Bluetooth Hearing Aids

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We understand the significance of finding the perfect hearing solution that seamlessly integrates with your lifestyle. With our range of advanced Bluetooth hearing aids, we aim to enhance your auditory experience while keeping you connected to the world around you.

Our Bluetooth hearing aids offer many benefits that set them apart from traditional hearing devices. By leveraging the power of Bluetooth technology, these hearing aids enable you to wirelessly connect to your favourite devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and televisions. With just a few taps, you can stream phone calls, music, podcasts, and other audio content directly to your hearing aids, eliminating the need for headphones or separate accessories.

Stay connected and engage in crystal-clear conversations with loved ones through the seamless integration of Bluetooth technology in our hearing aids. The advanced features of our Bluetooth hearing aids allow for optimal sound quality, ensuring you never miss a beat. Whether at home, in the office, or out enjoying your favourite activities, our hearing aids provide exceptional sound clarity, even in noisy environments.

In addition to their connectivity features, our Bluetooth hearing aids offer a range of customisable options to suit your specific needs. Our experienced audiologists will work closely with you to understand your unique hearing requirements and recommend the most suitable Bluetooth hearing aids from our selection. With various styles, sizes, and advanced features available, you can find the perfect hearing aids that provide enhanced sound and seamlessly blend with your personal style.

At South East Hearing Care Centres, we prioritise your comfort and convenience. Our highly skilled professionals will assist you throughout the entire process, from initial consultation to fitting and ongoing support. We are committed to ensuring that your Bluetooth hearing aids provide a comfortable and optimal listening experience, empowering you to regain your hearing independence.

We offer a wide selection of Bluetooth hearing aids from various top hearing aid brands, ensuring that individuals can find a device that suits their unique hearing needs and preferences.

Don’t let hearing loss stop you from enjoying the world around you. Experience the freedom, convenience, and exceptional sound quality of our Bluetooth hearing aids. Contact South East Hearing Care Centres today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards reconnecting with the sounds you love.

Benefits of Bluetooth Hearing Aids


Bluetooth hearing aids allow wireless connectivity to devices such as smartphones, tablets, and televisions. This eliminates the need for cumbersome wires or additional accessories, making using and adjusting settings more convenient.

Improved sound quality

Bluetooth technology enables audio streaming directly to the hearing aids, improving sound quality. This direct connection eliminates background noise and interference, ensuring a clearer and more natural sound.

Hands-free calling

Bluetooth hearing aids can be connected to a smartphone, allowing users to answer and make calls without holding the phone. The sound from the call is transmitted directly to the hearing aids, making it easier to hear and communicate effectively.

Customisable settings

Many Bluetooth hearing aids come with companion apps that allow users to customise and control settings such as volume, programs, and equaliser settings. This level of customisation ensures a personalised hearing experience.

Connectivity with other devices

Bluetooth hearing aids can connect to other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as televisions, music players, and computers. This allows users to enjoy their favourite media through their hearing aids, enhancing their overall entertainment experience.

Remote control options

With Bluetooth hearing aids, users can control their hearing aids remotely using their smartphones or other compatible devices. This eliminates the need for physical buttons or dials on the hearing aids, making adjusting settings more convenient.

Enhanced listening experiences

Bluetooth hearing aids can connect to wireless accessories such as remote microphones or TV streamers. These accessories provide additional functionality and improve listening experiences in challenging environments, such as crowded restaurants or noisy gatherings.

Tinnitus management

Some Bluetooth hearing aids come with built-in tinnitus management features. These features offer customisable sound therapy options to help manage and alleviate tinnitus symptoms.

Integration with smart home devices

Bluetooth hearing aids can be integrated with smart home devices such as doorbells, smoke detectors, or security systems. Users can receive alerts and notifications directly to their hearing aids, ensuring they stay connected and informed.

Telehealth capabilities

Bluetooth hearing aids can be used for telehealth, allowing users to have remote consultations with their doctors and health team. This feature particularly benefits individuals with difficulty travelling or accessing in-person appointments.

