Bluetooth hearing aids do exactly what the name suggestions, they connect to Bluetooth wireless technology. Using Bluetooth, you can stream calls and audio from your smartphone to your ReSound Bluetooth hearing aids.
There are Bluetooth hearing aids that will stream from both Apple and Android devices.
If you do not have a smartphone, ReSound has wireless accessories that can act as the link between your hearing aids and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as your TV.
With Bluetooth hearing aids, you can stream sound from virtually any audio source for a customized and convenient listening experience.
The ReSound TV Streamer 2 turns your hearing aids into wireless headphones with a 22 foot range*. All ReSound Smart Hearing aids and TV models are compatible with the ReSound TV Streamer 2. It can be used for your stereo or computer as well.
With its ease of use and versatility, the ReSound TV Streamer 2 will quickly become a vital part of your home entertainment system. You'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
One of the hardest things about hearing loss can be talking on the phone. Missed words and misunderstandings are frustrating on both ends of the line.
The ReSound Phone Clip+ lets you stream phone calls and audio straight to your hearing aids from any Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone or smartphone. So you - and the person you're talking to - can enjoy comfortable conversations, even if one of you is located in a noisy environment.
The Resound Multi Mic hearing aid microphone offers a small, flexible solution to let you hear up to 80 feet away* without having to wear an extra device around your neck.
Place the ReSound Multi Mic horizontally on a level surface, such as the table, and it automatically switches to a mode optimized to pick up the voices of multiple speakers.