This means that without an additional Bluetooth connection, people can link to their devices to hear content, listen to music or take calls.
It works with specific versions of:
. Android phones and tablets
. Ipod touch
. Apple Watch.
Visit the ReSound website for the latest information on:
. which devices are supported
. which functions are available for each device.
The app includes a range of functions relating to adjusting and personalising how your hearing aid adapts to different environments, including:
. Changing and muting volume settings on your hearing aids
. Controlling the volume of mobile devices you are linked to by the app
. Using and adjusting a Tinnitus Manager to help mask the sound of tinnitus
. Adjusting your hearing aid for noisy environments, such as windy places, restaurants
. Using Global Positioning to remember `presets’ for specific locations, such as a park, or conference room
. Controlling treble and bass
. Helping locate lost hearing aids
. Using a mobile device such as an iphone as a `microphone’ to relay what people say across meeting tables, or in restaurants.
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