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Bluetooth Hearing Aids

We have Bluetooth hearing aids at all price points. We have the best hearing aids under $100 to Siemens digital Bluetooth hearing aids for less than $230. Siemens and New Sound make some of the best Bluetooth hearing aids in the world.  Our New Sound Bluetooth hearing aids under $200 allow you to completely custom program your hearing aid with your smartphone.


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Long Life 8 CH Programmable Bluetooth Primo RA801 Lithium Rechargeable Hearing Aids PAIR (LEFT AND RIGHT) in BEIGE & FREE 1 YR Extended Warranty


Programmable Primo RA801 Lithium Rechargeable Hearing Aids  * Programmable with your smartphone * Great for Mild to Severe hearing loss * Automatic Noise Reduction * Very light 3.5g (.123 Oz) * Includes Open Fit tips, charging base, cable, and USB...

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Find a Digital Bluetooth Hearing Aid that Suits You and Your Lifestyle

Bluetooth technology opens a world of convenient listening possibilities with your hearing aids. Forget messy wires or holding your phone right next to your ear. Stream high-quality sound directly from your smartphone, tablet, or other compatible devices to both hearing aids for a clear and personalized listening experience.

What does this mean for you? You can enjoy crystal-clear phone calls, listen to music or podcasts, and even hear the TV at the perfect volume, all without the need for cumbersome wires or accessories. Some of the best Bluetooth hearing aids also often come with handy apps allowing discreet adjustments to volume.

In the past, Bluetooth technology was typically only available in high-end prescription hearing aids. However, the introduction of over-the-counter hearing aids in 2022 has made these features more accessible than ever. Here at Hear-Better, you can find affordable hearing aids with Bluetooth at surprisingly affordable prices, ranging from only $199 to $469 per pair.

Bluetooth Hearing Aids: Stay Connected & Hear Your Best

Enjoy phone calls, audiobooks, or anything else that connects via wireless technology. Bluetooth allows you to adjust the volume of the streamed content independently, giving you more control over what you hear. Whether you want to focus solely on the streamed audio or stay aware of your surroundings, Bluetooth hearing aids offer the flexibility to suit your needs.

Unlike traditional wired connections, Bluetooth can provide a range of up to 30 feet. Of course, this all depends on the device and environment between your hearing aids and the source of the streamed audio. This freedom lets you move around the room or even put down your phone without interrupting your listening experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bluetooth hearing aids act like tiny wireless headphones. They use radio waves to connect to smartphones, TVs, or laptops. These radio waves stream audio directly to your ears, so you can enjoy phone calls, music, or even watch TV with clear sound. Hear-Better has a wide range of hearing aids, Bluetooth compatible, so that you can stream audio directly to your ears.

Bluetooth hearing aids offer a world of convenience and improved listening experiences. Stream phone calls, music, and audiobooks directly to your ears for richer, more precise sound. They often come with smartphone apps for discreet volume adjustments and personalized settings. Plus, Bluetooth eliminates the need to hold devices close to your ear, granting you freedom of movement around the room while listening.

Hear-Better offers affordable Bluetooth hearing aids at some of the most competitive prices, ranging from $199 to $469 per device. While the hearing aids themselves are of great value, consider budgeting for additional accessories like cleaning supplies, drying kits, and replacement batteries to ensure the best performance and longevity of your hearing aids. These extras can add on to the overall cost, but Hear-Better provides a variety of options to fit your needs and budget.

Bluetooth hearing aids are generally user-friendly! Pairing them with devices often mimics connecting headphones. Many come with smartphone apps for discreet adjustments. While primary use is simple, programming for specific needs might require an audiologist's help. Here at Hear-Better, we can guide you through the process to ensure optimal benefit from your new Bluetooth hearing aids.

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