how would someone with hearing aids listen to music through headphones?

Question by Isabelle: how would someone with hearing aids listen to music through headphones?

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Answer by Don Rowley
I have worn hearing aids in both ears for 50 years. I am also a pilot and have solved this question by removing them when alone in the plane and keeping the right one on to hear a passenger and the left phone to hear the radio.

There are Ear buds (earphones) that work with many models of hearing aids wireless as in Blue tooth.
Audio signals can be sent wirelessly to and from external devices through a separate module, often a small device worn like a pendant and commonly called a “streamer”, that allows wireless connection to yet other external devices. This capability allows optimal use of mobile telephones, personal music players, remote microphones and other devices. With the addition of speech recognition and internet capability in the mobile phone, the wearer has optimal communication ability in many more situations than with hearing aids alone. This growing list includes voice activated dialing, voice activated software applications either on the phone or on the internet, receipt of audio signals from databases on the phone or on internet, or audio signals from television sets or from global positioning systems. This was found on the following resource, on the middle of the page.

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2 Responses to “how would someone with hearing aids listen to music through headphones?”

  1. Hovis says:

    usually through a loop system and digital hearing aids there is no need for wires and there is no need for a massive machine

  2. IAN says:

    I have a loop system that works with my hearing aids. It’s cordless and I hear music pretty well with it.


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