I have typical old age hearing loss (dropping severely after 3 KHz) which means I don’t distinguish consonants well. My NHS Kinnect made-for-iphone HAs work well for speech but are rubbish for music, and though one can stream onto them from IOS devices, one cannot from normal Bluetooth as on a PC or Mac. I have loads of video conferences at present, which don’t connect to my HAs unless I use a iPhone or iPad, which are not the best for meetings.
After various failures in finding a way to stream audio to the HAs, I abandoned them for meetings and tried out a set of Nuraloop in-ear buds. These make some self-measured compensation for hearing loss but are not touted as HA replacements. However, they have been very good for Zoom, Google and Teams meetings. They are not quite as good as the HAs for speech in the open, eg watching TV with no streaming connection, but very satisfactory for meetings, where people are usually making a bit more effort to speak clearly and one at a time, and Bluetooth delivers the sound direct to the ears. In fact they are a great improvement on large meetings, where even with HAs it is hard to distinguish what someone is saying on the other side of the room! They are comfortable to wear and don’t fall out, as conventional buds do on me. And of course they are excellent for music.
I hope this may help others facing the same questions. They do a 30 day trial, so there is no risk, and I am definitely keeping mine.