Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aids: All the Exciting Things You Need to Know

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All You Need to Know About Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aids

In this day and age, Bluetooth connectivity has become essential for many people. Bluetooth makes life more convenient for people to connect multiple devices; emails from your phone can now communicate to your printer, and streaming music into your soundbar allows for optimal listening.

Now, you can also stream TV, music, and phone calls straight to Bluetooth enabled hearing aids. Namely, Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aids, which I will talk about the different models Prescription Hearing offers and additional Signia accessories that you may need.

Signia Hearing Aids, Bluetooth Models Available at Prescription Hearing

There are three different models of Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aids that differ slightly in their performances. Below is a description of each type, but you can find out more information here.

Signia Pure Charge & Go 7X

  • Rechargeable
  • Own Voice Processing
  • Tinnitus therapies
  • 5 Star-rated sound clarity & speech quality
  • Direct streaming

Signia Pure Charge & Go 5X

  • Rechargeable
  • Own Voice Processing
  • Tinnitus therapies
  • 4 Star-rated sound clarity & speech quality
  • Direct streaming

Signia Pure Charhe & Go 3X

Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aids
  • Rechargeable
  • Own Voice Processing
  • Tinnitus therapies
  • 3 Star-rated sound clarity & speech quality
  • Direct streaming

Anyone with a smartphone should download this free hearing aid app called Signia App. It allows for discreet control of microphone volume and directionality adjustments, keeping contact with your audiologist, and managing other devices, like StreamLine TV and StreamLine Mic.

Signia Bluetooth Hearing Aid Devices You May Need

Each product has built-in made for iPhone Bluetooth technology. This means iPhone users can connect directly to their phone with their Bluetooth hearing aids. Whereas, with Android users, you will need a middleman to use your Bluetooth hearing aids – called the StreamLine Mic. Another helpful tool that enables you to listen to perfect sound wirelessly from your favorite TV show is the Signia TV Transmitter.

Signia Hearing Aid Bluetooth Devices | StreamLine Mic

iPhone users do not need the StreamLine Mic, but if you want hands-free, then you want this device. As an iPhone owner, you still have to hold up your phone to your mouth to speak, but with the StreamLine Mic, it clips to your shirt to be able to have a truly hands-free experience. For Android owners, you MUST purchase this device to connect your smartphone and Signia Bluetooth hearing aids.

There are several key functions to the Signia StreamLine Mic:

  1. You can stream music, audiobooks, and more from mobile phones, laptops, or tablets (any Bluetooth device).
  2. Use it as a remote microphone to help you hear in crowded environments. Stream the speaker’s voice to your hearing aids from a distance of up to ~65 feet (20 meters)! This allows you to hear them as if they were standing right next to you.
  3. Answer phone calls without even having to take your phone out of your pocket. Also, it will automatically turn off the TV sound for you while using the Signia TV transmitter to receive your call and resume when finished.

Signia Hearing Aid Bluetooth Devices | TV Transmitter

The Signia TV transmitter offers wireless streaming from your TV to your hearing aids in Dolby Digital quality. A bonus is that other Signia devices and hearing aid wearers can also connect with the transmitter at the same time.

Now you know about the fantastic Signia Bluetooth hearing aids and the Signia accessories to assist in a better listening experience.

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

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