HEARING AIDS CONNECTED BY APP
In today’s article, our friends from Audiotek, the best hearing center where you can buy hearing aids, will talk about ReSound hearing aids, a technological breakthrough in terms of hearing aids and, especially, hearing aids digital for the deaf.
The ReSound headphones are wireless. Which means that you can connect to an app that allows you to control them comfortably from our mobile phone. This represents a whole range of advantages for the user of digital hearing aids for the deaf.
How headphones work with an app connection
The headphones connected by app, like the ReSound headphones are modern, innovative, discreet and functional. They work by sending the audio signal directly from the mobile to the hearing aid. This allows the user to hear conversations clearly and with optimum sound quality, even in the noisiest environments.
Hearing aids connected by app, such as ReSound hearing aids, allow, in general:
Process the mobile signal and send it to the hearing aid to allow the user to talk on the phone.
Raise and lower the volume of the hearing aids.
Modify the bass configuration, depending on the noise level in the environment (cinema, restaurants, outdoors, at home, at a concert, etc.).
Listen clearly to phone calls, as well as all kinds of files and multimedia formats that the user wants to enjoy: videos, songs, audiobooks, podcasts, etc.
Check the condition of the hearing aid battery.
The ReSound hearing aids and the ReSound Control app
The ReSound Control application is the central axis of ReSound hearing aids. It is the easy and discreet way to ensure optimized listening in a variety of configurations. This app is available for iPhone, iPod or iPod touch with iOS 7 or later. In addition, it is optimized for iPhone 5 and version 2.3.5 or later of Android smartphone devices (not all Android smartphones are compatible).
With ReSound Control the user can adjust the volume, change the program and control the other wireless transmission accessories such as ReSound TV Streamer 2. All this without touching, or drawing attention to, the hearing aid.
For example, you can switch to a restaurant program when you go out to dinner, or choose ReSound TV Streamer 2 as a streaming device when you watch your favorite TV shows and adjust the volume accordingly, all from the application.
Of course, the entire range of ReSound headphones is compatible with your application. From the most basic such as the Enya, the Verso or the Alera, to the newer models such as the LinX 3D, the ENZO 3D or the LiNX Quattro.
If you want to have more information about the possibilities of these digital hearing aids for the deaf, or you need to buy headphones, do not hesitate to visit the Audiotek website.