hearing aids that would be your local audiology department.

There are three different types of domes available for GN ReSound and Danalogic hearing aids, RIE Domes, Thin Tube Domes and Surefit Domes, and the type of dome you need to order depends on the type of hearing aid wire or tube that sits in your ear canal.

ReSound and Danalogic domes can be used with ReSound / Danalogic receiver wires or ReSound / Danalogic thin tubes. Danalogic is used as a brand name within the NHS for ReSound manufactured hearing aids and tubes, wires and domes are interchangeable between the two brands.

Receiver Wires

If you see a rounder or a square smooth and non-ridged tip like the image below marked ‘NP’ or ‘HP’ please order a ‘RIE Wire Tip Dome’.

If you see a thin ridged end like the image below marked ‘S’, or ‘HP2’ please order a ‘Thin Tube Tip Dome’.

If your hearing aid uses a Surefit wire in metal with the thin ridged end (LiNX², LiNX 3D and LiNX Quattro from around January 2015 onwards) like image below please order a ‘Surefit Tip Dome’.

**The new M&RIE wires launched with ReSound One in September 2020 use a different dome, if you need domes for ReSound One please ask us for details.

NB. HP power domes (the double mushroom type with a square shank as opposed to a round shank) for high power receivers need a special tool to remove and re-apply the domes. If you need this type of dome please ask us for the special ReSound Power Dome Removal Tool if you don’t have one. Here is some useful information on how to change a power dome with the special tool. This tool costs an additional £9.95 which we can charge separately.

If you have limited dexterity we advise you don’t attempt to change power domes with the removal tool yourself but ask someone for help.

Thin Tubes

If you are looking for domes to fit onto a thin tube you need to compare the two images to the right and decide which one is the same as yours.

Thin Tubes are like the top image, once you remove the dome you see (in red or blue) a number and a letter, red denoting right and blue denoting left. In this example a right size 0A Thin Tube.

Surefit Tubes are like the bottom image, again in red or blue with a number and a letter,  but also a coloured line. The Surefit example is a size 1B tube, and note the tip is different design from the thin tube above it.

It is very important that you can see the difference between the two types of thin tube and either order a thin tube dome or a surefit dome accordingly, they are not interchangeable.

All dome variants are supplied as a pack of 10 domes.

Open domes are available as – Small 5mm, Medium 7mm and Large 10mm

Tulip domes are available in a Standard size

Power domes are available as – Small 8mm, Medium 10mm and Large 12mm

If you order the wrong size / type of dome but can return unopened and in a re-saleable condition we are happy to replace with the correct item, however we cannot accept opened packets that we cannot re-sell.

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