Connect your hearing aids to your life

You can connect Oticon Bluetooth® hearing aids to many other electronic devices and wireless accessories. Then you can use your hearing aids as high-quality headphones. You can make hands-free calls and wirelessly stream TV sound, stereo music, video calls, podcasts, audiobooks and more.

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Hands-free communication using your hearing aids

To use Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids as a wireless headset, you simply connect your hearing aids wirelessly to your phone or device. Then you can make or receive mobile phone calls, video calls, for instance FaceTime, and online meetings.

You will be able to hear the other people on your calls directly in your hearing aids, while your voice will be captured by microphones in your hearing aids, so everyone on the call can hear you.

Check if your phone is compatible

Streaming audio from your device to your hearing aids

All Oticon Bluetooth hearing aids are Made For iPhone® hearing aids. This means they can be used as high-quality, stereo headphones to stream audio directly to the hearing aids from iPhone, iPad®, and iPod touch®.

You can also stream calls to your hearing aids from iPhone and iPad. If you have a compatible iPhone or iPad, and compatible hearing aids, you can enjoy direct hands-free communication – without using any other device. ​If not, adding ConnectClip will enable you to speak hands-free.

Check if your iPhone is compatible

If you have an Android smartphone that supports Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA) and compatible hearing aids, you can stream audio directly from your phone to your hearing aids, including phone calls. Using ConnectClip will enable you to speak hands-free. If your Android device does not support ASHA or if you have other hearing aids, you will need ConnectClip to stream any sound to your hearing aids.

Check if your Android phone is compatible

Your hearing aids become a wireless headset with ConnectClip

With a ConnectClip accessory, your hearing aids become headphones and ConnectClip is your microphone. You can:

  • Make hands-free phone calls on any modern smartphone

  • Make video calls on any tablet or computer with Bluetooth technology

  • Send sound to your hearing aids from your music player or computer, in stereo

  • Use ConnectClip as a remote microphone that clips onto the clothes of whoever you want to hear from a distance. It then sends their voice directly to your hearing aids

  • Use ConnectClip as a hearing aid remote control

Read more about ConnectClip

Stream your TV’s sound directly to your ears with a TV Adapter

You can use your hearing aids as wireless, stereo headphones for your TV.

With a TV Adapter you can:

  • Stream sound from your TV directly to your hearing aids, so you can hear it clearly

  • Control your own volume level while keeping the TV’s own volume comfortable for others

  • Use our hearing aid app – Oticon ON – to control the TV sound in your hearing aids

  • Connect the TV Adapter to a music system to stream music into your hearing aids

Our TV Adapter can be connected to almost any audio device, using the cables provided.

EduMic helps you to be active and engaged

EduMic is a hearing aid accessory that is very easy to use and has many functions. It can be your:

  • Remote microphone – Transmits the voice of a teacher, sports trainer, meeting leader, or friend directly to your hearing aids

  • Telecoil receiver – Captures audio from public hearing loop systems and sends it to your hearing aids – in cinemas, theatres, and many other public venues

  • Media streamer – Sends sound from your computer, tablet, or TV directly to your hearing aids

In each case, EduMic helps you overcome distance and noise with direct, clear sound.

Download an EduMic brochure

Adjust your hearing aids discreetly with a remote control

Our Remote Control connects to your hearing aids wirelessly, so you can easily:

  • Adjust the volume

  • Switch between hearing aid programmes

  • Mute and unmute your hearing aids

To find out more, contact your local audiologist.

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Our hearing aid app – Oticon ON  Your mobile control centre

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

  • Adjust the sound from other devices such as Oticon’s TV Adapter, ConnectClip and EduMic, and reduce unwanted environmental sound

  • Fine-tune any audio you stream to your hearing aids with the streaming equalizer, for a personalized listening experience

  • Use an iPhone as a remote microphone, streaming the voice of your conversation partner to your hearing aids

  • Take greater control of the way you use your hearing aids with the HearingFitness™ feature

  • Create your own intelligent connections using the Internet of Things / IFTTT feature

Download the free Oticon ON app:

Download Oticon ON app in iTunes Download Oticon ON app in Google Play

Psst! You can try out the app without hearing aids

Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Android, Google Play, and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google LLC.

The availability of some features depends on your mobile device and hearing aid model.

Connect your hearing aids to the Internet of Things

Did you know you can connect your Bluetooth hearing aids to the Internet?

This lets you choose ways they can interact with other Internet-connected devices and services:

  • When you turn on your hearing aids in the morning, they can trigger the lights, coffee machine, or smart thermostat

  • Your hearing aids can notify you when your battery is low, the laundry is finished, or someone is at the door

With the Internet of Things, the possibilities are almost endless.

How to connect your hearing aids to the Internet of Things

Check the compatibility of your hearing aid with Oticon products and solutions

See the hearing aid compatibility overview