Bluetooth is technology that uses a wireless signal for short-range connections. The technology allows hearing aids and cell phones the capability to communicate with each other. Bluetooth technology can be found in computers, digital cameras, printers and a variety of other electronic devices.

Bluetooth technology has a range of approximately 30 feet. This technology can transmit the radio signals through objects such as walls. The connection is instant and secure.

Bluetooth and hearing aid technology merged in 2002. This enables the wearer’s hearing aid and a Bluetooth device, such as a cell phone, to communicate for hands free, cords free use.

For more information regarding Bluetooth technology and hearing aids, please contact our office.