Most hearing aids are designed to connect via Bluetooth to a smartphone. This way you can receive the audio coming from the mobile phone directly into the hearing aid in Wi-Fi, to listen to music or to converse on the phone more easily. The smartphone must be compatible with the hearing aid and must be equipped with Bluetooth technology.
Bluetooth is a radio technology used for transmitting between devices over short distances by radio. Ericsson was the lead developer, with Nokia and Intel adding more parts. Today, Bluetooth forms the interface between a large number of different small devices and accessories. It replaces a cable connection between them.
The properties of Bluetooth technology:
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Bluetooth function is necessary to connect a hearing aid to the settings of the device that you want to associate as the smartphone, at this point you have to:
Once you make sure that your hearing aid has the bluetooth function it is necessary to consult the reference manual and follow its recommendations.
Either way, hearing care professionals will be happy to help clients connect their hearing aids.
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