Oticon's Streamer is a Bluetooth device that serves as a gateway between your hearing instruments and electronic devices such as Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones or external audio sources. The audio signal is picked up by the Streamer, and streamed directly into the hearing instruments. In addition to enjoying hands-free binaural connection to phones, you will be able to connect to TVs, PCs, mp3 players and car navigation systems.
Streamer Wireless Technologies
The hearing instruments will only accept audio streaming from the Streamer to which they are linked. Pairing of the Streamer to your hearing instruments has to be done by your Hearing Care Professional.
Streamer Range: Streaming audio - 0.5 meter (20 inches). Remote volume control or on stand-by for receiving calls - up to 1 meter.
Bluetooth range: 10 meters (30 feet) in open space. Pairing is done via the mobile phone
Bluetooth technology connects Streamer with Bluetooth devices. Linking (pairing) to a Bluetooth device is done via the device. If you or your client have any questions regarding audio streaming to/from an electronic media, you should be able to find the answer in our Frequently Asked Questions section.
If you need help in determining whether a mobile phone supports Bluetooth, visit our Pairing Guide. The guide also provides information about expected compatibility and step-by-step instructions on how to pair the Streamer to a large number of popular mobile phones.
Please note: The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas.
Oticon Streamer Pairing Guide