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How long do the batteries last in the Halo 2 hearing aids?

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Dan Schwartz

Hearing Aid and Assistive Device Engineer and Dispenser

27 August 2016 - 1068 Views

It varies widely, based on how much streaming is done; and whether mercury-free or older, better non-mercury-free #13 cells (~240 mAh) are used.Typically the Halo draws about 2.2 — 2.5mA in use, and about 5 — 5.5 mAh when streaming

Does Starkey plan to market a TV streamer for Halo 2

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Rachel Magann Faivre, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Oklahoma City

23 September 2016 - 901 Views

Currently there is no accessory/TV streamer option for the Halo 2. Starkey's accessories run off a 900MHz wireless technology, which work with all but their Halo 2 devices. The Halo 2 devices run off of 2.4GHz wireless technology.

How do I pair the Starkey Halo 2 i2400 with the iPhone 7? I am having trouble.

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Julie Norin, AuD

Doctor of Audiology in Baltimore

10 March 2017 - 932 Views

Starkey instructions are as follows: Pairing should be done after the hearing aids have been programmed in the Inspire Software.Pairing Halo to an Apple Device1. Navigate to the Settings icon on the Apple device2. Select General > Accessibility > Hearing Aids3. If Bluetooth is turned Off on this screen, turn it On4. Open and close the battery door on the hearing aids Note: A fresh battery is needed in each hearing aid5. Tap on the Hearing Aid Name to connect the hearing aids to the Apple device6. Select Pair for each request, if pairing a... Read more