How do Bluetooth Hearing Aids Work?

Bluetooth hearing aids work by using Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect to other devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or computers. Here’s a step-by-step explanation of how they work:

Step 1: Pairing

The Bluetooth hearing aids need to be paired with the desired device. This is usually done through the device’s settings menu or a dedicated app provided by the hearing aid manufacturer. Once paired, the hearing aids and the device recognise and remember each other.

Step 2: Audio Streaming

After pairing, the hearing aids can receive audio signals from the connected device. This lets the wearer stream audio sources directly to their hearing aids, such as phone calls, music, podcasts, or even GPS directions.

Step 3: Control and Adjustment

Many Bluetooth hearing aids have dedicated smartphone apps that allow wearers to control and adjust various settings. These apps often include features like volume control, program selection, and personalised sound adjustments.

Step 4: Hands-Free Calling

Bluetooth hearing aids enable hands-free phone conversations. The audio from the phone call is streamed directly to the hearing aids, and a built-in microphone picks up the wearer’s voice and transmits it back to the caller.

Step 5: Additional Features

Some Bluetooth hearing aids offer additional features like remote microphone functionality. This means that the hearing aids can capture audio from a remote microphone, allowing wearers to better hear conversations in noisy environments or from a distance.

Overall, Bluetooth hearing aids provide a seamless and convenient way for people with hearing loss to connect and stream audio from their devices, improving their overall hearing experience.

Frequently Asked Questions about Hearing Aids with Bluetooth

Bluetooth technology in hearing aids allows for wireless communication between the hearing aids and other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as smartphones, tablets, or televisions. This technology allows users to stream audio directly to their hearing aids, control settings remotely, and even take phone calls hands-free.

Bluetooth connectivity in hearing aids offers several benefits. It allows users to stream audio wirelessly from their devices directly to their hearing aids, improving sound quality and clarity. It also enables hands-free phone calls, making it easier for users to communicate with others. Additionally, Bluetooth connectivity allows for remote control of hearing aid settings, making it more convenient to adjust volume, switch between programs, or make other adjustments.

Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids can be connected to a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, televisions, and even specific smart home devices. This allows users to stream audio from these devices directly to their hearing aids and have a more seamless listening experience.

The process of setting up Bluetooth connectivity with your hearing aids may vary depending on the device and hearing aid brand. Typically, it involves activating Bluetooth on both the hearing aids and the device you want to connect. You may need to download a companion app specific to your hearing aids to complete the setup. You should consult the user manual or contact the hearing aid manufacturer for specific instructions.

Yes, many Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids come with a companion smartphone app that allows users to control various settings and features. Through the app, users can adjust volume, change programs, adjust equaliser settings, and even locate lost hearing aids.

Yes, with Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids, you can take phone calls directly through them. When a call comes in, the audio is streamed wirelessly to your hearing aids, allowing you to have a hands-free conversation.

The Bluetooth connectivity range can vary depending on the specific hearing aid model and the device you connect to. Generally, the range is around 30 feet (10 metres). However, factors such as obstacles, interference, and battery levels can affect the actual range.

Some Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids support connecting to multiple devices simultaneously, while others may only allow one device to be connected at a time. This capability depends on the specific hearing aid model and its Bluetooth capabilities. Consult the user manual or contact the hearing aid manufacturer for more information on the device’s multi-device connectivity. Our hearing care professionals can support you with your hearing aids.

While Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids offer many benefits, limitations and compatibility issues can exist. For example, older Bluetooth devices may not be compatible with newer hearing aid models. Additionally, some hearing aids may only support specific Bluetooth profiles or versions. It is essential to check the compatibility requirements of your hearing aids and devices before attempting to connect them.

Yes, you can still use Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids with non-Bluetooth devices by using additional accessories or adapters. For instance, there are Bluetooth transmitters that can be connected to non-Bluetooth devices like televisions or music players, allowing you to stream audio wirelessly to your hearing aids. These accessories may need to be purchased separately.