Bluetooth Hearing Aid Expert in Irvine, CA

At Hoffmann Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, we work with all major manufacturers to provide you with a comprehensive selection of Bluetooth-enabled wireless hearing aids. These hearing aids are available in many styles, including both in-the-ear and behind-the-ear models. Dr. Hoffmann will fit, adjust, and program your Bluetooth hearing aids for the best hearing possible.

How Do Bluetooth Hearing Aids Work?

Bluetooth is a method of communicating between electronic devices using high-frequency radio waves. Used in hearing aids, this means that the wearer can have sounds from devices like cell phones and TV sets “streamed” wirelessly into the ears. This results in better clarity and sound quality with less interference from background noise. There are two types of Bluetooth used in hearing aids:

Bluetooth hearing aids

Advantages of Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Most users will find that the primary advantage is with the cell phone. Talking on the phone – as opposed to face-to-face – can already be difficult for people with hearing loss. The cell phone, with its small, tinny speaker, can make it even tougher, and trouble communicating through a cell phone is one of the most common complaints we hear at Hoffmann Audiology. With Bluetooth hearing aids, you can make and receive cell phone calls through your hearing aids at the touch of a button. This allows the hearing aids to amplify the call to your prescription level, giving you much better clarity and sound quality. It can also satisfy the California “hands-free” requirement for cell phone use while driving.

Another common use of Bluetooth hearing aids is TV viewing. With your hearing aids paired to your TV, you will hear the sound directly through the hearing aids at whatever volume you would like, while other listeners can set the volume of the TV itself to a comfortable level for them.

We also have patients using their Bluetooth hearing aids for listening to personal music players, audio books, and even computers and tablets. Essentially, any Bluetooth device can be linked to your hearing aids for clean, clear sound adjusted to your prescription.

At Hoffmann Audiology, we have more than a decade of experience with Bluetooth hearing aids. For more information or to set up a trial of the latest Bluetooth technology, contact us at

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