So I’ve recently gotten some bluetooth-compatible hearing aids for the first time. I’ve found bluetooth very helpful with my phone.
Then I tried hooking up a bluetooth transmitter to my TV (I’m using the TosBlue II transmitter since it can connect to an optical out). I found that the sound I was getting in my hearing aids was quite a bit behind the TV, such that the voices did not match up with the picture. This is very distracting to me as I am conditioned to do a lot of lip reading.
The problem was even worse when the TV speaker was on (so my wife could watch TV too). The bluetooth is behind the TV sound so there’s an echo effect that is basically unworkable.
I did a search of past forums here and found a bunch of threads about this from 3-4 years ago. What I’m wondering is whether anyone has figured out how to fix this issue, or is it something that simply can’t be fixed? If it can’t be fixed then why are all these new hearing aids promoting their ability to hook up to a TV via bluetooth?
Any help would be much appreciated.