January 17, 2023
Many of today’s advanced digital hearing aids are bluetooth or wireless compatible, meaning they are able to connect wirelessly to various bluetooth-enabled devices and other audio devices such as smartphones, tablets and computers. Most hearing aids with wireless capabilities are able to connect to landline phones, cell phones, TVs and other audio devices that have bluetooth.
Some of things people can do with bluetooth hearing aids include:
If you are looking for a hearing aid that will give you access to the latest bluetooth enabled technologies and features, then this post is for you. We have gathered all of the best bluetooth enabled hearing aids on the market today, so regardless of your budget or desired features, there's an option available to fit your needs.
Enjoy great sound quality with the Phonak Lumity hearing aids that feature Bluetooth 4.2 wireless technology and are compatible with both Apple and Android devices, providing universal compatibility for streaming music in stereo to up 8 different devices - all hands-free!
The tap control function lets you easily accept/end calls or access voice assistance like Siri while enjoying superior performance from its microphones during phone calls.
With Oticon More and Oticon Own custom hearing aids, keeping in contact with loved ones is easier than ever. Enjoy unparalleled listening quality and a selection of convenient connectivity options to make your daily routine simpler and more confident!
According to Oticon, the main bluetooth features of these platforms are:
With Widex Moment Sheer sRIC R D, experience the freedom of direct streaming hearing aid technology. Connect wirelessly with 2.4 GHz Bluetooth for seamless integration across iOS and Android devices as well as additional accessories like TV Play and other DEX products from Widex!
Signia AX hearing aids are revolutionizing the way you take phone calls - break free of distractions and stay connected even in noisy environments. Enjoy crystal-clear sound with rich clarity no matter how loud it gets, while your conversation partner hears you through a built-in microphone that captures voices without sacrificing quality. With Signia AX technology at your fingertips, staying on top of conversations is easier than ever!
A: Yes, most of these hearing aids can pair to multiple devices. For example, the Phonak hearing aids can pair to up to 8 devices and can be connected to 2 devices at the same time.
A: Yes, these devices will use more energy and therefore drain the batteries faster than non-wireless hearing aids. Using rechargeable hearing aid systems can help with this.
A: Most models today have bluetooth connectivity. There are some older, economy or smaller models that do not have wireless functionality.
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