BLUETOOTH HEARING AIDS For iPhones

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BLUETOOTH HEARING AIDS For iPhones

Everything you need to know about Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhones

What are Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhones?

Bluetooth is a technology that enables the sound from one device, like your phone, to be sent to another device, like your hearing aids, wirelessly.

What is so great about Bluetooth Hearing Aids for iPhones?

While you clearly buy hearing aids to hear people better in everyday conversations, Bluetooth hearing aids like the Embrace X-Series significantly improve clarity in several important daily situations like:

HEAR PHONE CALLS MUCH BETTER

For those with hearing loss, Bluetooth Hearing aids for iPhone significantly improve your ability to hear and understand phone conversations. The sound from your phone will come directly, wirelessly, into your hearing aids in stereo.

COMPLETELY HANDS-FREE CALLS

On some of the most advanced Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhones (Phonak, Embrace Hearing), not only does your phone’s audio come directly into your hearing aids but your voice will be transferred back to your phone via the hearing aid’s Bluetooth so you are completely hands free – your phone can be in your pocket, on the seat of the car beside you or even up to 30 feet away.

TV STREAMING

The better Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhone offer a device called a TV Streamer. This plugs into your TV and then sends the sound directly to your hearing aids so you can adjust your personal TV volume without affecting the sound for others watching.

MUSIC AND PODCASTS

With your Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhone, you will also be able to stream music and podcasts from your phone (or laptop) directly to your hearing aids. This results in much better sound for you and allows you to leave your phone in your pocket while listening.

PREMIUM FEATURES

Premium features to look for on Bluetooth Hearing aids for iPhones.
Direct Connection

Be sure the sound of your phone with go directly to your hearing aids so that you do not require another device. On more basic hearing aid models, you might require a ‘Bluetooth Remote’ that you must pin to your shirt while you are connected to your phone. This is not required with Embrace’s X-Series Hearing aids.

Two Way Voice Streaming

Be sure that your voice will go directly back to your phone also via Bluetooth. Basic models will stream the sound of your phone into your hearing aids but you will still need to hold your phone up to speak into it. On premium models, like the Embrace X-Series, your voice uses the hearing aid microphones to travel back to your phone via Bluetooth. This means you can do phone calls 100% hands free.

Remote programming and adjustments

On some of the more advanced hearing systems available today, the Bluetooth system allows your Audiologist to make adjustments to your hearing aid programming and then uploads it to your hearing aids from an app on your mobile phone. This avoids the need to visit a clinic or ship your hearing aids back to a retailer. This is not required with Embrace’s X-Series Hearing aids.

KEY BLUETOOTH FEATURES

KEY FEATURES ON THE EMBRACE X-SERIES BLUETOOTH
HEARING AIDS FOR IPHONE
  • DIRECT CONNECTION (NO REMOTE REQUIRED)
  • TWO WAY VOICE STREAMING FOR COMPLETELY HANDS-FREE CALLS – NO REMOTE MICROPHONE REQUIRED
  • CAN STREAM SOUND FROM BOTH LAPTOPS AND IPHONES
  • CAN STREAM SOUND FROM TV (WITH STREAMER)
  • REMOTE AUDIOLOGY PROGRAMMING & ADJUSTMENTS

COMMON QUESTIONS

What are MFI hearing aids?

”Made for iPhone” or MFI Bluetooth hearing aids for iPhone are now considered to be an older technology. These hearing aids were able to stream the sound of our iPhone into your hearing aids but you still needed to speak directly into your phone or use a separate microphone that you clip to your shirt. This is the case with Oticon, ReSound, Signia and Lively and many other brands of hearing aids. The best Bluetooth for iPhone systems currently available not only stream the sound directly into your hearing aids but also your voice is carried back to the phone through the hearing aids so you can do completely hands free calls. This newer “Two way” system is offered by Sonova (Makers of Phonak and Embrace Hearing)

My hearing aids have an app – does that mean they have Bluetooth?

No, it does not. Some hearing aids (eg. Eargo, Bose) can be controlled with an app but they do not have the capability for audio streaming from your phone.

Can Bluetooth hearing aids connect to iPhone and Android devices?

Not necessarily. Only a few hearing aid brands can connect to both iPhone and Android devices (eg. Phonak, Embrace Hearing). It is best to ask your provider.

WORKS FOR ME!

Eric from Lake County, OH

I'm very happy with the quality of the aids, the customer service is fast and fantastic, and the price is very very competitive! When I went to the audiologist for the required testing she couldn't help herself and asked me, if I wouldn't mind telling her, what I was getting and what the price was. After hearing she said "oh, no way, I couldn't come close to that". My advice? Embrace Embrace...you won't be sorry!

VERY HAPPY

Ed. from Tennessee

I have had my Embrace C-940 hearing aids for 6 months. From the first week I have been completely satisfied. I put them in when I awake in the morning and leave them in until bed time. So comfortable that I forget that I am wearing them. I now can hear what people are saying without asking them to repeat. Good company. Great hearing aids.

THE SERVICE EXCEEDED ALL EXPECTATIONS

Victoria S. from Montreal, Quebec

I have a moderate hearing loss and before these hearing aids I went through 2 trials with other suppliers ( an audiologist and an online shop). I found a great difference in the quality of the product at Embrace Hearing and very importantly the service exceeded all expectations plus all my questions were answered to my satisfaction. Now I hear very well without the need of repetition. I am a very happy satisfied customer and I recommend Embrace Hearing for your purchase of hearing aids.

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