Posts Tagged ‘Bluetooth’


Nolan HearLinks Wireless Voice Audio Links, a personal sound amplifier, audio streaming, T-coil and Bluetooth mobile phone receiver 4 in 1. With tone, volume, balance adjustment, noise reduction, preset hearing profiles to create a clarity and amplification sound to help users to hear better voice and sound. Ideal for the hearing loss, hearing impairment at difficult hearing environment

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Latest Hearing Aids Bluetooth News

New Wireless Technology Lets You Control How You Hear Your Environment Here is a new system from the creators of DUBS acoustic filters that you've probably seen at your favorite music festival. It is a set of earbuds that is doing something that no other device has ever done before – it basically lets you […]

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Latest Hearing Aid Bluetooth News

Ground Floor: Cedar Rapids business sells better hearing for a better life Between them, Kain and Reekers have a combined 20 years of experience with hearing health services, including diagnostics, tinnitus management and the latest hearing aid technologies. Both said they entered the profession because of their personal … Read more on The Gazette: Eastern Iowa […]

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Bluetooth technology and the hearing impaired

Bluetooth technology and the hearing impaired Bluetooth technology and its devices can, if used improperly, have harmful effects on your hearing, cautions Kawartha Hearing Care in Lindsay and Bobcaygeon, Ontario. But this same technology delivers some impressive features that can be of real … Read more on Kawartha Media Group Bluetooth SIG says more real […]

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M2Cbridge Hearing Aid,Personal sound amplifier, Voice Amplifier, Analogue, Rechargeable, Bluetooth Type,A-155

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AOS Bluetooth Full Bone Conduction Glasses

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Panasonic KX-TGE274S Link2Cell Bluetooth Enabled Phone with Answering Machine & 4 Cordless Handsets

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Iwoo Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, Integrated Microphone, Grey

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New Alera Hearing Aid Connects to Consumer Electronics via Bluetooth

New Alera Hearing Aid Connects to Consumer Electronics via Bluetooth en87gpvn New Alera Hearing Aid Connects to Consumer Electronics via Bluetooth Bloomington, MN based ReSound has announced the launch of its new ReSound Alera wireless hearing aid, which uses Bluetooth to receive audio from a user's electronic … Read more on Medgadget.com ReSound Alera hearing aid […]

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Amplicomms Bluetooth Wireless Neckloop for Hearing Aid Users – Silver

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