Does Sonic Trek offer wireless features?
Trek’s Dual-Radio System employs 2.4 GHz and NFMI wireless technology, so patients can stream audio directly to their hearing aids via their iPhone® without the need for a go-between intermediary device. It also incorporates Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI), providing fast ear-to-ear communication.
The SoundLink 2 App lets users control wireless operations like volume and program changes on an iPhone® or Android™ smartphone. Features include “Find my hearing aid”, links to instructions, battery life percentage indicators, and low battery notification. The app includes control for additional personalization and for patients who also experience Tinnitus, advanced Tinnitus SoundSupport in both technology levels. Trek can also connect to smart devices on the Internet of Things (IoT) through the app and the IFTTT (If This Then That) service.
What advantages does SoundClip-A provide to Trek users?
SoundClip-A connects Trek hearing aids through Bluetooth® to modern mobile phones and other audio devices. Patients can stream music and phone calls in both ears. SoundClip-A also doubles as a remote/partner microphone. Patients simply hand SoundClip-A to the speaker and enjoy better listening at a distance or in a noisy environment. Plus, this small and practical accessory acts as a remote control to adjust hearing aid volume and program changes.