Bluetooth-Enabled Hearing Aids
Creators of hearing aids always look for new ways to make hearing aids better and more useful in people’s lives. And so, Bluetooth technology makes it easier to connect hearing aids to many devices for improved sound quality.
Bluetooth devices can be wirelessly connected. For instance, via accessories like televisions, cell phones, FM systems, GPS systems, and PDA can connect to Bluetooth hearing aids. Bluetooth technology works similarly to wireless Internet, it sounds send through an invisible electronic signal.
The Bluetooth accessory is compatible in most styles of hearing aids. For instance, behind-the-ear (BTE), mini BTE, in-the-ear, and in-the-canal styles. However, each manufacturer provides a different array of Bluetooth products and accessories.
If you are interested in Bluetooth-compatible hearing devices, talk to your hearing specialist about all of your options. Also let them know of the listening situations you are in each day and the types of other devices you use throughout the day. Ask to see a hearing aid and the streaming device and experience a real-time demonstration. Talk to your hearing specialist about how Bluetooth-compatible hearing aids could make your daily interactions with your world a better experience. Contact Lake Erie Hearing to learn more about these hearing aids.