wear hearing aids. What is the best headphone to use with the new i pad?

  • Asked by Roger M from Sanford
  • Apr 23, 2012
Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic

Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic

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2 Answers from the Community

  • Bowers and WIlkins P5. They give off a true and pure sound. It is a pretty steep price to pay, but you are getting premium materials such as sheepskin and aluminum. It has a very subtle, sophisticated, elegant, and executive looking style to it.

    • Answered by Jordan L from Concord
    • Nov 29, 2012
  • Check if your hearing aids have any sort of hearing loop or electrical audio connection. You maybe able to link them directly to the device, providing better audio quality and a simpler more reliable system less prone to feedback and other annoyances. Apple's accessibility for iPods page suggests a product called TecEar Music Link for hearing aids supporting T-coil inductive loops, which are available in mono and stereo varieties. All iPod and iPhone headphones and headsets are fully compatible with all versions of iPad.

    • Answered by Jenna F from Newtown
    • Nov 23, 2012