Are you connecting more and more to your family and friends using Zoom or other video conferencing apps or software? Perhaps you didn’t know that if you wear hearing aids, you can improve communication by streaming the sound to your hearing aids. We can explain how.
Connecting Oticon Opn® hearing aids with video conferencing using Apple® products
If you are using an iPhone® or iPad®, it is relatively straightforward. Once you have paired your Oticon hearing aids to your iPhone or iPad, the sound will stream automatically from Zoom or any other video conference software.
This video shows how to connect your hearing aids to use a Skype call (the concept is the same for Zoom):
Streaming sound from video conference software with Android™ cell phones
In order to connect your Oticon hearing aids with Zoom on an Android, you need to start with connecting to ConnectClip. Once connected, the sound will stream automatically. In fact, ConnectClip can connect people in many ways.
Streaming video-conference sound from other products
Finally, if you wear Opn hearing aids and are connecting to Zoom or other video-conferencing programs and not using an iPhone, iPad or Android cell phone, you will need to use a BT800 Dongle and the ConnectClip.
Using self-help guides to get the most out of ConnectClip
Hearing aids can work with a variety of apps and accessories so you can link them to a broad array of devices. To learn more on how to connect your hearing aids to apps, accessories like ConnectClip, and even your smartphone, check out HearingLife's self-help guides and videos.
Can your hearing aids use a little extra help?
For more information on how accessories can make a difference to your hearing health, contact HearingLife today. We'll invite you for a no-obligation demonstration. You can also get help by phone. Call (844) 836-5003 to get started.
Have more questions? We are here to help you hear on conference calls!
For more questions, please contact our OnDemand team by calling 844-836-5003. Our experts can walk your through your technical issues so you can get the most out of your hearing aids and stay connected with your loved ones.
Need more help? We have a ton of resources for you to troubleshoot technical questions at home through our online self-help guides.