Big deal! The HA’s are still effectively connected with two devices at the same time - that’s why I noted in my original comment:
I should imagine the Paradise connection is superior, being direct, the latency ought to be lower, but for many uses, the latency, once streaming gets started, won’t matter very much. I don’t notice latency much in phone conversations and for me it’s ~irrelevant in listening to audio podcasts. Latency for me is most apparent when using anything involving video and I remember latency showing up mainly as a delay for audio getting started when video gets started but thereafter I don’t remember noticing a big problem in lip synch.
So functionally, there’s at least one other hearing aid brand that offers “More than one Bluetooth Connectivity” to a variety of its HA models, some of them several years old. Perhaps there are devices available from Phonak, which like the PC+, effectively allow Phonak HA’s older than the Paradise to be effectively connected to more than one device at a time. IMHO, that might be a more productive direction for the thread to go than quibbling, “But ReSound’s multiple connections, although they exist, aren’t direct!” And when you have to spend upwards toward $7K for some of the HA’s were talking about, using an accessory for multiple connectivity is hardly the end of the world when some people carry around Roger Selects, Multi Mics, etc., with them all the time for other reasons. Maybe some folks don’t need a remote mic but wouldn’t mind carrying around a very small accessory that gives them multiple simultaneous connectivity with two devices (pairable with up to 8 devices).