Abram Bailey, AuD If you look at Apple's official made-for-iPhone (MFi) compatible device list you will see that the ReSound Cala is not listed. The only Kirkland Signature device listed as MFi is the KS 6.0. Having said that, I'm not entirely sure whether Apple's guide is updated. If you take a look at ReSound's Cala guide, you will find the following: "You can... Read more
Gene Woodard, PhD A great app i stumbled onto is called TUNITY and it is FREE - the best kind of app! It is strictly for television listening and streams the audio signal from the tv to a smartphone. IF the smartphone is also bluetooth connected to hearing aids, the user can stream real time tv audio to the hearing aids via the phone. It is a simple app to use. There... Read more
Chelsea Walters, BS, BC-HIS It absolutely does, but requires the Phone Clip+. The Linx2 allows audio through the iPhone wirelessly, but still requires you to use the microphone of the iPhone. The Phone Clip+ becomes the microphone. It additionally allows you to make program changes, volume changes, mute functionality, and answering/rejecting an incoming phone call.
Kristen Armstrong, AuD Yes, Oticon Opn works with iPhone. You can stream phone calls and audio directly to the hearing aids from iPhone 5 and 6 devices. There is also an app that can be downloaded to iPhone, as well as several android devices, that will allow the user to adjust their Opn hearing aids for various environments. The app includes a way to track your hearing aids... Read more
Charles Darby PhD, MA, BC-HIS Based on your question, I'm assuming you are using some type of audio streamer with your aids or using one of the newer Bluetooth direct aids. More info is needed to properly answer but I'll attempt to give a general idea of battery life and what impacts the battery's duration. The power draw required by the aid determines the life of the battery.... Read more
Dan Schwartz ReSound LiNX, Enzo, LiNX², & Enzo², and Beltone First, Legend, Boost, & Boost+ hearing aids work well with compatible Android phones. However, with Android there is no A2DP stereo streaming. From the ReSound Smart Hearing Aid Compatibility page:ReSound Smart is compatible with the following Android devices**:Please note: Direct stereo streaming,... Read more
Christopher S. Frink, MS Yes, it's made for iPhone (M4iP)--and any phone that has Bluetooth capability, including Android and even old flip-phones! So it's actually "made for any phone" (M4AP).What's the difference? Bluetooth connectivity has been available for hearing aids since 2006, where a user could connect their hearing aids to their cell phone (or any other... Read more
Julie Norin, AuD 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... Read more