Bluetooth hearing aids

Hearing aids with Bluetooth connectivity allow you to stream audio from various devices. Find out if Bluetooth hearing aids are right for you.

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Multifunctional hearing aids to embed into your daily life

It wasn’t long ago that bulky hearing aids were the standard solution for almost all hearing loss sufferers. However, things are changing with the advent of Bluetooth technology being included in current hearing aid models.

Put simply, Bluetooth hearing aids are digital devices with incorporated Bluetooth connectivity for streaming. Discreet, smart, wireless and with great capabilities, they enable you to connect with various electronics and other everyday wireless accessories. If you have a hearing impediment and enjoy staying up to date with what’s trending, a Bluetooth hearing aid could be right for you.

Benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids

Watching TV

Stream TV audio direct to your hearing aids via Bluetooth

Having phone conversations

Easy and stress-free phone calls with audio streamed to your hearing aids.

Listening to music

Stream your favourite tunes direct to your hearing aids - no need for headphones!

Having phone conversations

Phone calls with hearing aids can be difficult. And it isn’t always comfortable either, as you usually need to make sure the speaker is right near your device’s microphone. Also, some low-tech models tend to feedback an annoying whistling sound, whereas most Bluetooth hearing aids making talking on the phone easy and stress-free!

Listening to music

With Bluetooth hearing aids, users can enjoy having their favourite tunes streamed directly to their devices, without needing to wear uncomfortable, obstructive headphones!

Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids?

Bluetooth hearing aids afford hearing impaired individuals the chance to enjoy things that many of us usually take for granted. They’re all about making life easier for sufferers of hearing loss, providing a much-needed solution to symptoms that often cause pleasant everyday activities to become extremely frustrating.
Some of the main benefits that are enjoyed with Bluetooth hearing aids include:
 

TV icon Watching TV: Did you know that those with hearing impairments often understand the TV better with headphones? This being the case, by streaming TV audio directly to your Bluetooth hearing aids, you’ll not only eliminate any reverberation that may occur between the TV speakers and your ears, but also the need for headphones altogether! You may even be able to adjust the hearing aid volume from an easy-to-use App instead of directly via the TV.
 
phone icon Having phone conversations: Phone calls with hearing aids can be difficult. And it isn’t always comfortable either, as you usually need to make sure the speaker is right near your device’s microphone. Also, some low-tech models tend to feedback an annoying whistling sound, whereas most Bluetooth hearing aids making talking on the phone easy and stress-free!
 
music in ear icon Listening to music: With Bluetooth hearing aids, users can enjoy having their favourite tunes streamed directly to their devices, without needing to wear uncomfortable, obstructive headphones!

Are Bluetooth hearing aids easy to use?

It all depends on the model you choose and your everyday activity. If you’re used to using different electronic devices, you should have no problem managing Bluetooth hearing aids.
However, if you experience any problems with the Bluetooth in your aids, talk to a hearing care professional to learn more about what would suit your needs.

How do I set my hearing aids up for Bluetooth?

Like other electronics at home, such as your mobile phone, Bluetooth uses a 2.4GHz connection to exchange data or communicate between devices - instead of via a cable.

Setup will depend on the make and model of your hearing aids. However, it’s usually the case that the first thing you need to do (after turning everything on) is make sure the devices are paired - that is, check they can communicate!

Your hearing care professional can help you get started and may even be able to complete the setup in store if it’s easier. Finding the right hearing aid can go a long way towards making life sound good again. With Boots Hearingcare, we’ve got your best results in mind, so let us help improve your quality of hearing right away!

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