Bluetooth Hearing Aid Brands

OTICON

Oticon’s most recent hearing aid called the Opn can connect directly to any Apple product such as a cell phone, iPod, iPad, desktop and laptop computer. With the use of a Streamer Pro, even their older generation of hearing aids can connect to any cell phone whether it be Android or Apple. Oticon’s app called Oticon On is available for download to enable the wearer to control their hearing aids with the swipe of a finger. Rounding out Oticon’s bluetooth technology are the connetline tv box and microphone.

PHONAK

Phonak hearing aids can also connect directly to cell phones, computers and music devices with the use of their ComPilot II or ComPilot Air II. This device is worn around the neck and is paired to the hearing aid and bluetooth enabled device. Other products enhancing communication from Phonak include the Roger Pen, remote mic and TV link. An app is also available to control your hearing aids as well.

WIDEX

Widex’s newest hearing aid called the Beyond can connect directly to any Apple product such as an iPhone, iPad, iPod, desktop and laptop computer. With the use of their Com-dex, even their older generation of hearing aids can connect to any cell phone whether it be Android or Apple. Other devices to enhance communication for the hearing aid user include Widex’s Call-dex, uni-dex, TV-dex and Phone-dex.