Learn if Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids from Louisiana Ear Nose Throat & Sinus (LENTS) will keep you connected to what you love.
Hearing aids continue to adapt and connect to new technology. By equipping hearing aids with Bluetooth technology, aids can now sync wirelessly with our devices to deliver a high-quality feed of sound from the device.
Devices Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids can connect to include:
- FM systems
- Other Bluetooth-enabled devices
This connection simplifies your life by making listening to your many devices as easy as turning them on. Learn how Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids can connect you with the devices you rely on by requesting an appointment or continuing reading below.
What is Bluetooth Technology?
We live in a wireless world. Just as our phones can connect multiple people on a phone call without being directly connected to wires, Bluetooth technology allows wireless connections between devices. Bluetooth uses electronic signals to connect devices and send sound. This technology is used in cars, headphones, cellphones, and now, hearing aids.
Advantages of Bluetooth Hearing Aids
Having Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids makes connecting to and hearing from devices simpler and clearer. You will receive a high-quality sound directly to your aids instead of hearing sound filtered through your hearing aids from a speaker, GPS, or other device. This streamlines daily activities, from listening to your favorite song to participating in a group call for work.
Bluetooth Hearing Aid Considerations: Are They Right for You?
Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids help connect you directly with the world around you and a wide variety of entertainment options and helpful tools. Whether or not they are right for you will be determined by your needs and personal preferences. Here are several things you need to consider when deciding whether or not to get Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids:
- Assistance is required. To ensure your Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids work as intended, an audiologist will walk you through setup. This allows your hearing aids to sync with electronic devices.
- Additional equipment may be necessary. Your audiologist may inform you that a transmitter is required to pair with your Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids.
- Your hearing aid’s microphone and Bluetooth may not function simultaneously based on the settings. If using Bluetooth, your hearing aids will not amplify other sounds until you disconnect from the Bluetooth-enabled device.
- Stay near your transmitter. If you are not in range of the transmitter, which receives signals from a device and sends it to your hearing aids, the Bluetooth function may not work properly.
Bring yourself closer to the music, entertainment, and technology you love with Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids. Are you ready to explore Bluetooth hearing aids with Louisiana Ear Nose Throat and Sinus? If so, request an appointment today.
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