Hearing aids headphones can be paired with many different devices. Some devices already have Bluetooth built-in, such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets. Other devices don’t have Bluetooth built-in and would require a Bluetooth adapter but that would enable devices such as TV and even home phone landlines to be connected to the hearing aids.
Connecting the hearing aids headphone to the phone is easy; it just requires a few steps to connect the hearing aids with the Bluetooth device. Start by putting the hearing aid in and turning them on. Now on the phone, access the screen that allows Bluetooth option settings and look for Bluetooth and look for devices. On the Bluetooth streamer, set it up into pairing mode. When the streamer is in pairing mode it will flash a blue signal.
Once the streamer is flashing a blue signal it may take a few minutes for the phone for the Ironhorsetrading buying guide on the best headphones for hard of hearing to find the streamer so just give it some time. Once the name of the streamer appears on the mobile phone, click on it and it will ask for a pairing code. With hearing aids the pairing code will always be 0000.
Now the hearing aid will be paired to the phone. Put the streamer around the neck and the phone in the pocket, now users can take phone calls hands-free. If somebody calls, it will allow the user to hear conversation directly through the hearing aids. It will allow the phone call to be heard in both ears, at a volume that is clear for the users hearing loss. When the phone call comes, the users simply have to press the button. Hearing aids allow enjoying making phone calls from hearing aids headphone.