Bluetooth Hearing Aid Specialists in St. Louis and Chesterfield

At Associated Hearing Professionals, our patients can have the ability to stay connected with the world around them with the use of Bluetooth hearing aids. You may already use Bluetooth to stream music from your smartphone on your car stereo or take a call on a hands-free device. Now, you can do all that and more directly from your state-of-the-art hearing aids. Whether you’re considering hearing aids for the first time or are ready to experience this new hearing aid capability, here’s what you need to know about the latest and greatest technology.

Benefits of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Bluetooth hearing aids allow you to listen to phone calls as well as access your favorite playlists, podcasts, and books on tape directly to your hearing aids. This enhanced functionality can be especially great for those with active lifestyles, whether you’re jogging, working out, gardening, or enjoying the latest blockbuster movies. Stream content directly to your hearing aids, which can connect with most Bluetooth-enabled devices, including smart TVs.

Hearing aids with Bluetooth let you customize your listening experience. For example, you can pair more than one device and toggle between a phone call, a podcast, and the noises of the world around you. Many Bluetooth hearing aids can connect multiple devices at once.

Bluetooth technology has been tested for decades and is standardized to help protect your devices from interference and feedback. The protocol provides a direct connection with nearby Bluetooth devices within a short range, such as within your home or office.

Types of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Some hearing aids offer universal connectivity, while others are specifically designed to pair with your iPhone and other iOS devices. Both versions come in a variety of designs, so most patients who need hearing aids can take advantage of the benefits of Bluetooth. Whether you prefer an invisible in-the-ear hearing aid model or use a behind-the-ear design, most modern hearing aids for mild to profound hearing loss can be purchased with Bluetooth. Our team can help you find the best hearing aids for your needs, including the latest models from trusted, high-quality brands such as Starkey, Oticon, Phonak, Signia, Unitron, Widex, and ReSound.

Upgrade Your Hearing Aids Today

The audiology team at Associated Hearing Professionals cares about your hearing, and we want to help you find the hearing aids that best fit your lifestyle. We have convenient, accessible locations with free parking in Chesterfield and St. Louis. Schedule an appointment with us to learn more about our Bluetooth hearing aids.