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Arkansas Hearing Aid Service Offers Bluetooth Hearing Aid Devices For Wireless Access To Televisions and Landline Phones

Arkansas residents with hearing loss can hear tv and phones with new Bluetooth wireless hearing aid solutions. This new technology improves the quality of life of those with hearing disabilities by allowing them access and communication in new ways.


2010-08-21
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR, August 21, 2010 (Press-News.org) A new system of innovative wireless connectivity solutions is enabling Arkansas people who suffer with hearing loss to experience more natural personal communication and more freedom with Bluetooth technology and devices.

"When wireless connectivity was first introduced, people with hearing loss, for the first time, were able to stream sound directly from cell phones to their hearing devices -- opening a world of easy communication that had previously been off limits for them," states Jerry Luker of Arkansas Hearing Aid Service in North Little Rock, Arkansas. "But there were limitations when it came to steaming sound from TVs and existing landline phones."

These limitations created a number of quality of life challenges for patients and their families. "I had adult children who were concerned that a hearing impaired parent's difficulty speaking on the phone made it impossible to check in on their health and safety during the day," says Jerry Luker. "I also found that a patient's need to turn the volume of the television so loud that it drove others out of the room was a recurring source of frustration for many families."

Now, new Oticon ConnectLine enables a simple, high fidelity connection to any TV or landline phone. The new "plug and play" ConnectLine TV Adaptor and ConnectLine Phone Adaptor optimize the Bluetooth wireless connectivity potential of the popular Dual and Epoq hearing solutions. With just the push of a button on the hearing instruments' Streamer companion device, the ConnectLine system connects wirelessly and seamlessly to TV and landline phones. Transitions between phone or TV functions are equally easy with just a touch of a button.

The small and attractive ConnectLine TV Adaptor connects to the audio output of any TV. It has a range of up to 30 feet and runs on its own power supply. Users enjoy high quality audio streaming through their hearing instruments - listening at their own preferred volume and without the delay experienced with off-the-shelf Bluetooth transmitters. There is no need to recharge the ConnectLine TV Adaptor and there are no additional gadgets or loop installations required. After an initial pairing with the Streamer device, the ConnectLine connects automatically whenever the Streamer is activated.

ConnectLine Phone Adaptor turns any landline phone into a cordless Bluetooth phone. The ConnectLine Phone Adaptor can be especially beneficial for seniors who want to continue using their current landline phone. Users simply press the phone button on the Streamer to pick-up or end the call. The ConnectLine Phone Adaptor does not interfere with the ability of other household members to use the landline phone as usual.

"ConnectLine Adaptors deliver excellent sound quality and are easy to use. There are no dropped connections and no need to pair again," notes Jerry Luker. "Because the adaptors work on their own power supply, there is no need to recharge."

For more information about hearing health, Bluetooth hearing aid devices and the new ConnectLine system, contact Jerry Luker at 501-758-1017 or visit Arkansas Hearing Aid Service.

Arkansas Hearing Aid Service in North Little Rock for more than 50 years. Phonak, Starkey, GN Resound, Audina, Oticon and more. Insurance & financial help available. Bluetooth hearing aid devices and ConnectLine by Oticon.

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[Press-News.org] Arkansas Hearing Aid Service Offers Bluetooth Hearing Aid Devices For Wireless Access To Televisions and Landline Phones
Arkansas residents with hearing loss can hear tv and phones with new Bluetooth wireless hearing aid solutions. This new technology improves the quality of life of those with hearing disabilities by allowing them access and communication in new ways.
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