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How can I connect my hearing aids to my laptop?

Updated: May 11

It could be to manage a Zoom meeting, listen to a training video, watch a movie or listen to music. You need to connect your hearing aids to your laptop. I receive this from my patients all the time. This article covers how to connect your hearing aids to your computer for most of the hearing aids in the UK.



How can I connect my hearing aids to my computer?



How can I connect my hearing aids to my computer?

This article covers the 6 major hearing aid models in the UK market and explains how to connect them to your computer or laptop so you can have a Zoom meeting, or stream soundtrack music from your computer to your hearing aids.


  1. How can I connect Phonak hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

  2. How can I connect Starkey hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

  3. How can I connect Resound hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

  4. How Can I connect Signia hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

  5. How Can I connect Widex hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

  6. How Can I connect Rexton hearing aids to my laptop and computer?




How can I connect Phonak hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Connecting your Phonak hearing aids to your computer will be the easiest one as most of the premium Phonak hearing aids use classic Bluetooth and hence can be detected by your laptop or computer. So Phonak Lunity, Paradise, Naida and Marvel can easily connect to your computer without any intermediary device.

Older Phonak models, and also invisible IIC and CIC hearing aids can also connect to a computer if they have a telecoil in them. If your Phonak Titanium IIC hearing aids have a telecoil system in them then you can purchase a Roger Neckloop necklace which will bridge between your Phonak titanium hearing aids and your laptop.



How can I connect Starkey hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Starkey hearing aids use low-energy Bluetooth protocol. If you have Starkey Livio, Starkey Evolv and Starkey Genesis you'd need a Starkey Remote Microphone device to connect your Starkey hearing aids to your computer. The device is plug and play meaning you won't need your audiologist to pair them to your hearing aids. All you need to follow the instructions on the manual of the device (also on the product page) to connect the Starkey Remote Microphone to your hearing aids, and then connect it to your computer through Bluetooth.






How can I connect Resound hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Resound hearing aids use low-energy Bluetooth protocol. If you have Resound One, Resound Omnia, Resound Key, Resound Quattro Linx Resound Nexia or even Resound Custom-Made hearing aids you'd need a Resound Phone Clip+ to connect your Resound hearing aids to your computer. The device is plug and play meaning you won't need your audiologist to pair them to your hearing aids. All you need to do is follow the instructions on the manual of the device (also on Resound Phone Clip+ the product page) to connect the Resound Remote Microphone to your hearing aids and then connect it to your computer through Bluetooth.






How can I connect Signia hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Signia hearing aids use low-energy Bluetooth protocol. If you have Signia Active, Signia Motion BTE, Signia Styletto, Signia Pure Charge and Go or Signia Insio custom-made you'd need a Signia Streamline Microphone device to connect your Signia hearing aids to your computer. The device is plug and play meaning you won't need your audiologist to pair them to your hearing aids. All you need to follow the instructions on the manual of the device (also on the product page) to connect the Signia Streamline Microphone to your Signia hearing aids, and then connect it to your computer through Bluetooth.






How can I connect Widex hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Widex SoundConnect is a little USB dongle that when connected to your computer and paired to your Widex Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids you can seamlessly stream sound and music from your computer or laptop to your Widex hearing aids.

Widex is yet to introduce a Bluetooth-enabled custom-made hearing aid. Here is how you may be able to connect the 3 different Widex in the ear, ITE CIC and CIC Micro to your computer for streaming:

  • Widex Moment CIC Micro can connect to the Widex ToneLink app for program and Volume adjustment, but it cannot connect to any Bluetooth device or streaming.

  • Widex Moment ITE and Widex Moment CIC can connect to the Widex TonelInk app as well as through WidexLink to Widex Com-Dex for streaming through Bluetooth and smartphones. Widex Com-Dex can connect to two Bluetooth devices e.g. to your mobile phone and your laptop.






How to connect Rexton hearing aids to my laptop and computer?

Rexton hearing aids use low-energy Bluetooth protocol. If you have Rexton Reach, Rexton BiCore, or Rexton custom-made you'd need a Rexton SmartMic device to connect your Rexton hearing aids to your computer. The device is plug and play meaning you won't need your audiologist to pair them to your hearing aids. All you need to follow the instructions on the manual of the device (also on the product page) to connect the Rexton Smart Microphone to your Rexton hearing aids, and then connect it to your computer through Bluetooth.






Your hearing aid is not on the above list? No problem, please leave your concerns and questions below and we will respond as soon as we can.





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