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Bluetooth Hearing Aids

A Bluetooth hearing aid and a smartphone

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Highly personalised, custom audio streaming with Bluetooth hearing aids.

Stream sounds directly to your ears with Bluetooth hearing aids. ‘Bluetooth’ is a safe and secure type of wireless connection. With Bluetooth, you can easily connect to televisions, tablets or your smartphone discreetly, with no unwanted noise interference.
Bluetooth hearing aids are easy to use and make life much easier for hearing aid wearers.
You’ll no longer need headphones to listen to music or to watch TV, and there will be no annoying feedback on the phone.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids come with an app you can download onto your smartphone, which you can use to discreetly and easily adjust the settings.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids are compatible with Android-based phones (using version 10.0 and above) and iPhones. Along with Apple’s iOS systems in general. Meaning you can connect seamlessly with all of your favourite smartphones and audio devices — including televisions and tablet computers.
And if you like, you can stream sounds to just one hearing aid. Keeping the other one free for sounds in the room.
If you have wireless hearing aids that don’t allow for direct streaming then you can get a Bluetooth hearing aid adapter called a ‘streamer’ to do this.
A streamer will provide a communications link between your wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device. Streamers are usually worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hands-free convenience.

Highly personalised, custom audio streaming with Bluetooth hearing aids.

Stream sounds directly to your ears with Bluetooth hearing aids. ‘Bluetooth’ is a safe and secure type of wireless connection. With Bluetooth, you can easily connect to televisions, tablets or your smartphone discreetly, with no unwanted noise interference.
Bluetooth hearing aids are easy to use and make life much easier for hearing aid wearers.

You’ll no longer need headphones to listen to music or to watch TV, and there will be no annoying feedback on the phone.

Most Bluetooth hearing aids are compatible with Android-based phones (using version 10.0 and above) and iPhones. Along with Apple’s iOS systems in general. Meaning you can connect seamlessly with all of your favourite smartphones and audio devices — including televisions and tablet computers.

And if you like, you can stream sounds to just one hearing aid. Keeping the other one free for sounds in the room.

If you have wireless hearing aids that don’t allow for direct streaming then you can get a Bluetooth hearing aid adapter called a ‘streamer’ to do this.

A streamer will provide a communications link between your wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device. Streamers are usually worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hands-free convenience.

You’ll no longer need headphones to listen to music or to watch TV, and there will be no annoying feedback on the phone.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids come with an app you can download onto your smartphone, which you can use to discreetly and easily adjust the settings.
Most Bluetooth hearing aids are compatible with Android-based phones (using version 10.0 and above) and iPhones. Along with Apple’s iOS systems in general. Meaning you can connect seamlessly with all of your favourite smartphones and audio devices — including televisions and tablet computers.
And if you like, you can stream sounds to just one hearing aid. Keeping the other one free for sounds in the room.
If you have wireless hearing aids that don’t allow for direct streaming then you can get a Bluetooth hearing aid adapter called a ‘streamer’ to do this.
A streamer will provide a communications link between your wireless hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device. Streamers are usually worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hands-free convenience.

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Custom-fitted Bluetooth hearing aids

We’ll help you find the best Bluetooth hearing aids to match your hearing loss and lifestyle.

Arrange for a FREE at-home hearing test and one of our expert audiologists will come at a time of your convenience and choosing.

We’ll bring hearing aids with Bluetooth capabilities along with us, and you’ll be free to try them on and get a feel for them. And because we’ll know the extent of your hearing loss, you can be confident that the Bluetooth hearing aids you’ll get will be well matched.
Bluetooth hearing aids are discreet, smart and wireless. Say goodbye to annoying sound reverberations and feedback, and hello to a more comfortable, convenient listening lifestyle.
Click here to learn more about hearing aids.

Custom-fitted Bluetooth hearing aids

We’ll help you find the best Bluetooth hearing aids to match your hearing loss and lifestyle.
Arrange for a FREE at-home hearing test and one of our expert audiologists will come at a time of your convenience and choosing — no matter where you are in the UK.
We’ll bring hearing aids with Bluetooth capabilities along with us, and you’ll be free to try them on and get a feel for them. And because we’ll know the extent of your hearing loss, you can be confident that the Bluetooth hearing aids you’ll get will be well matched.
Bluetooth hearing aids are discreet, smart and wireless. Say goodbye to annoying sound reverberations and feedback, and hello to a more comfortable, convenient listening lifestyle.
Click here to learn more about hearing aids.

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Bluetooth is a type of wireless communication technology used to transmit data between two or more devices. It uses radio waves to transmit data and is safer, more secure, and less prone to background interference than other, similar technologies.

      Yes — if you’re used to using different electronic devices then you should have no problem. But it really depends on the model and your everyday lifestyle.

      Our audiologists will run through all of the features with you to see if you can easily use them before recommending them.

      Our Bluetooth hearing aids start from £995. This price also includes an aftercare service to ensure your complete satisfaction, along with a years’ supply of batteries for non-rechargeable options, and a choice of fitting styles. Everything comes with a 14-day money-back guarantee.

      Yes and no. It’s down to your local NHS trust to decide whether to give them to patients or not however for those wanting the most discreet, modern and high spec device, along with a speedy service, a private organisation such as Hearmore UK would be recommended.

      Read more: How to know if you want private or NHS hearing aids.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Bluetooth is a type of wireless communication technology used to transmit data between two or more devices. It uses radio waves to transmit data and is safer, more secure, and less prone to background interference than other, similar technologies.

      Yes — if you’re used to using different electronic devices then you should have no problem. But it really depends on the model and your everyday lifestyle.

      Our audiologists will run through all of the features with you to see if you can easily use them before recommending them.

      Our Bluetooth hearing aids start from £995. This price also includes an aftercare service to ensure your complete satisfaction, along with a years’ supply of batteries for non-rechargeable options, and a choice of fitting styles. Everything comes with a 14-day money-back guarantee.

      Yes and no. It’s down to your local NHS trust to decide whether to give them to patients or not however for those wanting the most discreet, modern and high spec device, along with a speedy service, a private organisation such as Hearmore UK would be recommended.

      Read more: How to know if you want private or NHS hearing aids.