We still have a landline at home (I know, dont ask me why). FIrst I look at caller I’D to see if it is really someone I have to talk to. Then I look around to see if there is any way my wife can get it.
Then, if I have to get it, I set my hearing aids for Phone program and answer it. The Phone program makes the Mic hotter and transfers the speech to the other ear, so I get it in both ears.
Mine are the Costco Phonak but the KS8 do the same thing.
I also have the Phonak Compilot 2 Bluetooth device and at work my phone has a Plantronics MDA200 with a Bluetooth dongle plugged into it, and I take work calls hands free like I had headphones. All our meetings are Webex now so I’m using this setup several hours a day, and I can hear everything.
The KS8 has a Bluetooth device but it only connects to one device at a time so when you get to work you will have to turn Bluetooth off on your cell phone. The KS8 works fine and the Bluetooth device works well. It’s just that I’m used to having multiple devices active.