Many products are available that help transform your hearing aids into a personal wireless headset.
Designed with communication and entertainment in mind, many of these products use Bluetooth technology, so you’ll get the most out of them if you have Bluetooth hearing aids.
How Do I Use Streaming Products?
Streaming devices allow you to send audio wirelessly to your hearing aids. For example, with a TV streamer, you don’t hear sound coming out of the TV — you hear the sound playing from inside your hearing aids!
The purpose of streaming products is to enhance communication:
- During face-to-face conversation
- Watching TV
- Listening to music
- Chatting online or over the phone
ReSound Multi Mic
- Sleek wireless microphone streams clear sound right to your hearing aid
- Can clip to a person’s clothing for one-on-one chats — even in loud spaces
- Turns into a group microphone to catch everyone’s input when placed horizontally on a table
- Lets you communicate with confidence in noisy environments
- Connects to loop and FM systems*, and streams audio from most devices with a headphone output
There’s an App for That
There are countless apps that connect to your hearing aids, helping you do the things you want to do with ease.
Android or iPhone®
Some apps connect to your Made for iPhone or Android hearing aids, allowing you to stream phone calls, FaceTime® audio, music, and sound from your TV, computer, or mobile device.
Your smartphone can also act as a remote control and microphone for your devices. Change the volume of your Bluetooth hearing aids quickly and easily, or amplify conversations to ensure that you don’t miss a moment.
Other applications allow you to remotely adjust bass and treble to make listening to music in certain environments easier. Plus, you can save those adjustments — when you return to that location, your devices will readjust automatically.
Lost Hearing Aids
Keep tabs on your devices with apps like Find My Hearing Aids, which emit a tone to tell you how close you are to your hearing aids.
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