If you are one of the estimated 466 million people worldwide with hearing loss and require hearing aids, Bluetooth hearing aids offer great sound quality and enable you to stream sounds from any Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth is a wireless communication technology that enables hearing aids to connect wirelessly with televisions, computers, tablets or phones. With Bluetooth hearing aids you can:
If you are a hearing aid wearer and enjoy listening to music, talking on the phone or watching TV or movies, then a Bluetooth hearing aid would make a great fit for you. Here are some of the best Bluetooth hearing aids on the market.
The Signia NX ‘made for iPhone’ hearing aids are compatible with Bluetooth and high definition ear-to-ear transmission (HD e2e) technology that turns your hearing aids into wireless headphones.
Halo iQ is Starkey’s Bluetooth compatible hearing aids that connect wearers wirelessly to their iPhones. Wearers can stream phone calls, video calls, music, and other media from a Bluetooth enabled device.
Phonak’s Audeo B Direct hearing aids are available in several technology levels and enables you to connect directly to any Bluetooth compatible phone. Your hearing aids become wireless headphones, allowing you to stream your favorite music and TV directly to your ears.
Although Widex was a late entrant into the iPhone streaming market, its ‘made for iPhone’ range offers some of the best Bluetooth hearing aids on the market.
The Oticon Opn hearing aids have been designed to become a wireless headset for any Bluetooth compatible streaming device. Of also captures the full soundscape for the wearer to enhance their listening experience.
While modern hearing aids have the potential to transform your quality of life by delivering excellent sound quality, Bluetooth hearing aids take it even further. The best Bluetooth hearing aids not only do this but also allow you to stream good-quality audio directly to your ears.
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