Phonak TV Connector

This device features an optical in digital connector and allows low power stereo Streaming from your television to Phonak’s Direct and Marvel Range. One connector can be paired simultaneously to several pairs of hearing aids. It uses Phonak’s proprietary Airstream technology, so results in less battery drain on the hearing aids compared to a Bluetooth

TV Streamer

Hansaton’s TV streaming device. Plugged into the television to transmit the sound to the hearing aids. Requires an uStream or uDirect3 in order to work.

TV Streamer (TV-Dex)

Designed to enable wireless streaming between the hearing aids and televisions, or other non-bluetooth audio sources. Provides up to ten hours streaming on a single charge. “The Widex TV-DEX is a good option for those who have difficulties hearing the television (even with their hearing aids). It is especially useful for helping individuals whose televisions

Mobile Phone Streamer (Call-Dex)

Widex’s discrete and simple device for streaming phone conversation directly to the hearing aids. No pairing required. Plugs into the audio jack of the mobile phone and automatically connects when the phone is held up to the hearing aids. “The Call-Dex is a new release from Widex that helps those who want to hear better

Bluetooth Streamer (EasyTek)

The easyTek is worn around the neck and pairs to Bluetooth devices (e.g. mobile phones and compatible Siemens accessories). This allows the sound from these devices to stream to the hearing aids. Price: $450

TV Streamer (uTV3)

Unitron’s TV streaming device. Plugged into the television to transmit the sound to the hearing aids. Requires an uStream or uDirect3 in order to work.

Bluetooth Streamer (uDirect 3)

Unitron’s standard Bluetooth intermediary device. Pairs to Bluetooth devices (e.g. mobile phones, music players) to then allow the sound from these devices to stream to the hearing aids. The uDirect3 boasts up to 24 hours of streaming time. Price: $300

Bluetooth Streamer (uStream)

Unitron’s miniature Bluetooth intermediary. Pairs to Bluetooth devices (e.g. mobile phones, music players) to then allow the sound from these devices to stream to the hearing aids. The uStream boasts up to four hours of streaming time. Price: $375

TV Streamer (Surflink Media)

Starkey’s TV streaming device. Plugged into the television, or other audio sources, to transmit the sound to the hearing aids.
Starkey’s Bluetooth intermediary and remote microphone. Pairs to Bluetooth devices (e.g. mobile phones, music players) to then allow the sound from these devices to stream to the hearing aids. Also has a microphone so it can be placed away from the hearing aid user and sound picked up can be transmitted back to the hearing