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Mary Beth

Direct streaming through app or AudioLink

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Lots of discussions going on about whether the Sonnet 2 can directly stream audio from phones through an app or only streams audio through the AudioLink (like Sonnet 1).

Med-El says the AudioKey app communicates directly with Sonnet 2 unlike Sonnet 1 which goes through the AudioLink.  Sonnet 2 has a BT connection.

So far Med-El is advertising the Sonnet 2 as streaming audio through the AudioLink.

The Med-El info on the FCC site mentions direct streaming for Sonnet 2.  Maybe that will be in its future.

Exciting times for Med-El users.

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19 hours ago, Mary Beth said:

Lots of discussions going on about whether the Sonnet 2 can directly stream audio from phones through an app or only streams audio through the AudioLink (like Sonnet 1).

Med-El says the AudioKey app communicates directly with Sonnet 2 unlike Sonnet 1 which goes through the AudioLink.  Sonnet 2 has a BT connection.

So far Med-El is advertising the Sonnet 2 as streaming audio through the AudioLink.

The Med-El info on the FCC site mentions direct streaming for Sonnet 2.  Maybe that will be in its future.

Exciting times for Med-El users

What It doesn't make much sense under my point if view is not allowing direct connectivity from the very beggining if sonnet 2 has the capability. 

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BT technology was introduced in 1998 bu we still go after 3rd party gear or MFI brands. It should be mandatory in any hearing device in 2019 so that's one big step for our community. Now, fingers crossed for Rondo 3 :) 

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