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Saab88
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Can hearing aids be paired to a computer? I have a HP Envy Laptop.

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 Simple question.

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WAWood
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@Saab88 

It may be a simple question -- but it's not a simple answer.

 

If your laptop has bluetooth built in then they should pair without issues.  But I have found BT pairing to be far more difficult than is should be.  I had to go through two different mice, each being BT, until I could get one of them to pair.

 

Each device is its own challenge -- so you need to contact the vendor of the hearing aid to find out what they recommend.



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