Image of iphone, Oticon hearing aids and assistive listening deviceHearing aids from the past often limit one’s ability to enjoy audio technology such as cell phones, television and music players. But today’s hearing aids make it possible to enjoy these devices thanks to Bluetooth technology.

Using radio waves, Bluetooth technology allows you to either be directly paired with an array of smart devices or with a streamer that can be paired with other external devices. The wireless connection allows you to easily listen to your favorite audio devices in a hands-free format.

Though many hearing aids require you to carry items such as cell phones and music players in your pocket, some have stronger enough connectivity that allow you to be 30 feet away from your wireless device and still enjoy the audio.


There are also additional benefits to Bluetooth technology, including:

  • Direct connection between hearing aids and wireless device
  • Natural sounding audio
  • Lower power consumption to enhance battery life

Many hearing aid manufacturers use different accessories to make wireless streaming possible. When consulting with one of our hearing experts in Clifton, Haskell, Mahwah, Morristown, Paramus, and Pompton Plains, New Jersey, share with them your desire to have wireless connectivity. They will be able to provide you with the best hearing aids based on your hearing needs. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.