Wireless technologies improve the hearing aid user’s ability to hear and understand speech on a land line or cellular phone, on television, when listening to mulitmedia (MP3, iPad, computer, stereo), in noise and at a distance.

Using Bluetooth technology or high frequency radio waves, information from other electronic devices is streamed wirelessly to the hearing aids.  You can think of it as the hearing aid user’s headphones, although there is nothing but the hearing aids at ear level.

Wireless technology is cutting edge, but very easy for the patient to use. UW-Milwaukee Audiology Group audiologists have expertly and successfully fit this technology on patients of all ages and levels of technical savvy.

Hearing Accessories

  • Custom ear molds for hearing aids, iPods, & MP3s
  • Water protection earplugs
  • Noise protection for musicians and sportsmen
  • Custom in-ear monitors for musicians
  • Premium batteries
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Amplified stethoscopes
  • Amplified telephones
  • Captioned telephones
  • Signaling and alerting devices

Wireless Hearing Technologies

  • Bluetooth streamers for cell phones and landline phones
  • Bluetooth streamers for connectivity to laptops, tablets, PCs, and other electronic devices
  • FM and DM assistive listening systems
  • Remote microphones
  • TV streamers