Hearing aid accessories for connectivity

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Connect your Oticon hearing aid to your phone, TV and more

If you have an Oticon hearing aid with Bluetooth® functionality, these 5 accessories will improve the quality of your sound experience when making phone and video calls, watching TV, and participating in conversations.

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ConnectClip
Make hands-free phone calls and stream sound to your hearing aids
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TV Adapter
Stream the sound from your TV directly into your hearing aids
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Remote Control
Discreetly control sound and programs on your hearing aids
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Edumic
Transmit audio or a speaker’s voice
into your hearing aids.
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Phone Adapter
Connect your hearing aids to your landline phone
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ConnectClip

Make hands-free phone calls and stream sound directly into your hearing aids

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The ConnectClip is many things in one. With this versatile device, your hearing aids serve as wireless headphones, and the ConnectClip functions as a remote microphone. ConnectClip can be used as the following:

  • Wireless headset: The ConnectClip transmits sound directly from your smart device to your hearing aids, while its built-in microphone clearly delivers what you say. This improves the sound quality for both you and your friends on the other line.
  • Remote microphone: To better hear a speaker during a presentation, place the ConnectClip close to the person you wish to hear. Learn how to use the ConnectClip as a remote microphone: Watch how-to video 
  • Remote control for your hearing aids: Adjust the volume or change programs discreetly
 

Tip for using the ConnectClip

Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids can be used as high-quality, stereo headphones to stream audio directly to your hearing aids from Apple devices (without the use of the ConnectClip). However, even if you have an iPhone, you can still benefit from using a ConnectClip as a remote microphone or for making hands-free calls.

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TV Adapter

Stream the sound from your TV directly into your hearing aids

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Using the TV Adapter, you can connect your hearing aids wirelessly to your TV and hear stereo sounds directly in your hearing aids. You can set the volume to your preferred level while others watching with you can listen at their own volume (the “original” volume setting on the TV). The device offers rich and clear sounds that match the visuals on your TV screen.

How to hear TV sounds in your hearing aids using the TV Adapter: Watch how-to video 


Tip for using the TV Adapter

If you have multiple TV Adapters in your house and your hearing aid is compatible with multiple TV Adapters, you can use the Oticon ON App to switch and start streaming from a new TV Adapter when you move to another room.

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Remote Control

Discreetly control your hearing aids

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With the small size of a modern car key, this small remote control allows you to do the following on your hearing aids:

  • Adjust the volume
  • Switch between programs
  • Mute/unmute your device

Keep the remote control in your pocket and adjust your hearing aid whenever you need to.

How to connect your hearing aids to the Remote Control: Watch how-to video 


Tip for using the Remote Control

The Remote Control should first be paired to your hearing aids for it to work. Your local hearing care expert can set this up for you.
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EduMic

Transmit audio or a speaker’s voice into your hearing aids.

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EduMic transmits audio or a speaker's voice directly into your hearing aids. It provides a clear, high-quality sound experience and can be used as the following:

  • Remote microphone – Transmits a speaker’s voice directly into your hearing aids
  • Telecoil receiver – Captures audio from public hearing loop systems and sends it to your hearing aids
  • Media streamer – Sends audio from your computer, tablet, or TV directly into your hearing aids1
 

Tip for using the EduMic

EduMic clips easily onto clothing and can be worn on a lanyard, where it looks sleek and discreet.

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Oticon ON - Get the smartphone app 

You can control your hearing aids from your smartphone using Oticon ON. You can adjust the volume, switch between programs, check the battery level, and more.

 

The app can also be used to adjust the sound on other devices such as Oticon’s TV Adapter, ConnectClip and EduMic.

 

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Phone Adapter

Connect your hearing aid to your landline phone

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The Phone Adapter connects your landline phone wirelessly to the ConnectClip device (mentioned above.) During a call, your hearing aids become the headset, and the ConnectClip, attached near your collar, functions as a microphone. This means that you don’t have to worry about experiencing noisy feedback or running to pick up the phone when it rings.

Note: You will also need a ConnectClip device along with your Phone Adapter.


Tip for using the Phone Adapter

When connected to the Phone Adapter, you'll hear an incoming call alert through your hearing aids whenever the landline phone rings, so you can rest assured that you won't miss a phone call.


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