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Auracast enabled hearing aids

The future of connectivity and assistive listening technology is here. AuracastTM broadcast audio transforms audio experiences with the latest Bluetooth® technology and Auracast enabled hearing aids.

What is Bluetooth LE Audio and Auracast?

Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) Audio is the next generation of Bluetooth wireless connectivity

You probably already use Bluetooth technology in your daily life, streaming music, TV audio or calls. The new Bluetooth LE Audio offers the clearest sound, lowest latency and lowest battery consumption for all-day streaming. In the next few years, it is expected there will be 3 billion Bluetooth LE Audio enabled devices including mobile devices, computers and TVs.1

Auracast broadcast audio gives great new possibilities to stream audio at public places

Auracast broadcast audio, the next generation of assistive listening technology, is being rolled out in public places globally and in everyday devices to transform audio experiences and make hearing inclusive. Join Auracast experiences near you with Auracast enabled hearing aids and compatible BTLEA devices.

Take a moment to watch the video below, in which Thomas Olsgaard, Principal Engineer at GN Group, explains the benefits of this breakthrough technology. Thomas is one of the original industry engineers who worked with Bluetooth SIG for many years to help develop the technology that now enables hearing aids to connect with Auracast.2 GN proudly brought to market the industry’s first hearing aid to connect to both Bluetooth LE Audio and Auracast broadcast audio.

Hearing & streaming benefits with Auracast enabled hearing aids

With hearing aids enabled for Auracast, you will be able to enjoy situations like these
as they become available!

Turn up the enjoyment
Tune into silent TVs in waiting rooms, airports, sports bars, and at the gym to make the experience more enjoyable.
Stay updated
Hear announcements from public address systems at airports, hospitals, arenas, places of worship, and more.
Join cultural experiences
Get all the facts on museum tours, at conference centers, and at tourist attractions – in your language.
Share moments
Invite others to share your audio experience and streams to create great new memories.
Connect easily
Connect to Auracast conveniently similar to how you would to any Bluetooth device under the Bluetooth menu or even scan a QR code.
Where to connect hearing aids to Auracast

2.5 million locations globally by 20301

Auracast will make the world more hearing friendly and accessible for everyone at places like conference centers, movie theaters, transportation centers, places of worship, restaurants and gyms.

How to connect hearing aids to Auracast

You can connect to Auracast in 3 ways

As available, connect the same way you would to any Bluetooth device under the Bluetooth menu, or scan a QR code, or push a physical button at the location.


Which devices can you use to connect?

As available, connect compatible mobile devices and computers with Auracast enabled hearing aids as you would any other Bluetooth enabled device.


Check device compatibility

Works with Auracast enabled hearing aids

Auracast enabled hearing aid accessories

Improve TV time with a TV-Streamer+
Hear your best, especially when life gets noisy at home. The TV-Streamer+ sends the sound from the TV directly to your hearing aids at the volume you prefer. Ready for Bluetooth Auracast, the TV-Streamer+ also allows an unlimited number of Auracast-enabled devices to listen to a broadcast stream.

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Future-proof connectivity

The first to connect with Auracast

Our latest hearing aids are made for Auracast, connect with Bluetooth LE Audio, are top-rated for hearing in noise, are available in small, comfortable styles for mild to profound hearing loss, and come in 100% recyclable packaging.

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Auracast and Bluetooth LE Audio technical explanations

Bluetooth LE Audio is the next generation and new standard of Bluetooth technology, offering the clearest sound, lowest latency and lowest battery consumption for all-day streaming.1

It was developed in collaboration with the Consumer Electronics industry and hearing aid manufacturers.

For more information, visit Bluetooth SIG.
Auracast is the next-generation Assistive Listening System (ALS). It can co-exist with other technologies, like telecoil. It has a broader transmission, is easy to install, and enables people to sit wherever they want to hear.

It will be available at public places including conferences, universities, schools, museums, restaurants, transportation, stores, movie theaters and more. It will make the world more hearing friendly and accessible for everyone. Users will be able to connect with compatible hearing aids or earbuds and a compatible mobile device.

For more information, visit Bluetooth SIG.
  1. Bluetooth SIG
  2. Hearing Tracker. Karl Strom and Matthew Allsop. 6 February 2024 - ReSound Nexia Hearing Aid Line Extended with New BTEs, Custom Rechargeables, and Auracast Innovations (

* Hands-free calls are compatible with iPhone 11 or later, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation), iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation), iPad Air (4th generation), iPad mini (6th generation), iPad (10th generation) or later, with software updates iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 or later. Hands-free calls are compatible with mobile devices with Bluetooth 5.3 or later.

**Two-way streaming is compatible with MacBook Pro introduced in 2021 or later, plus MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020), MacBook Air introduced in 2022 or later, plus MacBook Air (M1, 2020), iMac introduced in 2021 or later, Mac mini introduced in 2020 or later, Mac Studio introduced in 2022 or later, and Mac Pro introduced in 2023 with software updates macOS Sonoma 14 or later.

Are you a hearing care professional?

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