Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
With Your Cochlear Implant
Simple Connectivity. Great Flexibility.
Enjoy connecting to the media you love—wirelessly. MED-EL cochlear implant audio processors, such as RONDO 2, SONNET, RONDO, and OPUS 2, are designed to connect to Bluetooth devices via featherlight, easy-to-use neckloops. Whether it’s listening to the music you love, watching your favorite TV show or chatting to friends on the phone, a Bluetooth neckloop can make your listening experience even better.
Connectivity Made Simple
Using a Bluetooth neckloop with a cochlear implant has many advantages—they’re versatile, easy to use, and affordable.
One device for all
There’s no need to change devices when switching between media sources such as your phone and TV. A Bluetooth neckloop can connect to any device with Bluetooth capabilities giving you true freedom.
Ease of use
Connecting to a Bluetooth neckloop couldn’t be easier. Your Bluetooth device will have its own connecting instructions that will pair the neckloop in a few easy steps.
A Bluetooth neckloop uses the most energy-efficient means of streaming sound. This means the battery drain on your audio processor is kept to the absolute minimum, letting you enjoy hearing for longer.
Why pay for multiple devices when one can do it all? Bluetooth neckloops can connect to any Bluetooth enabled device, offering versatility and saving you money at the same time.
Connecting to a Bluetooth Neckloop
There are many Bluetooth neckloops to choose from. Below we show you how easy it is to connect to your phone with the Artone 3 Max.
Press and hold the center button until the blue and red LED indicators start flashing.
Go to your Bluetooth settings on your smartphone, activate the search function, and select the Artone 3 Max.
Select a telecoil option on your FineTuner Remote Control and enjoy wireless freedom with your MED-EL cochlear implant.