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Bluetooth Hearing Aids

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Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

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Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

RIC hearing aids

Superior sound quality

Receiver-in-canal hearing aids are suitable for all levels of loss and offer the best sound quality.

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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

BTE hearing aids

Comfortable and powerful

Behind-the-ear hearing aids owe their popularity to their power, ease of use and durability.

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Stay connected, hear your best.

With Bluetooth hearing aids, you can do a lot of really cool things to make the most out of your relationships, stay productive at work and have fun during your downtime.

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Bluetooth

What is Bluetooth technology?

Wireless communication is so common today that we don't think much about it. That doesn't mean it's any less valuable! Bluetooth is a radio-wave technology designed to communicate over short distances. It's a simple way for cell phones, printers, PCs, digital cameras, and other gadgets (like hearing aids) to link together over relatively short distances using wireless technology.
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How do Bluetooth hearing aids work?

Pair your hearing aids to other Bluetooth-enabled devices, and you can stream sound from your TV, phone or computer directly to your hearing aid—no intermediary device needed. With Bluetooth hearing aids, you can easily listen to your favorite tunes while jogging or hear your grandkids giggle on FaceTime. Look for the Bluetooth symbol, usually found in a device's Settings, and make sure it's turned on. Then, you should be able to find your hearing aid listed as a compatible device and simply click to connect it.
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What devices can be paired?

Many Bluetooth-enabled devices can sync up to your Bluetooth hearing aid, including:

  • TVs
  • Computers
  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • GPS systems
  • MP3 players

You can also connect your Bluetooth hearing aids to multiple devices, and switch over when need be. For example, you can switch your hearing aids' connection from the TV to your to your cell phone if it rings while you're watching TV.

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Benefits

Bluetooth hearing aid benefits

Hearing aids with Bluetooth can create a truly seamless experience with your other technology. Some benefits include:

  • Remote control of your hearing aid programs and settings
  • A personalized listening experience based on your environment
  • Ability to easily switch between multiple connected devices
  • Standard protocol means uniformity of functionality across devices
  • Ultimate discretion—people won't know you're even wearing hearing aids!

Stay connected with Bluetooth hearing aids.

You may already be familiar with Bluetooth technology, which allows us to connect two electronic devices without using a cord. Using Bluetooth for hearing aids is just like using the Bluetooth feature that lets us connect an MP3 player to a speaker—it’s easy and convenient. While it’s no surprise that hearing aids help us hear many sounds around us, Bluetooth hearing aid technology simplifies sound reception from audio sources by relaying sound directly to the hearing aid from the device. Though natural sounds are picked up by the hearing aid from their origin without the need for Bluetooth, the best Bluetooth hearing aids stream sound straight from a technology source into your ear. This means that when you’re watching television or using the computer, the data will immediately transfer to your hearing aid from the monitor using radio waves.

Benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids

No need for headphones.

If you enjoy going for walks while listening to music, you might be used to wearing earbuds or a headset. A hearing aid with Bluetooth eliminates the need to use headphones or a separate Bluetooth headset for hearing aid wearers, since the sound plays directly into your hearing aid. You won’t have to worry about trying to wear headphones in addition to your hearing aids, and you won’t have to deal with a cord getting in the way of anything. Think of your hearing aid as a wireless earbud.

Experience personalized listening.

When watching television, you might have a different volume preference than others watching with you. While hearing aids will likely change the way you hear and what you consider to be a comfortable sound range, Bluetooth enabled hearing aids eliminate any potential issues that could arise. Instead of compromising with others in the room about what’s too quiet or too loud, you can set the TV volume at a personal level for your hearing aids, and it can be different than the volume coming from the television speaker. You also have the option to stream sound to just one hearing aid instead of both. Bluetooth hearing aids are an excellent way to enjoy your favorite movies and shows without sound distortion, creating the best listening experience for your needs.

Talk easily on the phone.

Bluetooth makes it easy to talk and listen on your smartphone by streaming sound signals immediately to the hearing aid. With Bluetooth hearing aids, there’s no need to hold your smartphone up to your ear. It’s easier to enjoy the conversation while understanding the person speaking on the other end. With one simple data transmission straight to the ear, Bluetooth takes your smartphone experience to the next level. After your call, you can switch easily to other tech devices like your tablet, computer or GPS system.

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