Hearing Aid Accessories & Assistive Listening Devices in Saskatoon

If you want to get the most out of your hearing aids, it’s a good idea to look into the variety of hearing aid accessories and assistive listening devices we carry. They are made to fulfill secondary purposes that can complement your hearing aid’s functionality, or to help improve your hearing in specific situations.


There are a wide range of accessories made by the same manufacturers to improve your experience with your hearing aids. They can either help you look after your hearing aids, clean them, or make it more convenient to carry or store them safely. Here is a list of some accessories you might be interested in:

Hearing aid phone streaming device

You can also get streaming devices and phone amplifiers to make it easier to have conversations over the phone. It can be difficult to use telephones — both landlines and mobile phones — with a hearing aid. Streaming devices such as the Widex Phone Dex allow you to send the audio from calls directly to your hearing aids, making the quality and clarity much easier to hear.

Have any questions about what accessories we have available? Have a problem with your current accessory or assistive listening device? Contact us today! We’re standing by and ready to help you however we can.

TV hearing aid devices

Are your family and friends tired of you having the TV at max volume? Even with hearing aids, you can make it much easier to listen to your favourite show with a hearing aid TV streamer. The latest and most advanced hearing aids may have a direct Bluetooth connection to smart TVs so you can stream the sound to your hearing aid. Alternatively, you can get a device that connects to a TV and then streams the sound to your ears.

The Widex TV dex is made to work specifically with Widex hearing aids, while the Signia StreamLine TV device does the same for their hearing aids.

Bluetooth hearing aid streamers

Bluetooth assistive listening devices and devices for hearing aids are meant to stream sound directly to your hearing aids. These are becoming much more popular with the rise of smartphones, like the iPhone and Android phones. With Bluetooth connectivity, you can connect your hearing aids directly to them to stream sounds from phone conversations, music, or videos you are watching.

There are more and more devices that allow Bluetooth connections, such as televisions with a hearing aid Bluetooth TV adapter. You can expect the list of ways you can use Bluetooth sound streaming with your hearing aids to grow in the future.

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